Even as coaches, we still have moments when we are overwhelmed or anxious. It’s about having the tools to move past the anxious thoughts and take care of ourselves so it doesn’t spiral out of control.
This week’s podcast guest is Christel Libiot who talks about the relation of anxiety to the nervous system and ways we can calm our nervous system down. You’ll learn more about.
This week we talk about Spirituality’s role in both creating and healing our anxieties. Even if you do not consider yourself religious or spiritual, I think this will be a talk you want to listen to.
This week on our special Anxiety series podcasts we have Michael Trotta from the Sagefire Institute. Michael speaks to us this week of our 4 Natural Gifts and how being in tune with these gifts relate to the anxiety he’s seen in his clients.
In pain, we must still remember the magic.
I realized that our morning routine sets the mood and atmosphere for the rest of the day. When I started by rushing, my whole day was a to-do list to hurry up and get done so I could repeat it – again and again.
When we are anxious or depressed, we usually feel like we’ve lost our power, our gusto and sometimes even our sanity. GET IT BACK!
We’re so busy trying to put out the best Instagram life, we’re afraid to share our dark moments. We have a lot of fears around it. When I asked people I know why we’re afraid to share our dark times, I get answers life this
Experiencing anxiety can throw our normally compassionate and caring nature into a frenzy. For example, even though I have had a hard time witnessing my anxiety in the past,
Whether you consider yourself religious, spiritual or none of the above, I think you’ll find ritual can be included in what you already do – without even changing your daily schedule or a committed amount of time.
Just about all of us know the feeling of being anxious, but how do you know that it’s just normal anxiety or perhaps something that needs to be addresses now?
The truth is, our choices, actions, words all have impact. Whether we made the ‘right’ decision or not, there is often still impact that we did not intend. Owning that impact rather than explaining it away or default to blaming someone or something else, is a way we take our power back from shame.
Little tips, big impact.
“Stop and smell the roses.” When things are really good, people may spend time to slow down, but often we overwhelm our schedules and forget to capture the everyday moments we work so hard for.
Anxiety thrives on ‘what ifs’. Feed it well.
Those sneaky little questions about the possible future that we want answered now create anxiety. If you are going to ask yourself what if… try these ways instead
How we care for ourselves greatly impacts how we feel. We don’t always understand the amount of stress our bodies are under until we take the time to listen in. Take the time today and listen to this short talk.