You know how this goes, we all do it, yes, you do it too, you use the word "but" without thinking, when you really mean “and”.
I’ve immersed myself in the literature of positive psychology as well as attended conferences sponsored by Harvard Medical School and The Mind Body Institute on Resiliency to learn more about how I can use my coaching to help clients more consistently be their best selves both professionally and personally.
Being stuck is a real thing and we’ve all experienced it. And it’s not fun. Getting unstuck can happen on its own with time, and/or by employing some useful strategies.
Who said uncertainty is bad? Since when did the “unknown” get such a bad rap as being something to dread and run away from? Uncertainty and the unknown are just as they sound. Not certain, not known. The thing in question could go either way. We just don’t know. So, why not imagine that it works out?
I spend a lot of time with my clients helping them create more balance in their lives. And of course I work on it myself as well. Let me revise that.
Gremlin is the name given by Rick Carson to describe the image behind that voice we’ve all heard, especially as we’re on the cusp of a new challenge or change, that tells us we can’t, it’s too scary, we’re not good enough and “everyone” is about to figure us out. As Rick teaches, we never get rid of the gremlin(s) entirely, we just tame them.
The strengths movement tells us that when we know our strengths, find opportunities to use and grow our strengths we're 6 times more likely to be satisfied in life.