Startup Instinct

You Are a Millionaire | Douglas P. Pflug | IronWill 360 | Guelph Police Service | I

May 22, 2020 Zaeem Rehman / Douglas P. Pflug Season 1 Episode 12
Startup Instinct
You Are a Millionaire | Douglas P. Pflug | IronWill 360 | Guelph Police Service | I
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Startup Instinct
You Are a Millionaire | Douglas P. Pflug | IronWill 360 | Guelph Police Service | I
May 22, 2020 Season 1 Episode 12
Zaeem Rehman / Douglas P. Pflug

In this episode, we talk about mental health, crisis management, and living a meaningful life driven by a sense of purpose. Our guest for today is Douglas P. Pflug, a retired police sergeant who served in the Guelph Police Service for 28 years. Douglas is also the Founder of Ironwill 360, helping people live life to the fullest and meet their personal goals through coaching and content across multiple platforms. We discuss one of the most important teachings of law enforcement — the necessity to create calm out of a chaotic situation. Sometimes when one feels stumped by life, it can be useful to step back, assess and reflect. Perhaps whatever hindrance one has been confronted with may not be as limiting as it once appeared. In addition, Doug expresses appreciation for Canadian law enforcement personnel in continuing to serve and protect communities during these troubling times, as the COVID-19 pandemic has altered life for many. Lastly, we discuss the importance of recognizing that the overconsumption of negative information can be harmful for mental health. We draw upon the idea that being mindful of the content one consumes or seeking to consume positive content can be beneficial to one’s sense of wellbeing, especially as we navigate an unprecedented event. Thanks for listening



Show Notes

In this episode, we talk about mental health, crisis management, and living a meaningful life driven by a sense of purpose. Our guest for today is Douglas P. Pflug, a retired police sergeant who served in the Guelph Police Service for 28 years. Douglas is also the Founder of Ironwill 360, helping people live life to the fullest and meet their personal goals through coaching and content across multiple platforms. We discuss one of the most important teachings of law enforcement — the necessity to create calm out of a chaotic situation. Sometimes when one feels stumped by life, it can be useful to step back, assess and reflect. Perhaps whatever hindrance one has been confronted with may not be as limiting as it once appeared. In addition, Doug expresses appreciation for Canadian law enforcement personnel in continuing to serve and protect communities during these troubling times, as the COVID-19 pandemic has altered life for many. Lastly, we discuss the importance of recognizing that the overconsumption of negative information can be harmful for mental health. We draw upon the idea that being mindful of the content one consumes or seeking to consume positive content can be beneficial to one’s sense of wellbeing, especially as we navigate an unprecedented event. Thanks for listening