So you have an anxiety disorder – should you come clean with your boss?
Despite more people than ever before suffering from anxiety disorders, it’s not really openly spoken about particularly in the workplace. I have had highly paid professionals, tradies, surgeons and lawyers tell me how they suffer from acute anxiety yet they manage to mask it and carry on despite feeling like they can’t function, somehow they manage
On the weekend I ran a small workshop for a bunch of life coaches that are wanting to improve their business through improving how to sell their services. What was very clear to see was that these people knew their products and services were very valuable however being able to get this point across was a challenge.
This week I received a call from a client that was going through a crisis. Let’s call her Kate. Kate was in such a bad way that she was not using any of the Anger Management Techniques she had learned. However after a few moments of talking to her she was able to take control of her state and became calm.
This week in Australian politics and media we are seeing some much needed attention on domestic violence. This has led me to be even more determined to educate people in the need to learn anger management techniques which work, even in the context of domestic violence.
Over the many years of life coaching and life coaching training with thousands of people I have found that there are three very basic principles that enable people who want to achieve results actually achieve those results.
This is so obvious but you’d be surprised how so few people actually do it. Most people are thinking of reasons or excuses why they can’t get what they want. Or even worse, they don’t even know what they want. When coaching someone, this is frequently one of the primary focuses you’ll be working on.