Change One Thing
Sometimes it seems like nothing works the way it should. If you’re a human, you have probably hit that point where work is no fun, relationship is a struggle and you don’t even feel comfortable in your body.
At times like these, changing your life can seem overwhelming. There’s so much to do…where do you even start?
It’s quite simple really…just change ONE thing.
Read a magazine article you would never typically even consider. Try a new type of restaurant. Take a different route to work. Learn to use a new piece of technology. Contribute on a webinar. Learn a new skill. Any simple change of scenery can shift your perspective, and has the potential to drastically transform your life.
It’s like a ship at sea…if it changes course even one degree, 100 kilometres later it’s in completely new waters.
Of course, the most profound shifts are the ones you make on the inside. Annoyance can easily be turned into fascination. Frustration can be flipped to become gratitude or compassion. Even anger can be transformed if you simply turn it into a song.
You don’t have to tackle the whole enchilada, just make one simple shift. The best part is…you get to be a true scientist, the experimenter experimenting. Try it out and if you don’t like the new perspective, you can always go back to your old one.
Maybe you have joined 4Front's L.E.A.D. Personal Leadership Programme and you have plenty of new perspectives to consider.
Maybe your one perspective shift could come from joining the
Medical Coaching Learning Community.
This month, we explore using
'The Coach Approach' to support a client experiencing loss and grief,
with the internationally renowned Dr Don Eisenhauer PCC . CLICK HERE to learn more about Dr Eisenhauer.
For those of us who work in healthcare, we provide healthcare to patients dealing with loss on a daily basis.
We see patients when they are shell-shocked having received a diagnosis that has shaken them to the core.
We see relatives when they are returning unused medicines to the pharmacy following their loved one's death.
We see patients struggling to come to terms with the reality of living with their medical condition and its treatment.
Each of them is grieving loss.
- Loss of health.
- Loss of physical ability.
- Loss of trust in the body.
- Loss of work.
- Loss of independence.
- Loss of financial means.
- Loss of dignity.
- Loss of dreams.
- Loss of relationships.
But how much training have you received to help them to process this emotional journey?
What difference could it make to the lives of your clients, colleagues or patients if you could make this journey even "one degree" easier?
What “one-degree” shift can YOU make TODAY?
Click the link below to JOIN the Medical Coaching Learning Community Today.
Next Masterclass is TOMORROW, Wed 30th at 730pm. Recordings available.
||12-Month Medical Coaching Learning Community ([MCLC]
|Topic for November
||Using the Coach Approach with the Dying and the Grieving
||Dr Don Eisenhauer PCC
||Rachel Dungan MPSI, ACC
|Topic 12-Month Calendar
4th Wed of every month.
Next Session Wed 30th November
(Recording available for members who missed a session)
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