There’s a good and bad wolf inside our brains. Here are 5 common ways we self-sabotage at work (and feed the bad wolf).
We often don’t realise the symptoms that our stress is leading to burnout. These are the five stages you need to know.
I meet all kinds of people in my work, all kinds of individuals who have chosen coaching for different reasons, but who often are experiencing the same underlying feelings. Sadly for many, it is that they no longer experience the joy of life.
Not long ago, I would have described myself as someone who was unhappy until I discovered the simple concept that I now work with my clients on.
Being bored is good for you! Try it sometime…
It's easy to believe that burnout is something other people experience; we think to ourselves that it's the high flyers, the workaholics, but for me? Oh definitely can't be me. Learn to recognise the symptoms so you can stop burnout before it hits.
There's no doubt that life ebbs and flows, everybody has experienced the roller-coaster of what it means to be alive. When you're up, you feel untouchable, so far away from your problems. Yet for many who reach this point of happiness, there is a niggling worry. A worry that any minute things will crash.
Do you find yourself dreaming of being your own boss or starting up a side gig? For more and more people this is becoming a reality. Yet for others, starting a side hustle or a new hobby is just another dream. When clients come to me looking to start a new venture, I take them through a process. We begin by exploring what the possibilities are. They tell me they are looking for something creative. Something where they are in charge, where they are not answerable to someone else.
Here are the key signs that your career is becoming stagnant.
I often work with people who are struggling to ask for what they really want or don’t know how to get it. It's a common problem and often people don't realise why. This is because it’s not about whether or not you are a bad communicator, it's about learning to be an effective communicator.