Small Big Things

(Estimated reading time 3 minutes)

This week I’ve been made aware again that it’s often the small things that make the difference between feeling like things are going well and they’re not or feeling like you’re coping or you’re not.

Some months back, I was having a particularly hard time and chose to do something small that had quite a significant impact on me. As a result of that one afternoon, I decided to enroll in a course that will help me keep learning, growing and moving forward. The work I did that afternoon also enabled me to feel like I could start looking forward with hope and energy instead of feeling trapped by what was difficult in the present. My reflections that day didn’t fix everything, but they gave me the strength to see something different and the confidence to take a few significant steps that will change the second half of 2020 for me.

As a result, I am excited to share with you that I have put together something that will help guide you through the same process I went through. If you would like to feel more hopeful about the second half of 2020 and more confident in your ability to navigate the changes and challenges the coming months will bring, then Elevate Your Coping Capacity is for you. You can go at your own pace with as much or little detail as you like. You’ll be guided by my questions and learn more about my personal experience in doing this study. Are you intrigued? Check out the video below for more information.

If you’re interested in doing this study, e-transfer $25 (CAD) to sue@beyondtheshadow.blog and you’ll receive Elevate Your Coping Capacity in your inbox. You’ll also have the opportunity to book a one-hour virtual coaching session with me (at no additional cost) to deepen the learning after you’ve completed the study.

My Top 3 Photos This Week

My top three photos this past week are all reflection photos.

If you’d like to connect with me about anything in this blog post, you can do that here.

Sue Das, CPCC, ACC, B Soc Sc (SW)

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