This little banter is about a ‘car ride’ long and features your hosts JJ Parker and Melissa Albers. JJ owns a tech company and Melissa has been a leadership coach working with Influencers for the last 18 years. Together they share their experiences with self awareness and discuss The Self Awareness Journey Map which Melissa has developed through her coaching experience.
Somehow we have begun to use a narrative that our coworkers are our family. While well meaning, this description has blurred the lines and created some strange internal feelings that don’t add up sometimes.
There are many ways to treat our chronic feelings of unease that do not include a medication or someone else’s intervention. Yet, we don’t typically focus on self treatment options, often feeling they aren’t good enough or easily sustainable. Choosing simple activities we can do each day can help keep us stay centered and happier.
This generation seldom gets the same press as the ones before or after. Born between the mid 60’s and the early 80’s, this group had the first job insecurity challenges, massive growth in technology and having younger generations as well as aging parents to care for. How does that impact our population as a whole?
Figuring out what you actually want is considerably harder than getting what you want. We will often dream about what we want, yet seldom take the steps to think through strategies to help us define those desires. Here are some ideas to get you flowing!
Kevin Jansen joins the podcast today to talk about his new book 'It's All Personal: 12 Lessons Learned Through Cancer Survival That Transformed My Career Success.'
Our human brains are riddled with negative and repetitive thoughts, whether we are consciously aware of it or not. Most of these thoughts are simply habits we've created, not true reality. How do we create new, more helpful habits?
You will never outperform your own expectations for yourself. It can't happen. And if you lead and influence others, they will never reach higher levels with you as their lid. How do we raise our expectations?
Sometimes having a 'don't look back' mindset helps us make big decisions and manage risk. But sometimes a 'can't turn back' mentality may be due to fear or the uncertainty of being wrong. Which perspective is right?
There's a lot of conversation about the younger generations and older generations. But there's little discussion about how the fundamental difference of expectations came to be. How can we solve this if we do not seek to understand first?
Often without a word, we make decisions about situations and the people we are in partnership with. Less often do we discuss these decisions, or notice if others are in agreement with our perspectives. This is a natural by-product of internal thinking. How can we become more aware of these thoughts to help create more agreement?
There is still a negative stigma around mental health. It's getting better, but how do we reframe and rebrand mental health more into a proactive approach to mental wellness? Is it possible?
Making a commitment to personal development has many layers. It is not simply memorizing affirmations, or changing simple habit. Personal development must begin with a clear emotional and mental foundation that is ready to sow new seeds. How do we begin? tune in now!
Fly fishing is hard. Melissa's great fishing adventure started strong but didn't quite go as planned. Lots of lessons were learned when she didn't get the outcome she wanted or expected.
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