We spend a lot of time making assumptions of what we think others think of us. And then we act or behave in a way based on these assumptions. They think I’m too fat Too dumb Too unqualified Too unimportant Not good enough The problem with spending too much time assuming things that others may think of you is that there is a possibility you … Continue reading Get out of their heads and back into yours.
In my hypnotherapy practice I often come across people who are self-employed – entrepreneurs who have taken the brave step to work for themselves. So far so good. But being self-employed means you need to work on your business idea AND your mindset. Over time I’ve noticed two distinctly different types of self-employed clients – for simplicity’s sake let’s call them client A and client B.
In a problem focused world, looking for solutions can appear slightly flippant. It’s like saying to a severely depressed person that they should just think of something positive. It simply wouldn’t wash. Continue reading “Solutions vs. problems”