Learning that you are not able to work with everyone is key to succeeding. You must always maintain professional conduct and give respect but choosing not to work with someone who makes you feel uneasy, uncomfortable or shows a lack of respect for your expertise is a wise decision.
As a Coach it is hard not to want to help everyone, but knowing that it is only those who are ready to help themselves you can help is a crucial lesson for a Coach.
Remember to respect all and most importantly don’t allow your ego to prevent you from learning, be a life learner!
with 120 Guests in Attendance for the “Opening Reception” at the Lantzville Art Gallery and three sales of Original Canadian Art the first three days… I can honestly say I am only first now understanding what I started when I began asking “Are you Artually Living?” A Movement! An Art Movement focused on helping people Live […]
What most don’t realize, is that for someone suffering from Depression; time is lost or stands still. Even when they are attempting to lift up out of the clouds often they may be struck with the feeling of Shock <reliving and or denying the very reason and cause of their depression> which may very well trigger more down feelings.
It can be a vicious cycle and therefore it is crucial to understand you need TOOLS and ROUTINE also Support.
The phrase “Get over it” so greatly neglects the PROCESS. To actually overcome one must Allow themselves TIME and and actively be working towards the Change they need in their Perspective and Circumstances.
Remeber as Winston Churchill said; “Never Give up!”