Click the link for the video. We can find some gratitude in our problems. I’m serious. Because problems never go away, they just get better. We just graduate to better problems to have. So for example, a guy buying lottery tickets at the corner store has money problems. So does Warren Buffet. He just has… Read More »
Far too often we deal with our experience with burnout by looking for something to relax us or “balance” us. What if we looked at what our burnout was telling us?
Don’t overlook the power of getting offended. In allowing ourselves to be around the things that “offend” us, we can learn where we take ourselves too seriously.
The research says…taking risk makes us happier. So why are we afraid to take it?
Talk given on May 21st. Going after what we want and what gets in the way of getting it. Expressing creatively, taking risk, identifying the mental blocks that get in the way.
There are mental blocks that we buy into keeping us seemingly “stuck” in our current job or situation. There is a difference in people who seek what they love and want to do and those who don’t.
Stop arguing for your limitations. Though you might be right, it’s better to argue for why you can instead of why you can’t.
www.johnharrisoncounseling.com Don’t believe everything you think. Notice and call yourself out on your false beliefs and self defeating excuses.
The only way to get from where you are to where you want to be is to allow yourself to believe that you can get there. And it is possible to get something new in your life.
Being “burned out” with your job, or life situation, isn’t the problem. The burnout is telling you something about your experience. Instead of trying to stop being burned out, what if we used our burnout as a guide?