Do you sometimes find that you get overwhelmed with strong emotions? Unable to think straight? Engulfed by the situation and not sure what to do next? Well, you are not alone. Many people feel this way. This is the start of Emotional Management Week where we will explore what Emotional Management is, why it is important and how we can increase it.
Have you lost your job or hit a setback? Are you having trouble taking some action? Today, in our second of two episodes, we focus on helping you craft a plan that includes: creating a structure, finding meaning and identity, and being resilient.
Have you lost your job and are feeling overwhelmed? Are you finding that the first stages of grief are descending on you? Are you not sure where to start? On this next part of your journey, know you are not alone. Today in the first of two episodes, we focus on helping you sort out a plan to manage all the different parts of job loss to help you begin to craft a plan to deal with it. Let’s walk!
Time to focus again on our identity statements, which help anchor us to our core values and form our thoughts and actions. We ask ourselves: what does it mean to be qualities in that statement? In this episode, JP speaks about the identity statements we can use to see ourselves at our best.
Feeling stressed by current events? It is not surprising given everything that is going on. Know you are not alone. This is not an easy time. But also know you have a choice in how you respond. In this episode, JP takes you through a walking mindfulness session to help focus you and bring energy and awareness to your day. Let’s walk!
How do we grow empathy? What are the key ingredients that help us tune into others in any interaction? This is Empathy Week, where we are exploring the skill of empathy so it can become one of our super powers.
What gets in the way of empathy? Why, in spite of our best intentions, do we sometimes miss the mark and miss critical information in an interaction? This is Empathy Week, where we explore the critical skill of empathy and how it can become one of our super powers. Let’s walk!
In today’s session, our third in the series, we discuss how to take action in two ways: by having difficult conversations and by engaging in the difficult actions.This is Finding Our Voice Week, where we are reflecting and pausing on the international story that is the response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis by police, and the long history of systemic racial oppression.
In today’s session, we talk about why some of us become reactive and defensive in the face of tough conversations around race, shutting down our emotional intelligence and mindfulness skills, and what it means to have tough conversations with ourselves – especially the conversations where we become defensive, reactive or avoidant.
We’re going to do something different this week. In Finding Our Voice Week, we will use these three podcasts to reflect and pause on our response to the murder of George Floyd in Minneapolis by police, and the long history of systemic racial oppression.