Self-criticism in the workplace: Understand why it’s there so you can move through it and feel more capable.
It’s Monday and you’re sitting in a meeting and your friend and coworker has made a huge mistake. They go bright red and walk out of the room. You can tell they’re going to be down for the rest of the day and you desperately don’t want them to feel like that. It’s clear they’re being critical of themselves and you just want to make those thoughts disappear for them because they don’t deserve it.
How many people do you know who know how to enjoy exercise, how to have a natural, joyful relationship with it? The kind of people who openly welcome all kinds of movement — the people who sit on the ground instead of the couch, jump up and effortlessly move their bodies to play, or to physically explain something.
Coaches believe that the client has the answers, but that they just might not have access to them yet. You already have the answers! And if you don’t believe that, I am here to help you get to a place where not only do you believe it, but I can help you find them.