I'm not just talking to white people here. Being an ally is also for other ethnic groups because I, as a Mixed Race (Black Caribbean and White British, Irish) cisgender woman will have no lived experience compared to say an Indian, Hindu man; or a Japanese lesbian; or a Native American Transgender woman etc. etc.… Continue reading Racial Education: Being Uncomfortable, Vulnerability and Allyship
There comes a time in all of our lives when we face a difficult situation or problem that feels too big to tackle. We obsess and worry and drive ourselves crazy, so much so, the problem grows bigger and feels worse. Here are some ideas on how you can deal with these moments/times better and… Continue reading How to Deal with Overwhelming Problems or Situations (Podcast)
Second to last video for the confidence challenge! It's been a long month but a good one. I'm so glad I did the challenge and this video is very important even if you haven't' watched them all. Trust yourself... Click to play! https://youtu.be/7NBhuGmSiag This week's worksheet: Confidence Challenge Week Five Worksheet Checklist for the challenge:… Continue reading How Trusting Yourself Means Confidence
"A ship in harbour is safe, but that's not what ships are made for..." Firstly, let me just say that we are allowed comfort zones. We are allowed to live and enjoy and value them, but it's advisable not to cling so tightly to your comfort zone that you never challenge yourself or grow. Stepping… Continue reading Comfort Zones and Confidence
Let's discuss the power of vulnerability and how discomfort is where we gain strength, trust and confidence in ourselves. Click to play! This week's worksheet to complete: Confidence Challenge Week Five Worksheet Don't forget that you can follow the Mindset Managed podcast on Spotify and Apple Podcasts! Check back tomorrow for another Confidence Challenge post!
When the going gets tough; when you're vulnerable, afraid, on display, and in danger, what do you do? Run, fight, or freeze?
*Part of the Identity Series* When I asked my grandparents who they are, they couldn't answer. When I asked them how they thought others would describe them, they suddenly could answer. When I asked my mom, she listed some great things about herself, but then she said other people think this and that about… Continue reading How Others See Us: Identity
Trusting yourself is tough, but could it be the very thing that sets you free? I believe that self-trust is what makes us strong, resilient, and successful. So, do you trust yourself?