28th of October 2013 was my first TEDx experience and I have to say it was a very inspiring one! With the theme “Do something out of nothing”, #TEDxBrussels 2013 brought on stage amazing speakers, all sharing great ideas. The areas touched by the them were diverse, but they all have something in common: science. Be it education, youth unemployment, music, food, protecting animals, technology, they all proved that we live in a world that is constantly changing, evolving, and has more opportunities to offer than ever before!
Last week I got the chance to deliver an excellent training to almost 30 people from the Romanian Public Administration. It was great to talk to them and discover what the issues are in their organizations. The training was about Time Management and Stress Management.
I got the chance to apply myself Time Management techniques because we only had 9 hours available in 3 days and I had to focus on what’s important and do my best to help them practice during the training what they learned. We had fun, we learned a lot and we also relaaaaaaxed in the last day.
As a coach I help people reach their objectives. But sometimes we get stuck in the process because the client cannot fully focus on the future objectives: he/she is too focused on today’s problems and on the negative emotions that he/she lives daily.
And the negative emotions do not let us live fully our present and future beautiful experiences!
A “clean up” of the negative emotions and getting the learnings as resources for the future is what you need in order to be able to let some of those emotions go away. It does not mean that you will not feel anything anymore, it means that you will release what you don’t need and start your journey towards your objectives with a “light backpack”.
How could you learn the name of a person? How could you remember that name?
I always had issues in remembering names, but for someone the name is the most important thing: it’s his identity and is linked to the core of the person. Using the name we value that person and we create a personal relationship.