Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • The Clance Imposter Phenomenon Scale (CIPS)
  • Examples of statements from the CIPS scale
  • Reframing imposter-like thoughts/thought patterns to fuel more positive emotions
  • 10 effective strategies to help you loosen your armor
  • Why it’s important to talk & share our experiences of imposter syndrome so that we can remove our armor, & show up as the best version of ourselves

Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why certain professions are a breeding ground for imposter syndrome
  • Key features & characteristics of imposter syndrome
  • The prevalence of imposter syndrome in the work force
  • Literature findings pertaining to this phenomenon
  • The thoughts & thought patterns that fuel imposterism
  • The impact of imposter syndrome on our mental health
  • How imposter syndrome shows up in my own professional life
  • Why administers should be aware of this phenomenon & it’s impact on the mental health of their employees

Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why worrying is a form of negative visualization that removes us from the present moment
  • Why it’s a good idea to schedule 30 mins of “worry time” in your calendar
  • How to uncover some of your deeper, rooted worries
  • Solvable versus Unsolvable Worries
  • Key questions to ask yourself when examining whatever it is that’s weighing heavy in your mind, & in your heart
  • What I wish someone had told me when my mom was first diagnosed with cholangiocarcinoma
  • Why TRUST is the antidote to the act of worrying
  • Why SELF-TRUST is a muscle just like any other that we can grow, if, we’re willing to give it the time & attention it deserves

Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why a hyperactive judge is the most common way we sabotage our lives
  • The most common emotions that are at the heart of a judgmental outlook – Shame, blame & guilt
  • Some of the work & teachings of Shirzad Chamine – keynote speaker, executive coach & author of NY time best seller “Positive Intelligence”
  • Common lies that your judge feeds into your psyche
  • Why it’s important to recognize who is in the driver’s seat of your mind – especially when making important decisions
  • Questions to ask yourself to determine if you have a hyperactive judge
  • Why it’s important to recognize your judge as a separate entity to you
  • Why it’s important to know the triggers that activate your judge, ahead of time
  • How to disarm your judge during moments of judge hyperactivation
  • Strategies to weaken your judge over time, & cultivate more peace & joy

 

Key Points in this Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why 80% of us give up on our New Year’s Resolution by the second week of February
  • Why most of us set goals backwards
  • Why motivation alone isn’t enough to achieve our goals
  • Some of the most common reasons we tend to give up on our goals prematurely
  • Why it’s important to have a strong enough WHY to support yourself during the moments of weakness when you feel defeated
  • Why the beauty of goal setting is within the journey itself, and not the destination
  • An effective, how to, step by step process to set goals and achieve them
  • What to do when you’re starting to lose momentum, and how to pivot and course correct to rebuild momentum and stay on track
  • Why it’s important to reframe failure as learning
  • Why it’s important to celebrate every single win – big or small



Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Strategies to uncover some of your more stubborn limiting beliefs
  • Why we choose to fail ahead of time by continuing to play small
  • How to examine your beliefs to determine their origins, if they even belong to you, and whether or not they’re serving you today
  • How to question your limiting beliefs from a place of wonder and curiosity
  • How to gently punch some holes into the foundation of your limiting beliefs, and create room for more sparkly beliefs that will uncover your limitless potential



Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why we live a life of recurrent patterns & not the life we’re meant to live
  • How the Western culture of scarcity fuels our limiting beliefs which keeps us stuck
  • Some of the most common limiting beliefs that hide in our subconscious mind
  • How the seeds of our limiting beliefs are first planted in our young minds
  • How our limiting beliefs establish the overall trajectory of our adult lives, and why changing this narrative is the key if you’re looking to course correct



Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • How we form our limiting beliefs, our agreements, starting at a very young age
  • How we often underestimate the power of our words to ourselves and to others
  • Why we tend to personalize things that are not even personal
  • Why making assumptions only adds more fuel to the dumpster fire
  • Why these 4 agreements will help you strengthen your relationship not just with others, but more importantly, with yourself



Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why it’s important to design a burn-out recovery routine that feels right to you
  • Some of the common ways we sabotage our own attempts at self-care
  • Why it’s important to understand the difference between a stressor & the feeling of stress
  • Why silencing your inner judge is a powerful strategy to address the cynicism of occupational burn-out
  • Strategies to prevent your professional life from bleeding into your personal life
  • Strategies to stay away from the slippery slope of burn-out in the future



Key Points in This Episode of A Dose of Perspective :

  • Why self-care alone is not enough to work your way out of the black hole of burn-out
  • Christina Maslach’s research and the Maslach Burn-Out Inventory (MBI)
  • The 3 dimensions of Occupational Burn-Out – Exhaustion, Cynicism & Professional Inefficacy
  • The World Health Organization’s revision of the ICD-11 in 2019, to include Burn-out as an occupational phenomenon
  • Personality traits (in addition to our circumstances) that predispose us to burn-out
  • Questions to ask yourself to determine if you’re experiencing burn-out

 

 

Key Points In This Episode of a A Dose of Perspective:

  • Why adversity is the perfect opportunity for growth
  • Why our threat focus, our stress response is permanently dialed up in today’s world
  • Why we need to pay attention to what we pay attention to (i.e. mind chatter)
  • Why I consider coaching to be an enema for your brain
  • Why a daily brain dump on paper (may repeat PRN) is recommended for your mental health
  • How we get ourselves into trouble when we can’t tell the difference between a thought & a circumstance

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