In this podcast I describe the situation of working with someone whose manner feels too close and controlling. I share how to loosen the hooks they have into your emotions so that you can move into peace and a feeling of freedom. From that emotional state it’s far easier to engage in creative critical thinking.
In this podcast I cover the 4 main reasons I’ve come across that hold people back from getting help with addressing emotional burnout. Talking about these helps bring awareness to what is happening. It also empower the person concerned to know they have a choice, if they wish, to address the roots of their burnout.
In this podcast I provide a simple introduction to the emotional state of Burnout. I share the different ways it can manifest in a person’s life on a spectrum of feelings. I go on to explain an effective way to reduce the stress response that is behind most expressions of Burnout: Emotional Freedom Techniques. I give information on 2 studies that showcased EFT’s effectiveness in reducing Cortisol levels.
In this podcast I talk about how to get the most out of your Word for the Year as a self development tool. The strategy that makes for the most effective growth is to leverage the contrasting emotions your word brings up. I also share a 3 step approach for going beyond the first month of play so that you get more out of this practice. This leads to profound growth, and inevitably success.
You can read an article I’ve written on the basic concept of a Word for the Year here.
In this podcast I talk about how to develop your intuition muscle by exercising it in an easy way. I share a simple technique to start building your confidence in a playful way, to then take into your business decisions. This is a way to empower yourself.
In this podcast I cover the growing trend to use surveillance apps to monitor staff are working when at home. I discuss how this is likely to dampen productivity. A better way to encourage good quality output from staff is to ask a specific question: ‘What do you need from me to do your work?’. Asking this uncovers all kinds of helpful information to support tele-working.
In this podcast I talk about why effective presenting is a two-way conversation. I explain why it’s useful, and how you can in turn be a better listener when you’re presenting. The audio covers live in-person events and online, ranging in size from small groups to large conferences.
In this recording I talk about the value of achieving through Ease rather than effort.
A good question to ask to help yourself into this mindset is: ‘How can I have more ease in this?’.