In our line of business, we encounter talented people who periodically experience shifting between the five major emotions: mad, glad, sad, shame, or fear. Mood swings are commonplace . . . and for some, these emotions create a negative, debilitating cycle.
In my recent book – 35 Truths: Lessons Learned from the Front Lines of Executive Coaching, I observed that the quality of your life is directly related to the meaning you attach to things. Pretty simple, right? If you think you can’t – you’re defeated before you begin.
Conversely, if you experience life as an incredible journey, you will naturally feel more self-actualized, centered, and complete.
As you traverse through 2020, I invite you to maintain a positive mindset as you encounter obstacles. View impediments as profound learning opportunities. Experiment with attaching empowering meaning to things that used to be a downer. Embrace the joy and refuse to be engulfed by negativity.
Enjoy your journey!
Written by: Clyde Lowstuter
About the Author
Clyde Lowstuter, MCC
President & CEO | Master Certified Coach, Robertson Lowstuter, Inc.
Clyde is a peak performance Executive Coach and CEO of R|L. He has been a visionary thought leader and pioneer in the field designing and leading corporate coaching and team building since 1975. From an early age he was fascinated by the differences in why and how people thought, felt, and behaved. He deduced that Authenticity, Accountability & Behavioral Agility are foundational to success. Read Full Bio