The Mindful Workweek: How to Keep Moving in the Right Direction Posted on 25 Mar 22:43 , 0 comments
Disclaimer: I can be very direct sometimes.
Sometimes I will be working with clients who are self-sabotaging themselves and their career due to fear and I pull them up on it.
We then work out how to move past their fear, and replace their unproductive habits with productive habits.
Other times I've helped leaders who feel paralysed by stress and won’t or can't make critical decisions.
Together, we identify why this happens, and agree to a new decision making framework to make efficient and effective decisions.
It’s important to have someone you trust who will challenge you on your behaviours.
That’s what a great coach can do for you.
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A coach helps you move forward.
If you’re not moving forward you’re moving backwards.
SN Goenka used to say we are always moving in one of four potential directions:
1. Some of us are moving from darkness to light.
We understand we've been living in fear, or prioritising the wrong things, and have started to realise there is a better way to live.
If this is you, keep going. Keep putting one foot forward after the other and keep your focus on what’s important.
2. Some of us are moving from light to light.
We are focused on what’s important, and continue to experiment with improvements we can make in our life. We keep our minds, bodies and actions positive for our own good, the benefit of our work, families and communities.
If this is you, keep going. Inspire others and celebrate your victories.
3. Some of us are moving from light to darkness.
We may have experienced success, but for various reasons we have lost our way. Perhaps we rested on our laurels, we got lazy, or more often than not, we became fearful and our ego caused us to lose focus on what’s truly important.
If this is you, it’s time to bounce back. Pause, speak with your coach, mentors, trusted advisers and friends, and bring your focus back to what’s important.
4. Finally, some of us constantly move from darkness to darkness.
We are constantly living in fear, focusing on the wrong things, and repeating the same unproductive behaviours. Our careers are on a downward trajectory.
If this is you, take heart. We’ve all been there, and there are people and resources around to help you.
Ask for the help you need. Think about creating a team to support you. Talk to your manager, engage a coach, or seek out mentoring. Build up your personal support network outside of work, and spend more time with loved ones to re-calibrate. If necessary, talk to your doctor about anxiety and/or depression.
It takes courage to ask for help, but when you do, it’s overwhelming to hear how many people have experienced the same issues as you.
I feel honoured to do the work I do because I often have clients coming to me when they’re feeling out of control both personally and professionally.
Together, we identify ways they can be more efficient and effective with their time. Most of all, we talk about how they can prioritise their happiness, which is incredibly important as happiness leads to success.
We teach you the habits and strategies to help you improve your productivity and happiness at work.
We are running our Online Program again in April, which helps you identify the best habits to focus on so you stop wasting time, start focusing on the right things, maintain balance in your life and achieve great results.
So now you have nearly read this all the way to the end…are you ready to change your life?
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Some of you may be taking a break over the Easter period, and spending time with or thinking about family and friends. What better way to reflect upon the value of time?
You can either attend the webinar in person, or receive a recording to view at your convenience, with workbooks, diagnostic tools and online support to help you along with way.
If online learning doesn’t appeal, consider signing up for a one-on-one program, or email me about working with your team.
I look forward to having you join the program and can’t wait to hear about your success.
Keep moving forward. I believe in you
Director, Pac Executive Coaching