Deep change comes with Experience (Newer waste a good crisis)
Since being married with a psychotherapist, I always have been very open to the concepts and influence of human interaction and the concept of positive psychology. While I always have been 'mindful' in different ways, I started to dig deeper tow years ago. I started to adopt slowly different techniques and specific methods. I also started a journey of not keeping my inner world (value and believes) and outer world (my own career and my private life) separated.
Two years ago I've met MayaWeber during a full-day assessment, I had to conduct. ,She has become a mentor since then. Not only that – we had meetings, which inspired both of us, on what's going on in the tech and financial industry and about deep change. Deep change – that must come from within.
Probably one year later, I have been very surprised, when I realized, that 'Mindfulness'' appeared on a big screen at the entrance of our company. Could it really be? Methods emerging from the world of psychology to the corporate world? Articles about Self Reflection in Business Magazines?
We conducted different steps on our journey:
'Never waste a good crisis' means to learn from our experience gained during the time of Corona, but we need to make it habit beyond Corona: Get smarter – instead of working harder. Let's come back to the intro on positive psychology and what you can learn out of it? If you form these 6 bullets and 6A's to a circle you have a potential way to adopt Self Reflection.
The Circle of the 6A on self-reflection is one potential way to start your journey – but I rather encourage you to find your own personal way: Find the book, author or methods that resonate with you. It could be a start, by searching the web using 'positive psychology', 'mindfulness', 'coaching' or 'self-reflection'. If you think, you stumble on many too 'esoteric' websites; you may consider combining the previous words with 'agile', 'executive' or 'professional'.
Be encouraged to start your own journey. Share your Experience and Feedback.