Our political and social systems don't support fundamental human needs, says Gabor Mate—which affects our ability to deal with traumatic events. Sixty percent of adults report difficult childhood experiences, including drawn-out divorces, violence, and abuse. The effects of trauma are long-lasting, ranging from anxiety to post-traumatic stress disorder to physical illness. But according to Dr. Gabor Mate, focusing solely on the role of family in childhood trauma misses the bi
A lesson I believe every manager, coach, director “should” know and even more important “should” do. The mother of Edison shows the best motivational strategy for bringing out the best of her son. Bringing him from an awkward kid to one of the biggest geniuses of this time. A lesson that is so simple that I believe that every manager could implement this to makes his/her team flourish. It is about labeling, about believing in the potential someone. Creating a belief system i
We all have a past and an upbringing, for some that is a happy place and for others that is a real dark place a place were we like to run away from. A place where we experienced and learned the “wrong” lessons of life. Yazmin is an amazing brave women who had more of this in her 23 years than most of us will have in a life time. I met her as a client and invited her for the ReMaster Yourself - the personal leadership journey - workshop. Her change is amazing and heartwarming.
A great explanation of our happiness. Happiness = what we expect from life MINUS how we explain what is happening in our life. And now just imagine that more than 99% of what we expect of life and how we explain life events is based on our belief system. Luckily we have empowering beliefs that are supporting our happiness or succes and pitifully at the other hand we have some or sometimes so many limiting or disempowering beliefs that the outcome is pushed to a feeling of unh