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Live Well

The pandemic put wellbeing at the top of many agendas. People now talk openly about mental health, in ways that were unthinkable a mere decade ago.

Here are some of the current issues, affecting a wide range of age-groups:
 

  • Virtual working: effects on family life, friendship, relationships
  • Exhaustion, overwhelm
  • Grief for what has been lost: whether that’s a desk at the office, a lifestyle of a loved one
  • Uncertainty about the future, how to navigate all the changes ahead
  • Loss of energy, sense of isolation
  • Re-inventing my work-life for more satisfaction and meaning
  • Specific challenges for students and young professionals whose lives have been impacted by the pandemic
  • Choices and dilemmas: career/business direction, geography, relationships
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Here are some of the current issues, affecting a wide range of age-groups:
 

          • Virtual working: effects on family life, friendship, relationships
          • Exhaustion, overwhelm
          • Grief for what has been lost: whether that’s a desk at the office, a lifestyle of a loved one
          • Uncertainty about the future, how to navigate all the changes ahead
          • Loss of energy, sense of isolation
          • Re-inventing my work-life for more satisfaction and meaning
          • Specific challenges for students and young professionals whose lives have been impacted by the pandemic
          • Choices and dilemmas: career/business direction, geography, relationships

Key SWA Insights / Approach

 

Acknowledge the loss of those reference points that have defined your self-esteem

A fresh understanding of self-worth unleashes new energy and fresh perspective

Establish routines of self-care as an expression of self-worth, rather than a condition of self-esteem

Translate your strengths into insights, so that you can rethink your future from a perspective of usefulness, rather than constant self-evaluation

Find your own voice, rather than living the life that others want you to live. Bring this voice into work life, romance, relationships and leisure

“To love yourself is the beginning of a lifetime romance”

– Oscar Wilde

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A deep sense of self-worth brings joy and freedom to life. By stepping off the hamster wheel of self-esteem, we rebound better from setbacks and find new meaning in what we do.

10 Life skills worth learning for more joy and freedom

  1.    Nurturing your resilience and energy: managing stress and anxiety
  2.    Building healthy routines for self-care and development, vs. being swamped by the needs of others
  3.    Shifting from self-assessment to living life more actively
  4.    Ending the energy drain associated with self-reproach
  5.    Learning to communicate needs and requests respectfully
  6.    Implementing healthy boundaries
  7.    Dealing with difficult people, strengthening self-worth
  8.    Packaging your strengths into insights, so that you can plan your career from a fresh perspective
  9.     Introducing yourself with impact, making the most of social situations
  10.  Choosing the people from which you take feedback

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ABOUT JOHN NILAND

Self-Worth Academy John Niland

John Niland is widely respected as a professional speaker, as well as being a coach, trainer and author and occasional guest lecturer at business-schools and professional associations. He is best known for his “value-centred” approach to issues in management and business-development, honed over a twenty-year career working with top professionals to enhance the value of their work.

In 2016, a series of personal events led him to write “The Self-Worth Safari”, a book and program to ignite self-worth in individuals and transform their careers, sales, confidence, and personal lives. In 2018, he established The Self-Worth Academy, a global network of professionals passionate about promoting self-worth (and self-awareness) as a foundation for life and work.

John’s previous books include “Hidden Value”, “100 Tips to Find More Time”, “Opportunity Conversations” and “The Courage to Ask” (co-authored with Kate Daly). He is a co-founder of the European Forum of Independent Professionals and previous CEO of Education for the Children, which works with families in Guatemala to break the cycle of poverty. He divides his time between Lisbon, Portugal, and London, England.

“I attended John’s value-based selling and pricing course (run by IPSE) and I was particularly impressed by John’s insights on value-based selling.”

SARAH PASCARU
Social Jooce

“John’s deep insights about value have brought tangible rewards to the sales team: at least $4 million in three years. Self-Worth enables sales professionals to achieve more”

THOMAS MOLNAR
VP Global Sales, Tomra Sorting Food