Unwitting self-sacrifice isn’t rare amongst good, capable people. It’s a pattern of behaviour I see with increasing frequency, the more I coach. Here’s how to work out what it’s telling you…
In being oh-so-serious and determined to fix something, we unwittingly over-complicate the situation, raise the stakes far too high and blow things out of all proportion. Here’s one alternative.
An exceptionally generous offer with no strings attached. Would you like to solve a problem, once-and-for-all?
There are things about you – inclinations, experiences, stuff you’re capable of, that are so intrinsic to who you are that you’re practically blind to them.
Criticism feels like attack when that beautiful thing you invest so much time and effort in melds with your very being. To cope, what if you thought more like a Shaman?