Mar 11, 2021
Alison Butters talks about her experience in transitioning from hiding from her own “professional cloak” to being seen. There are a lot of people who are uncomfortable with the idea of being seen and showing personal vulnerabilities because of the three things:
Lack of self-worth,
Issue in credibility,
And, other people’s opinions
The facilitators also have their own “wounds” which makes credibility and authenticity in performing the work questionable. There is this struggle in resolving own struggles and having to help other people dealing with the same problems in the corporate world. Valuing the quality of your own work is the fastest way in learning and transforming self-worth.
In dealing with people’s opinion, it is important to know which ones should be valued more because it doesn’t necessarily define the self-worth of a person. It opens up an opportunity in resiliency against the bad opinions and learning more about the self. The idea of self-evolution is taking a step in fighting the war within the self to self-actualisation.
Alison Butters a Certified Life Coach and NLP Practitioner, recognized by the Association for Professional Coaching. Along with Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP) I use Hypnosis and Timeline Coaching. I want to help my clients to experience their own eudaimonia . This is an unique to each person as their own fingerprint and therefore defined on each individuals own terms.
Check out Alison's blog post on this topic! Find it here: