Most of us have probably started to notice a small shift in weather. Temperature is dropping, days are slowly getting shorter and the leaves are changing colors. Although Fall can come with so much beauty, it can also be a reminder that winter is just around the corner. For some winter means snow, skiing and skating and for others it may mean their moods are going to shift.
Confidence is so important to who we are and what we do. Being more confident means that we trust ourselves more which reduces our imposter syndrome and self-doubt. Here are a few things you can do to remind yourself that you are an amazing individual.
So, you took the time to reflect on what connection means to you and how you seek connection. Today, you will learn a handful of strategies that can help you increase your sense of connection to others.
Historically, it appears that when an athlete experiences an injury, regardless of their level of performance, the attention is automatically focused on the physical and visible aspect of the injury. It appears that little attention is paid to the psychological experience encompassing student-athletes internal thoughts and feelings. Tracey (2003) pointed out that when recovering from an injury, both men and women collegiate student-athletes experience various emotions, such as anxiety, fear, confusion, and even anger.
Feeling like we belong and are connected to others is important. This is why today, you will reflect on what connection looks like to you.
Transitioning back to your usual schedule after taking some time off, whether it be for a vacation or other reasons, can be challenging. Today, you will learn strategies to help you get back on track.
"Almost everything will work again if you unplug it for a few minutes, including you"-Anne Lamott
We should all be able to embrace and celebrate who we are without fear. Here are some actions you can take today to do exactly that!
Are you living authentically? Are you showing-up as yourself and for yourself every day? Are you acknowledging and hornoring your truth? Are you living by your beliefs and values?