3 Outstanding activities to cultivate self-compassion and develop courage

Practising self-compassion support us in dealing with life’s- challenges, with uncomfortable emotions and ultimately to live a meaningful and fulfilling life.

It requires courage on your side to sit down with yourself and explore what is happening in your mind, but this self-awareness also feeds bravery.

Compassion and connection can prevent many mental health issues and increase well-being. If this is not a natural and easy skill for you, be willing to train.  It will be worth it.
 

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One concept to dramatically improve your resilience, motivation and success

Improve your resilience and be able to deal with life challenges while staying strong.
Keep yourself motivated and master your performance at work or professional career.

Learn the concept that contributes to having great relationships, those that feel meaningful and where you feel truly connected.

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How to deal with traumatic and highly stressful events

Traumatic events or events that attempt against your safety have the potential to create traumatic stress in many forms.

For days, weeks or even months, you might be left feeling anxious, angry, fearful, responsible, guilty for what happened, irritable, preoccupied and constantly having thoughts about the event.

Find how to avoid highly stressful events from evolving into major problems.

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My Radical Self-Care Challenge

Well-being is at the core of all the work I do. My aim is for you to achieve your dreams, with no stress or burnout. I have the default of leaning towards work. Do you?

When it comes to prioritising, my career has always been my main focus. So, during this time of change, I keep applying what I encourage you to constantly work on, self-care. I took it to an extreme. Find out why and how I did it.

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You are not allow to be nice to yourself [3 tips to stop the vicious shame-cycle that your self-critic creates]

Your self-critic plays a big role on the development of depression and anxiety.  I used to think a harsh self-critic was motivating me to be better, to keep going, but was it?

Find out 3 scientifically proven techniques that will support you in breaking the vicious downward spiral that your self-critic creates and keep cultivating confidence, resilience and improving your well-being.

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5 Common thinking errors that will defeat your confidence

Your thoughts can have a great impact on the way you are feeling and consequently on how you behave.

There are common unhelpful thinking styles that can start up a negative brain loop if you get caught up in them. Stop feeling overwhelmed, lack of energy and not confident enough.

Now is your opportunity to break through your stories and learn to manage those thoughts.

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One thing that is holding you back from achieving what you want and steps to move forward.

I always did play it safe. For different reasons I was not prepared to step out of my comfort zone; however, I never felt content at all.

I didn’t know what my fears were or what they were stopping me from. Therefore, I lived for many years in these unfulfilling routines that would slow down or glaciate my development.

I want you to have the opportunity today, to take the first steps that will support you in managing one of the factors that is most likely keeping you stuck.

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Change, no stress added.

When we start to ask ourselves what we want, we begin a process that can generate stress.

It is possible that you have been dedicating all your time to other people, that your identity is somewhat blurred because you have not been thinking about yourself for a long time, or that you have never really considered where you want to go, or what is it that you really want. And so when this question is asked, it is not easily answered.

If you find it difficult to give an answer to the question of what do you want, don’t fret.

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First 3 steps that will set you free from fighting the wrong battle

We often navigate through life unaware that we are fighting battles that are actually not ours and the reason is likely to be lack of awareness or that we are trying to avoid dealing with our own monsters.

Lack of awareness, avoiding our fears and not taking action driven by our values can make us prisoners of others’ intentions, objectives or goals.

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