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Investing in yourself can take many forms including: Continuous learning, self-improvement, knowing your strengths, a supportive network, and doing work that you love. I am so grateful to intersect with clients as they engage in all of these investments in themselves.
And I've seen it - I've had several clients this past year who were burned out and sought me out to help coach them through it. While I wouldn't necessarily market/refer to myself as a #burnoutcoach (like this article references) that's really what I do for some clients. I couldn't agree more with some of the key principles of how you can recover from burnout!
As a certified professional coach, there are boundaries to my work and I am NOT a therapist.
However, when I saw this list of questions that people may consider asking a therapist, many of them could also be used in finding a coach.
Life is hard, and there are difficult situations that we all encounter. This article highlights some possible and very important mindset shifts that we can make when faced with difficult situations. It's not easy, but it is possible.
Prior to 2020, burnout was a growing issue, especially among those of us in healthcare. This has only heightened in intensity in the years since then. There is hope, however! I appreciated the insights from this article to help find some recovery and a chance to enjoy your life.
How many meetings have you sat in and wondered "Why are we here?" Time is always precious, but it seems to be more lately. This article has ideas on how to of how to determine if you need to meet.
Recently, a member of one of my Group Coaching Collaboratives declared that she will never go back to the office again. Maybe you're interested in moving to a fully remote situation but you haven't had the experience to speak to that just yet. There are some interesting ideas and tips here on how to navigate those discussions.
Literally, just the other day, I was reading about some of Gallup's work on well-being and how to thrive in the various areas of one's own well-being. Then, I saw this article highlighting how one company has shifted its focus from engagement to thriving. Check it out!
Lots of my coaching clients are focused on transitions - maybe they are changing careers or starting a new venture. Regardless, our conversations focus on how to ensure success and cultivate confidence throughout the process. This article was an interesting read highlighting four proactive habits to support leaders on their journey to build the career that they want.
Not only is this a great tool for interviews, it can be a helpful communication tool in other venues as well. I like to add another S for "Strengths" to summarize your strengths in the situation.
If I had a soap box, it would be this one: It's time to start practicing gratitude beyond the Thanksgiving table!
Check out some of the many benefits of engaging in this essential practice all year long...
This article illustrates some of the many phases of one's career. I have had the opportunity to walk alongside so many leaders at a variety of places in their journey.
There are many ideas on the pros and the cons of morning versus afternoon/evening workouts. In case you're wondering - the bottom line is that the best time to exercise is whenever you can!
It's easy to get overwhelmed and from time to time it happens to each of us. The good news is there are some tips to help us reframe in the moments when we experience some of these distorted, inaccurate pictures of our lives .