Sep 21, 2018 9:37 AM
In the space of NOT DOing we get to schedule, prioritize, tinker.
A non-conventional flip-side viewpoint is that deferring permits an unconscious mind to grapple the challenge which often unearths your own innate wisdom.
Ticking away our unconscious mind works on the "deliverable" we're not quite ready to tackle.
Take some time. Give yourself space.
If safety's NOT an issue it's healthier to not be Doing all the time.
Have a satisfyingly productive day of CHOOSING what get's done, and what does not: guiltlessly.
Happy weekenderings to you
Sharee Campbell Psych BSc
Founder of the Brain Bootcamp Challenge
Director of Evolva Group
Counsellor Personal Leadership
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Facilitator of the Coastal Business Community
Volunteer Leadership Coach High School (Northern Rivers)
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Aug 15, 2018 11:13 AM
Not much point choosing to be a sad-sack ... unless you genuinely enjoy it.
If you're happy moaning & blaming stay there. Not much fun for anyone around you of course, but if there's no desire to grow out of it, why bother, it won't work.
If you've recognised you're over being "over it" & are looking for some kind of key to unlock the life you thought you'd always have, next step = working on creating it based on the way you perceive, the way you choose to think, the default patterns changing from 'reacting' into 'responding'.
Need a map? A bueprint to evolve out of the stuck-ness rather than the trial & effor of DIY?
Here's the cumination of my professional practice serving the mental wellbeing of Others since qualifying in Psychology from Otago University in 2005: Brain Bootcamp.
Want mental wealth & are prepared to do a little work to gain it: #brainbootcamp
Try it and you may I say.
Aug 21, 2017 2:53 PM
Failing means you're trying new stuff & LEARNING IS LIVING.
The many faceted flip-side of failure?
- succeeding to your own definition
- achieving what you set out too
- winning, gaining, appreciating
- teaching, leading, positive role-modelling
- using your intelligences
- feeling happy
Sexy's more than just the 'sniggerable" intimate body parts.
The longer-lasting depths of sexy are gained through:
- trust, honesty, respect
- the energy & courage of maintaining eye contact
- shared experience
- acts of service in pre-emptively caring for another
Failing is a helpful process of elimination showing us what we don't want.
Trying new stuff in every sphere of our lives produces incremental improvements and positive changes.
Failing at being sexy produces laughter.
Sounds like the opposite of sad frustration to me.
Much kindness, and much respect
Qualified in Psychology
#3weekBRAINbootcamp for intelligent Adults
Jun 29, 2017 2:43 PM
YOU and I are only ever as good professionally as we are personally.
We've all got "that friend" that soars professionally but is a train-wreck personally true. BUT ... imagine how that friend could really soar if they actually had it together internally and externally.
Now back to you.
Have you ever looked at your default responses to stress?
Have you ever turned off your 'autopilot' and actively chosen to respond, rather than react when your buttons are being pushed?
If you've had enough of being triggered by external forces & losing your cool, here's an "easy" fix:
instead of letting your blood boil, choose instead to physically smile, just a little bit.
Yes, I suggest you smile as your first response.
It commences a whole new chemical reaction inside your brain which affects your mind ... positively. THEN we’re each able to focus on thinking of a solution rather than getting bogged down in being pissed off & wasting time & energy in the heat of the moment.
Well ... it sounds simple, but remembering to choose to smile is the key.
Think its hogwash?
For a week.
If you immediately recognise the smarts of this approach but aren't sure you can remember to use it ... join in the 3 Week Brain Bootcamp starting on 1st of July.
Here's a link for more info. But be QUICK: closing tomorrow.
Whatever choice you make, please, try choosing a smile FIRST.
Come and tell me how this goes for you?
Kindness from Sharee Campbell
Feedback from 3 week Brain Bootcamp:
“made me accept me for who I am, warts and all”
“rather than beat myself up or regret choices, I now see the lessons”
"I finally feel like I've got my shit together"
“I find myself more gentle & realistic with my self-expectations & with my expectations of others too”
“I am much more forgiving of myself and others because of my new outlook on life”
“less stress, more relaxation though I’m working just as hard”
“I feel I am more capable of genuine communication”
“feeling more loving towards my family and people in general”
“fear and self-doubt are not a worry anymore”
“my thinking is far wiser”
“I’m less judgemental”
“pushing my boundaries is in itself making me stronger & happier”
“I’m more productive at work”
“if only the rest of the world could catch on to this, how different life would be”
“I’m not worried about ridiculous fear-based bullshit happening any more”
"my kids are learning how to get themselves together through copying my new behaviours"
May 22, 2017 11:33 AM
Progress is hindered when we're weighed down carrying excess "stuff" that we simply do not need in our thinking patterns, nor in our behaviours.
You KNOW the wisest way forward is to stop and shed some of the stuff you don't need to carry anymore.
How do you shed it?
You share it.
"Feel it to heal it".
With another person you feel you can trust.
- working too many hours
- regretting being grumpy
- dissatisfied with relationships
- surrounded by 'simpletons'
- worried, anxious, or a bit scared
All of the stuff you promised your Self you were not going to be, do, think, or have when you grew into an adult. IF you've grown into some of that, you CAN change / grow / evolve from here.
SHARE your thinking. With those that know you.
Or in a small private online growth group of The 3 week BRAIN Bootcamp.
Either way, lighten your load and maintain or grow your mental strength.
Health IS our greatest wealth.
Much respect to you,
and much kindness
from Sharee Campbell
Qualified in Psychology
Qualified in Business Development Management
Qualified in Coaching & Mentoring