It’s visionary Tuesday. This means our psychological need for being recognized for opinions and beliefs get extra attention.
If you have a strong need for getting recognition for your beliefs, it’s very valuable to scan your inner beliefs around this and ensure that they serve your self-management in the best way. Often your mindset is influenced by inner beliefs which you unconsciously hold. These do not always serve us. If you scan them and you find out that they are not serving your self-management, I invite you to consciously choose others that serve you well. Your inner beliefs set you up a deeper level and influence your efficiency.
For example, if deep inside of you, you want to be recognized by ALL of your colleagues or your friends, you will experience a lot of frustration.
Here are some inner attitudes / beliefs that serve a healthy and productive self-management in relation to getting recognition for your opinions.
- I know and accept that we live in a world where people hold different opinions and beliefs and that’s OK.
- I am OK with the fact that different opinions can be held by the whole (be it a team, an organization, a parent reunion…)
- I remain curious and open to listen to the opinions of others to find alignment and move forward to a common goal.
These acceptances and attitudes help you not to be frustrated when not everyone agrees with your opinion AND help you to stay open and flexible in your discussions. Not loosing your openness along the way helps you to be more influential.
Inner beliefs and mindset are typically explored in an individual coaching process and are deep transformative work.
When you voice yourself and stand up for what you believe in, check your mindset first and make sure it serves your self-management in the best way. Doing this directly influences the impact of your leadership!
I wish you a valuable visionary Tuesday!
Nicole Heimann is an experienced and passionate Certified Professional Co-Active Coach (CPCC), Certified Neuro-Transformation Coach (CNTC), Certified Process Communication Model Coach, specialized in Conscious Leadership and Impactful Communication. Contact me at email@example.com
– Here’s the link to the introduction post of the 21-day challenge.
– Please note that the concept of psychological needs related to the PCM personality types is based on solid research and scientifically validated work done by Dr. Taibi Kahler. All content related to this are the proprietary rights of Taibi Kahler Associates, Inc. Nicole is a licensed and certified independent distributor of the Process Communication Model and all materials related thereto.