Last week Dagmar talked to you about roles.
Which roles do you have, which are good and which are maybe not?
Have you already disposed of roles to make room for new ones?
Welcome to the Emotional Connectivity Podcast from the Talent Management Academy.
One role can be the victim role. Today I would like to share with you a sentence
from Mathias Varga von Kibet.
The victim is not in the room but room in the victim.
What is that? What do you mean by that?
Are you a victim? Or are you Frank, Melina, Lisa, Rolf, Dagmar?
Is there more to you than being a victim?
How does one become a victim? Who determines whether you are a victim or not?
Could that be a way of thinking? Many questions.
Here’s my tip to you. If you feel like someone who has had a lot of trouble, then put it that way for yourself.
I got a lot, but….
But also formulate everything else that makes you special.
I can paint well, I can sing well, I can listen well. I have a family I have friends.
I have succeeded, I am well connected with…. etc.
Look at what is beautiful in your life and perceive it consciously.
Write it down and read it often.
Be more aware of beautiful moments and maybe pack them in consciously with all your senses.
You are you with everything that is good about you and with everything that you can do better.
You are good the way you are. – Say it out loud: I am me and I am good the way I am!
Finally, my favorite phrase – You are only a superhero if you think by yourself you are super.
Have a great day and have fun you, superheroes.
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