How often do we listen and believe what others tell us without really exploring what that is for ourselves. Have we lost our ability to discover to better understand with open conversations?
How often do we hear in ourselves and others, the expression, ‘I’ve let someone down.’ Such a load to carry and one which can play havoc on our lives.
Over the years as we continue to satisfy our basic human need to belong, it seems we are searching for ‘how to be’ so that we ‘fit’.
So often we hear or say ourselves, ‘I’m so busy’ in a way that suggests we’re missing out on something else more important because of it.
If that is the case, rather than ‘so busy’, how would it feel to respond with ‘I’m giving my energy and time to what matters and is important to me’?
Here we discuss the impact of updating our knowledge so that we can being new practices to our life that may be more helpful to our wellbeing and bring better self care.
Tricia and Nigel chat about the changing nature of client service, and the impact it is having on the community. What was once personal, is now limiting in terms of giving people the opportunity to converse and connect.
Past hurts, and ways we have come to behave in relationships, can affect the quality of our engagement and often can create situations that can harm both parties involved.
While finding meaning can have its benefits, creating meaning also comes with some challenges.
Meaning as we know is derived from our lived experience, and as we all experience life differently, finding common meaning, is less likely.
Tricia and Nigel look at the impact that incentives are having on people.
They share what they have noticed about the challenges associated with using this approach to boost aspects of performance.
Tricia and Nigel share their views when you are feeling like you don’t fit in or feeling isolated or excluded from groups or situations.
What do you do when friends don’t contact you and you feel upset. Nigel and Tricia share a heart-based approach to explore.
In this podcast we share our view on the nature of rules we have come to live by, and the impact of those rules when we come to experience life and engage in things.