If you’re in a leadership role at work, this month’s tip is for you.
Your career is only as healthy as you are. Know when your job or business needs you to get some leadership coaching. And know when you, your business, or your family need you to hire a therapist for yourself.
If you’ve worked with a coach before, you know that they are great at helping you reach a goal. And they are also very good about telling you when they’re seeing an issue that needs therapy. How do they know?
Well they’re looking at whether the issue you’re facing is an outside issue, and inner issue, a present issue, or a past issue. Here are some examples to help you figure out what you need for yourself:
See the difference?
We all benefit from advice to solve problems. But therapy is more than advice. It is a framework to help you understand why you do the things you do, and to help you connect with the wisdom of your emotions, without being controlled by your emotions.
Hardworking people, of all different backgrounds, ethnicities, and faiths, are more open than ever to doing their deep inner work, to reduce the self-sabotage and self-doubt they feel at every stage of their work.
I receive coaching, and I receive therapy. These are 2 different experiences, both incredibly valuable to me. I put a team of people around me to make sure that I’m good, so that I can help you stay good.
I’d like to invite you to do some intensive therapy work with me to break apart the old patterns, the overwhelm, and the temptation to slide into “quiet quitting.” And no, you don’t have to come to therapy every week for years before you see a benefit. You could get unstuck about something big in a couple weeks. Even over a weekend! Ask me how, then we can get started.