Do you feel like you are always ‘on’ for other people?

Whether you are one of life’s beautiful givers or feel the obligation of helping those around you, one day, you might have that wake-up call that says to you no more.

Hang on, helping others is your life purpose so how do you fulfil that need as well as taking care or your needs?

Instead of feeling like you are backed into a corner, telling the people around you to go away (silently or with your words), set your boundaries early on.

I know that’s easier said than done…

Group of people pulling a rope (tug of war)
Group of people pulling a rope (tug of war)

Does this sound familiar?

You have a great team, but they don’t do what you tell them to do…

There’s always one or two people that push your buttons, and it’s a bit hard to deal with them…

You have a worker who has excellent skills, but he/she stirs the pot and is influential in the wrong way…

Well, you aren’t alone.

What you are feeling is resistance. But why is it showing up at work — isn’t that the stuff that just happens in people’s personal lives? Simply put: no; work impacts our life and life affects our work…

Love, Romance & Foolishness: The Art of Knowing Yourself

Woman with large hand smacking her forehead
Woman with large hand smacking her forehead
Image: Gratisography-378H

I always knew that the year I turned 50 would be a big one.

It’s been a hell of a year for transformation; one of those years where plans get tipped upside down put on hold or screwed up altogether.
In amongst the uncertainty, there’s a few spots of gold, and times where you can only reflect, dwell or decide to take action (or at least create an action plan).

2020 was supposed to be my year — I had planned on living and working in France for a few months, bathing in the culture and learning the language immersion…

For many of us’ limbo –land’ is the feeling of being stuck, like we have lost control, lost our mojo — and that changes how we see the world. It doesn’t have to be this way.

It’s been almost five months, more-or-less. Since lockdown began here in Melbourne and since then borders have shut across Australia, and travel is not on the radar.

In challenging and changing times, routines have changed, and our daily interactions have had to adapt to meet social distancing and lockdown restrictions. …

Photo by Engin Akyurt on Unsplash

For many of us’ limbo –land’ is the feeling of being stuck, like we have lost control, lost our mojo — and that changes how we see the world. It doesn’t have to be this way.

It’s been almost five months, more-or-less. Since lockdown began here in Melbourne and since then borders have shut across Australia, and travel is not on the radar.

In challenging and changing times, routines have changed, and our daily interactions have had to adapt to meet social distancing and lockdown restrictions. …

Lynda Tregoweth

Contributor, coach and broadcaster. Passionate about love, personal power and emotional intelligence.

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