Let us rewind two years and relive the harshest phenomena of the 21st century, the Covid19 era. If you think about it deeply, you would see the scars it imprinted on everyone. It was a lifetime event and the most rememberable pandemic of all. People all around the globe had a share in its fatality and mutation and lived the worst days of their lives locked down and obliged to social distance. Two years have passed approximately and the effect is still lingering in everyone’s memory. Imagine being forced to never see your loved ones because of its hazardous effect. Big firms and businesses faced excruciating losses which also affected directly workers and employees. Long story short, mental health deteriorated big time.
Acknowledging that this outbreak is no one’s control and the fault is the first step in healing. You weren’t the reason this happened and there is nothing you can do to control it. This self-awareness procedure makes it easier for you to put a hold on your severe anxiety and move on. What you can control is the way you will live your day and cope with this pandemic in the least destructive manner. This coping mechanism will be the first choice for any action you would take.
Do you want to change your life and have meaning out of it? Do you wake up every day and try to fuel yourself with motivational speeches and podcasts ranting on being productive? You have all the needed tactics, notions, and ideas but you need to dodge a bullet. Reaching your goal starts with yourself acknowledging the obstacles you are facing. Overcoming these obstacles need a brave heart and true dedication.
Through life’s vicious hidden walls, obstacles and opportunities take a turn in everyone’s life. Some are apt to face it all alone with their heart on their sleeves while others find it way harder to stand still and face it bravely. Here comes the job of a life coach to pave a steady path to those that need it and to those seeking affirmation and wise decisions.
What is life to you? When this question gets asked, people contribute with a word or two describing life from their perspective. People evaluate life as per what concerns them most in their life. If a person loves his family, he describes it as a family. If he aspires to success, he describes it as a career or accomplishment. But what people forget is that life consists of many more values and elements altogether.
Most people regret, it's time for you, as an individual, to look inside and say, 'What type of person am I? Have you ever had days where you started to overthink your life decisions or what would have been different if you treated a situation differently? Did you feel this vicious negativity cycle hitting you harshly? Regret is one hard feeling that tights you all and makes moving on even harder. Things like "I wish I said I love you before he left," or "What would have happened if I listened to him more frequently and was beside him?" make your head burn and your guilt eat you alive.
Being a nice and considerate person is crucial in having a peaceful genuine community. People always fight for kindness and compromise in their daily life and job life. But is that always acceptable? Should people stay calm and not defend themselves? In a workplace, people tend to stay calm to avoid conflicts. Social anxious employees have a higher tendency to fear and uncomfortable situations. Social anxiety increases the chance of people avoiding conflicts despite their right to speak up and defend their image; this leads to frustration, anger, and anxiety
When you get to know a leader, the only thought that comes to your mind is a leader's qualifications. A leader is known to have good communication and interpersonal skills, control his temper, motivate his employees, and empower them. These are related and developed with high emotional intelligence. Emotional Intelligence or EI is hard to attain and needs hard work to master. Why is emotional intelligence important for leaders? What are its pillars?
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