Life Planning & Self Discovery

The Inner Source of Stress: The Secrets of Mental Well-Being Part 3 of 5

In this third installment of the Secrets of Mental Well-Being series, we are exploring the inner sources of stress using four simple insights based on neuroscience and cognitive psychology. Based on these insights, we will introduce the “trigger log” to take a closer look into your deep-rooted beliefs and begin to understand how this affects getting your needs met on a daily basis.

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Introducing the Stress Meter: The Secrets of Mental Well-Being Part 2 of 5

In this second installment of the Secrets of Mental Health series, we are introducing the “stress-meter” which is a tool you can use to measure how effective or ineffective your inner state-of-being is over time.

Our unique model helps identify how frequently and with what strength your stress, anxiety and other factors affect your overall inner state-of-being on a day-to-day and long-term basis. It also provides a barometer by which to identify improvement and change as a result of your self-discovery efforts.

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Life is Short: Simple Actions that Support Your Values

Every once in a while we’re brought face-to-face with the fact that life is short and unpredictable, and each day we let go by is gone forever. While making big life changes can be daunting, what if you had an easy way to bring your life more in line with your core values in just a few minutes each day? Our latest blog post introduces five simple exercises you can do in 5 to 15 minutes to start living a more values-based life today, no matter how busy you are.

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How to Change a Negative Behavior Pattern

At Nahid Coaching & Mentoring, one key lesson we keep coming back to is around negative behavior patterns and how they are often driven by a deeper negative belief system. For example, procrastination might be the result of a set of beliefs ranging from, “I do my best work under deadline pressure” to “I don’t have what it takes to do a good job right now” or “other people are not allowing me the time I need to get this done”. On the surface these might sound like lame excuses, but a pattern of procrastination can be very hard to escape, creating a feeling of being trapped in the habit. Regardless of how lame the “excuses” may sound, they are often real enough to control one’s behavior.

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