How to Overcome the Winter Blues

John O’Leary shares his expertise on overcoming adversity and how to live inspired with more than 50,000 people at more than 120 live events each year around the world. In 2006, he was inducted into the Energizer “Keep Going” Hall of Fame. He was selected as Saint Louis University young alumni of the year in 2008, was voted “Speaker of the Year” for Vistage International, and was recently chosen as one of the Top Ten “Most Interesting People” in Saint Louis, Missouri. He is also a lifestyle contributor for ParadeMagazine.com and Huffington Post. He considers his greatest success to be his marriage to Beth, their four young children, and his relationships with friends and family.

Winter BluesRichard Rohr reminds us, “Faith is remembering in the darkness what we have seen in the light.”

This time of year there is a lot more darkness than light. We leave for work or school and it’s dark. We come home from work or school and it’s dark. We have the weekends off. But it’s cloudy and cold.

It is really important for our mental health and life—as we move further from the holidays and spring seems impossibly far into the distance—that we remember what we’ve seen in the light. Watch my video below and take my challenge to experience the “light” today. The best is yet to come.

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