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When a person does not feel it is safe to authentically express themselves, the psychological impact is negative. And the cumulative pressure of an ongoing requirement to act happy often leads to unexpected and unhealthy outbursts of emotion, sometimes in totally unrelated situations.
There are political, economic and social shifts which leaders can keep an eye on. There are movements within industries. There are changes within the organization itself. All of these factors can create anxiety and uncertainty within the team.
Failure can be a great teacher, but only if you process it. Here are seven steps for dealing with failure and moving on in a productive way.
Perhaps it is time to consider a side hustle. This is widely thought of as ‘something millennials do’, but I’ve never been a fan of generational typing. Anyone can benefit from a side hustle and the many advantages it offers. But such a commitment also comes with often-unseen risks.
Any person beginning a coaching journey is in search of change, and great change doesn’t come without new insight. But there are different levels of insight. In this week’s Learn article we examine Jung’s archetypes and the powerful unconscious influence they exert of our lives.
We seldom think about our breathing. This is principally because we don’t need to. Along with heartbeats, digestion, blinking and a miscellany of other useful autopilot functions, breathing is controlled by our autonomic nervous system. It just happens; that’s why babies can do it. Why is it, though, that babies do it better than most adults? What do I even mean by better?