I wrote my first article on LinkedIn this week on the advice of a coach. First of all I struggled to come up with a topic. After all this was my first post on this platform. Surely it should be highly professional, well-researched, extremely well written and invulnerable to any criticism or negative comment in …
Do you ever feel stuck? Life doesn’t always respond well to trying to think our way out of a feeling or challenge. We have a tendency to overuse our thinking minds in the hope that we can somehow “think-fix” a worry or uncomfortable feeling. There’s a much more effective approach that helps us release from the racing thoughts and allows us to access our peace and freedom.
It seems like there are countless reasons to be worried or unhappy with the way things are and it is stressful and exhausting. There is another perspective that offers more freedom and ease and it’s accessible to anyone. In this post you’ll learn how to stop worrying about stuff you can’t change and take a path to more freedom and less stress.
Fear of failure can keep us in the starting blocks of your potential. An opportunity that seems exciting at first will be relegated to the “Too Hard”/”Nor For Me” pile when we let fear dictate the direction of our lives. If you’re tired of shying away from those scary/exciting opportunities in life, this post is for you!
Comparing ourselves to others can bring up a lot of discomfort. Although at times we can feel inspired to strive harder and higher when we hear of another’s success, often it can trigger feelings of harsh self-judgement, anxiety, self-doubt and sadness. Learn how to shift your mindset to avoid the comparison trap.
Impostor Syndrome is that feeling that you don’t belong, that you’ve somehow managed to pull the wool over everyone’s eyes and attain a position that you don’t deserve. It’s a fear story that’s prevalent and costly and this post looks at why we experience it and how to respond so it doesn’t get in our way.
The mind loves certainty and coherence so when you’re feeling stuck and don’t have the answer to something it can feel very uncomfortable. Beware though that you don’t barter away your authentic path in life in exchange for the certainty of life goals that are really nothing more than an extension of a people pleasing habit…The immediate discomfort of the uncertainty may recede but it will be replaced over time with the gnawing pain of regret.