Posted on January 17 2019
We love to house workshops here and especially this one of Eve Remington's, she is great at empowering others and getting you to believe in yourself. Eve of www.everemingtoncoaching.com is holding her 'Be The Best Version Of You' Workshop here at Beaumont Organic, we caught up with her and got an insight into what her workshop is like. Have a read below for all her tips and tricks on how to be the better version of yourself.
Eve will guide you to discover where specific areas of your life are in or out of balance, and identify and prioritise goals that are really important to you. She will help you to create strategies to stay focused and learn how to overcome obstacles that keep you from achieving your goals.
So if you're aiming for a new year, new mindset, have a read of her blog below to find out more before joining in on her workshop.
How do you really feel about your life?
Do you ever miss parts of the old you or wish you felt differently in the future? Maybe you like how you used to look, behave or feel and even mourn parts of an old life you once lived. Maybe you felt younger, fitter, faster, more fun, more beautiful. Sometimes, this leaves us feeling a sense of loss of self. As time goes by, we all try new things, some work and some don't, occasionally we persevere and often we give up easily. How we feel about these experiences impacts on how we feel, our self esteem, self worth and how we see ourselves.
"Challenges are what make life interesting. Overcoming them is what makes life meaningful." - Marine Joshua
2019 - New Year, New You?
With the New Year starting, it is an amazing time to visualise all the opportunities and possibilities ahead! I personally use the start of the New Year to set myself new challenges, new goals, and decide how I want to feel during the next year, how I want to behave and what I want from those around me. However, if your mindset isn't very positive at the moment, it could feel like another is up on us, no different to any other. Our mindset is often defined by our parents, but as we grow, meet others, gain friends, have relationships, learn new things, engage with teachers, have new experiences, our mindset can change.
Everybody dies, but not everybody lives." - A. Sachs
You can improve your mindset, it is your choice
One of the main themes my coaching clients gain from me, is support to improve their mindset. Lots of people feel stuck, anxious about the future and unsure how to reduce their negative thoughts. We reflect on their beliefs and go deeply into exploring which are helping their growth, and which are holding them back.
I am a huge believer in taking action, and often I take action without enough thought! I remind myself that I am work in progress and learning all the time. One of the ways I keep training using the growth mindset is to choose the hardest option among the choices I have. Then I give everything to make it work, even if I end up feeling like it didn't go very well. By doing this, I am moving out of my comfort zone, in to my stretch zone and growing.
'Picture your brain forming new connections as you meet the challenge and learn." - Carol Dweck'
Dweck, author of Mindset: The New Psychology of Success, asserts that adopting a growth mindset can help us succeed more and be happier in our lives. I wanted to share some key tips to help you improve your mindset, in hope that you will be inspired to give it a go!
- Replace the word “failing” with the word “learning”
- Stop seeking approval, give yourself approval
- Value the process and journey over the end result
- Cultivate a sense of purpose
- Learn from the mistakes of others
If you change your mindset, you can change your life...
I am extremely excited to deliver one of my signature workshops around mindset, called 'Be the best version of you' in Manchester, at Beaumont Organic, on 3rd March, 11am - 3pm .
Join us for a day of self development, fun and personal growth!
Book here - https://www.beaumontorganic.com/collections/workshops-at-49-hilton-street/products/be-the-best-version-of-you-workshop