by Suzie Doscher
Based on my professional and personal experiences relating to Personal Growth and Development, I have found that there are a number of issues everybody faces at one point or another. Becoming aware of and acquiring the life skill to handle them makes a huge difference to the quality of your day-to-day life. Having certain life skills and knowing when to reach for one, can be compared to knowing that the toothbrush is used to clean your teeth.
If you want to be more selective about what you say 'yes' to, it means learning how to say 'no.' By choosing to behave differently, together with practice and repetition, the brain will rewire itself. Neuroscience has proven this. For a more balanced and consequently better quality of life, it is worth finding out which life skills your 'tool kit' needs to acquire in order to upgrade.
Also, know that maintenance of life skills is of the utmost importance. Just because you took one bath, does not mean you never have to take another one!
In my coaching practice, I like to take care of the 'housekeeping' before my client and I focus on achieving their coaching goal. By 'housekeeping' I mean finding out if certain skills are already in place or need exploring, upgrading or acquiring.
To name a few: