Congratulations to those of you who just wrapped up another busy season!!
We understand that many of you have been feeling overworked and overwhelmed these past few months. When our stress levels are elevated, it’s easy to fall into a downward spiral. Our mindsets can default to the negative, which hinders our ability to show up as the positive, inspiring leaders we want to be for ourselves and others.
If you’ve been caught in the negative spiral these past few weeks or even months, we invite you to break the cycle and reset your mindset right now.
Here are three ideas for how you can shift from the negative to the positive:
- Celebrate!! You just did some hard things. You learned a lot. Take some time to reflect on this, and savor the feeling of accomplishment!! If you need some ideas on how you can celebrate, check out Brian’s thoughts here.
- Take some time to relax and recharge – for an hour, a day, or a week-long vacation. Your mind needs a break from the stress, pressure and negativity that may have been building up over the past few months. Think of one thing you truly enjoy doing that sets your mind free. Then, make plans to do that as soon as possible!
- Try on an attitude of gratitude. When you choose gratitude, it shifts the lens through which you see the world. It enhances your resiliency in tough times, enriches your relationships and makes you a happier and healthier person.
If you want to learn more about the power of gratitude and how you can use it to make you a happier and healthier leader, we’re here for you.
- Check out our latest episode of Leading Possibilities, where we explore the power of your mindset, how to break the cycle of stress and negativity, and how to cultivate a more positive mindset.
- During the month of May in our I2L Healthy Leaders Community, we’ll help you cultivate a gratitude practice that will shift the way you see the world and the people around you. Join us this month, so you’ll be ready to jump in on May 1. For only $39/month, you can receive the support, accountability, and connection you need to be a more positive leader!
An attitude of gratitude keeps us engaged in the present, opens us up to helping others, and improves our physical health. It’s a ticket straight to the Dimension of Possible.
See you in the DOP,