Inspire Positive Mind Shift

Inspire a positive mind shift

February 13, 2018

Written by: Jennifer Jimbere | Productivity & Profitability Coach for Business Leaders

Every week inside the Thrive Experts Facebook page, we share a tip on Tuesday. This week, we are talking about inspiring a positive mind shift.

Today’s tip is about separating fact from fiction.

We find, that clients tend to get overwhelmed when they create stories in their minds about situations that have not happened yet.

When you are making a decision, do you typically talk yourself into or out if it?

We invite you to take more chances and open the doors to possibilities. Think about something that you are worried about.

Let’s get clear.

What are the facts of the situation? Can you write down everything that comes to mind and question the doubts you have about your ability to go for it? This could be a promotion, a date, a vacation, a new instrument, a new exercise program.

Are you willing to try to adopt a growth mindset?

With our Emotional Intelligence workshop, you will gain a better understanding of self-management and self-awareness. This, in turn, will give you better insight and control over your actions and emotions. With a greater understanding of emotions, you will experience a positive impact on your professional and personal life. Learn more here >

Your Thrive Experts came together and combined 40 years of Psychology and Human Performance to help people Live Life Better Than Good.

Jennifer Jimbere is an entrepreneur, International best-selling co-author of the Dream Boldly I Dare You series, World Class Coach and Business Consultant. A recognized authority on the psychology of performance, negotiations and organizational turnaround, she has served as an advisor to thousands of individuals and organizations around the world for more than 20 years.

Jennifer Slay is a Social Worker, life coach, speaker, author and trainer having earned an Honors bachelor degree in Anthropology, Social Work and a Masters in Social Work. She was chosen as one of the recipients of the Queen Elizabeth the II Diamond Jubilee medal in 2013 for her community work and also as one of Canada’s women of confidence in Chatelaine magazine. Jennifer has an undying belief in the human spirit and has combined her education and experiences to create Finesse – a program that pulls the best from her clients while overcoming their fears resulting in ultimate personal success.

Be sure to visit us on Sundays at EST on Facebook for Thrive Live with Jen Slay & I.

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