Don’t you wish you had more money? Well, it all starts with assessing and improving your money mindset, and addressing the glass walls in your mind created by your limiting thoughts about money..
Permissiveness is this treacherous feeling that maskerades as confidence. It’s when you feel certain that you’ll reach your goal, but… in the future. No action needed today.
What if your unpleasant feelings in relationships were caused by the half-conscious expectations you have on other people? Let’s explore this possibility today with a powerful tool from The Life Coach School’s arsenal.
You know that your feelings are created by your thoughts; yet it’s difficult to implement in practice. This is why today we’re looking in details at emotional responsibility so you can reclaim control of the way you feel in any situation.
“I should” is an expression that creates a lot of damage in our life. In today’s episode, we unpack what should actually stands for and what to replace it for to create powerful incentive for action.
The way you describe your situation has a major impact on the range of responses available to you. Today we look at how you involuntarily trigger yourself into powerlessness when you use “false” feelings.
Victim mentality is sneaky. You can be a strong, capable, independent person, never identify with being a victim, and still be in victim mentality. Victim mentality makes you give away all of your power. If you ever feel frustrated, resentful, bitter, righteous, powerless or afraid: there’s a good possibility that you’re in victim mentality.
I don’t know about you, but I like to keep my options open. Committing to a particular activity on the weekend for example has always felt like a burden on my free time. Until I noticed how not putting any constraint on myself actually resulted in the biggest limitations.
Winning the lottery, being diagnosed with cancer, learning amazing tools at 20 or at 40… Is it really possible to feel good in all of these circumstances? Let’s have a look at what I mean by “circumstances are neutral” and by finding a better thought to think in each situation.
This decision that you keep on revisiting… Don’t you wish you had made a better one? On today’s episode, we investigate what makes a bad decision; and the secret trick to never taking a bad decision again.
Have you ever wished that you had a mentor to show you the ropes, up-level your thinking, have your back and curate great opportunities for your career? And have you ever met that person? Pwa pwa pwa pwaaaaaaaa… Well, have I good news for you: I have the perfect system for you to identify the best mentor you could possibly dream of. He or she has a lot of experience in exactly your area, and is extremely invested in your success. You can thank me later.
You've made some progress towards you goal, when suddenly you hit a patch where nothing seems to work. This is where most people give up. Knowing how to get across that zone is the key difference between successful people and those who give up on their dreams.
Maybe you’ve heard of people who overthink everything, and you don’t relate at all. In that case, there’s a high chance that you do the active equivalent: doing tons of stuff, but none in the direction of that one task you should actually be doing.
A key skill to change your mindset is to be good at brainstorming new ways to see your situation. Most people get brainstorming wrong, way wrong. Listen to hear my tips on how to efficiently brainstorm and solve your, or your company’s, challenges.
Failure is really uncomfortable for most of us. Yet, it’s easy to understand that being open for the possibility of failing is the best way to test stuff and figure out what works. In today’s episode, I teach you how to embrace failure in a way that even me can manage it 😉
You’ve set a goal for 2022, and you have a rough idea of what you need to do to reach it. That’ll be good enough to implement, you think. Famous last words... In this series of 5 episodes, I show you how to work on your goal in a way that makes it so much more likely that you reach it. Today, we’re looking at how to create an action plan that actually helps.
You might hesitate to set a goal for 2022? After all, you have the bad habit of giving up, procrastinating or sabotaging your goals. Not on my watch! In this series of 5 episodes, I’m going to show you how to set goals in a way that HELPS you reach it. Today, we’re looking at what goal to pick when nothing seems enticing enough.
You’re probably not like me. You’ve NEVER scrolled through LinkedIn and made all the titles and career progressions mean that your career is not advanced enough. You’ve certainly never thought “at my age, I should already be VP of this / started my company”. But in the unlikely even you’ve ever compared yourself and felt disappointed, you will enjoy this episode.
“Every cloud has its silver lining.” Sounds so positive, so empowering, doesn’t it? Makes you want to swallow your tears, adjust your shirt and walk with confidence towards the future? Or, actually, it doesn’t. Trying to absolutely look at what’s good and ok in a tough situation is the best way to get stuck in unwanted feelings; today’s episode explains why.
Have you ever agonized over a decision? You find merits or problems to all options, you can’t find convincing input for either side, you second-guess yourself, you worry that you might regret your decision, you let time decide for you... And once you’ve decided, you find all the reasons to regret your move. One thing you can be sure you won’t regret is listening to this episode.
I’ll start tomorrow! I will do exactly like this, I’ll do all the steps, I’ll stick to it perfectly this time, and it will feel great. If you tend to make grandiose plans to feel better when you’re not happy with yourself, you’re a perfectionist. Don’t worry, there’s a way out.
Ever been in that situation when everyone tells you you’re doing great but you’re certain that any minute now, you’re going to get found out? You're plagued with self-doubt, you second-guess everything you do? That’s imposter’s syndrome, baby. And I’ve got the cure.
Don’t you wish you could stop procrastinating? Do the things you’ve decided to do, when you’ve decided to do them – and not “inspired” by the panic of the last minute? Then this episode is for you.
You’re stressed. You’re overworked. And you just snapped at someone you actually like. How to put an end to this unwanted behavior that creates a lot of shame?
Let’s look at time from a different angle than what you’re used to, and show you how to create time where it currently goes to waste.
Today we bring it all together and go over the protocol to apply in difficult situations. You’ll immediately start to see the issue in a different light.
Applying a new method when you’re overwhelmed by an intense feeling like stress or anger is almost impossible. Here is what you can do to quickly get back to calm and alignment to think clearly again.
The brain is built to answer questions. A fantastic way to create great thoughts that you already believe is to ask yourself great questions.
What to do when you feel like crap? View your situation from a different angle. This episode walks you through the steps of how to actually do that.
Your brain uses a model of reality to best adap your behavior to what’s likely to happen next. Your beliefs structure that model. In this episode, we discuss how to assess what those beliefs are – and what to do when they don’t serve you.
In this episode and the next few, discover the powerful analysis frame to solve any problem you ever encounter in your life. Not a very modest offer I realize, but as you will soon see: it’s an offer that actually stands its ground.
You feel stuck because you’re unknowingly facing an impossible choice. This episode lays out the method to assess what’s at stake and how to get unstuck.
If you feel disappointed and defeated about where your career and your life are at, you need to create motivation. Today, we investigate a major source of bad feelings – and a potential source of determination, commitment, energy and grit: your inner dialogue.
When you can’t get yourself to become the person you’d like to be, or that you were, it’s easy to believe that you are broken, flawed, or doomed. In this episode, we look at how your engine is excellent – but filled with very bad fuel.
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