Conquer Your Obstacles in 8 Steps and Succeed
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Conquer Your Obstacles in 8 Steps and Succeed

Talyaa Vardar, MA, FCPC, PCC
Talyaa Vardar, MA, FCPC, PCC
Executive Coach, Psychologist & Art Therapist

Our personal and professional lives are full of challenges and setbacks, but through years of professional coaching and counseling, I have observed that those who master high performance are the ones who are able to consistently rally their emotional strength in the pursuit of their goals—no matter what gets thrown at them.

So, if you want to succeed in the stage of life and go beyond survival 101, I would like to encourage you to cultivate new habits towards developing emotional resilience. Through working with your inner coach you will conquer your obstacles and build a fulfilling successful life. Here are the 8 steps to Conquer Your Obstacles:

Steps to conquer your obstacles

  1. Stay present to emotions such as anger, fear, regret, and sadness to understand how they trigger you and what do you do after you have them. Then do one thing differently at a time despite your fear or your anger. This will allow you to learn to start managing those emotions better.
  2. Distance yourself from your stress triggers and ask what is the meaning of those triggers in your life? This will allow you to conquer your stress instead of letting it get in your way.
  3. Analyze past setbacks and make a list of your learning to come back even stronger.
  4. Pay attention to the feelings of others, but don’t let those feelings to burn you out.
  5. Renew yourself physically, mentally and emotionally periodically.
  6. Work on your conversational skills. Learn to express yourself in a professional manner.
  7. Build a strong support system. It is important you have people that are willing to support you when the time comes.
  8. Always make a priority to network no matter what your job is about. Don’t be shy in reaching out and connecting with people. Networking will enable you to learn what is going on outside your close circle and refresh your perspective.

 

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