While time management tools are helpful, they don’t address the root issue: Our perception of time. Changing our perception of time, changes our reality. If you have ever wondered why time drags by when you exercise but flies by when you hit the snooze button, you have experienced this.
In order to regulate stress, battle burnout, and improve well-being, you have to intentionally build your psychological immune system. If it is not possible to reduce the “threat”, you have to increase your sense of safety. Every time your brain gets a signal of safety, it replenishes your psychological immune system.
To find and retain great talent, foster diversity and inclusion in new and different ways, and reshape the employee experience, we will need to up-skill, reskill, and revamp the way we work. Regardless of industry, employees, leaders, and teams are going to need greater resilience, grit, and agility to navigate it all.
Are you guilty of filling in the blanks?Are you guilty of filling in the blanks?Are you guilty of filling in the blanks? Let’s do an experiment. Fill in the blank. “If at first you don’t succeed, ____________”. You may be thinking, “try, try again”, but I was thinking, if at first you don’t succeed, failure…
Thanks to our negativity bias, the chances are pretty high that you naturally default to the negative. When those negative thoughts become obsessive, you are stuck in rumination.