I really LOVE the MBTI and I LOVE the effect it has when working with women (It works for men too; but I primarily work with women). M.B.T.I. stands for Myers Briggs Type Indicator and you can find more factual details about it via this link. Why? I tend to love it more for what it’s not. A lot of psychological profiling is very judgemental, the MBTI is not. It won’t fill you full of ‘should’ and ‘oughts’ or worse
Here’s a tip to inspire yourself and to help keep your motivation going! When I’m running my own seminars and courses I often get participants to write to themselves for delivery at a future point. And I’ve recommended writing down your aims in previous blog posts. It can be really helpful to write down what you want to do, how you are feeling at a particular point in your life, and how you want to feel at a point in
When you undertake personal development everything you have ever done is relevant, regardless of your status or age, or educational achievements. No judgements about your abilities are made.
This article will explain the differences to you twixt straightforward training and personal development.
Do you? Love yourself that is? I don’t mean in the ‘I am wonderful, better than anyone else’ obnoxious kind of way, but do you value and respect yourself? Sometimes events in our lives have caused us to feel unloveable and it’s hard to shake the negativity off. In fact, sometimes a good deal more than a metaphorical shake is required to rid ourselves of notions acquired by the experiences of life. (But hang onto the wisdom those same events
I know it sounds like a daft question, but if you feel you never quite achieve some of your aims and aspirations ask yourself, ‘Is this my goal, my dream, or have I taken on someone else’s? Is this something I really want to do or is it something I think I should be doing?’ For example, when I’m coaching we’ll sometimes find ourselves ‘stuck’ at a particular point with the coachee reluctant to take the steps needed to fully
When did you last have a really good day at work? When you came home and felt that was a day well spent? When you were filled with a huge sense of achievement? When you thought ‘job well done’ and other people acknowledged your efforts? I hope you can remember this easily and it will have been recently. But if not, try and think back to what when it last happened and how you felt it about it. Your thoughts