Have you come back from your summer holiday feeling like this? You were probably already feeling demotivated, confused, and unheard
Here are 10 reasons why you may be feeling this way and 10 do-able suggestions. 1. You are not showing up daily with the highest possible level of energy, and if we measured your energetic profile, it may be revealingly low.
Establishing boundaries is necessary for physical and emotional safety as well as healthy relationships
What can happen is that when you have few or very weak boundaries, you develop the amazing talent of self-denial and then compliance plays games with your self-respect and the respect that others have for you.
If asked the question, “What was your greatest pain?” or conversely “What was your greatest love?” What would you say?
Both questions could mean the same thing when you are looking at pain positively and as some sort of gift. Have you ever dug deep and asked yourself about your childhood or queried who you are today?
Fearing abandonment in adult life
This common but penetrable fear is one that is close to my heart and that of many others I come across. I was brought up with one parent in one country and one in another and although they adored each other and spent intermittent quality time together, they lived much of their lives apart.
Extroverts make more successful Leaders
How do you prefer to recharge you exhausted energy? By relaxing quietly by yourself or interacting with a group of friends? ooking at how you recharge or adversely deplete your ‘energy’ only begins to explain the difference between Introversion and Extroversion preferences.
Do your intentions dissipate into inaction?
“Obstacles can’t stop you. Problems can’t stop you. Most important of all, other people can’t stop you. Only you can stop you!” There was a time when I would become irritated when I read something like this, but the reality is that it’s true. I was hearing much relief about 2020 being behind us.
Relationships, whether they be private or professional are the source of considerable stress, but they are also our most powerful source of personal learning and development. Relationships make the most profound catalyst for insight and growth. On a spiritual or religious plane we are all one but on a physical plane.
Calming anxiety is easier said than done and putting your own mask on first can be even harder
Anxiety appears in several guises and with varied symptoms. It can affect you both physically and mentally and show up in how you behave. However, it’s not always obvious when anxiety is the cause of how you may be behaving differently.
Abusive relationships can play a dangerous part in our work relations and particular in a team environment. How do you deal with a bad apple in the cart i.e. a difficult member in a team that seems to be focussed on ruining your image, your reputation, and your good will? One of the most common […]
The power of silence
One of the new ICF’s (International Coaching Federation) coaching competencies is – ‘Embody a Coaching Mindset’ and something came up for me whilst coaching one of my clients this week (let’s call him Simon). I’d like to share this experience: Simon had been talking for some time on a subject that he had said he […]