After each night comes a day, after the winter–spring, after every crisis there’s a chance for revival. From a survival point of view, our ability to recover from crises quickly and efficiently is as crucial as our ability to endure the crises. Even more important, because there’s no meaning in survival if we don’t get back on track and move on toward our goals..
Meantime, due to the same crisis our world has changed, and we have changed. Now our transitioning to the next stage requires adaptability, creativity, and mindset upgrade. We need to overcome our fears, to transform our archaic limiting beliefs, and to build a stronger mindset, more resilience, inspiration, and faith.
As it’s said:
“Every morning in Africa, a gazelle wakes up, it knows it must outrun the fastest lion or it will be killed. Every morning in Africa, a lion wakes up. It knows it must run faster than the slowest gazelle, or it will starve. It doesn’t matter whether you’re the lion or a gazelle-when the sun comes up, you’d better be running.” ― Christopher McDougall, Born to Run: A Hidden Tribe, Superathletes, and the Greatest Race the World Has Never Seen
One of the ways to upgrade your mindset and develop sufficient skills is to experience a series of mindset coaching sessions, also known as generative coaching. This advanced methodology can help you deal with the challenges in life and recover quickly and efficiently after any crisis, by developing an advantage from the great resources of our own psyche and unconscious mind.
If we must describe the process of mindset modeling to rational engineers, it would sound like this: Uncertainty during any crisis kills motivation, right? But where does our motivation come from? What is it?
It’s a result of an intense inner desire, longing, striving to be, to have, to achieve. If there’s a desire, there’s a motivation. In order to restore our high motivation, we must evoke from deep within our identity an intense desire and passion in combination with other positive emotions.
Emotions– They come with clarity, empowering beliefs, and freedom to feel. Emotions are more powerful than logical and rational thinking. They are supreme unconscious resources. We can capitalize on them to create the desired mindset, then take relevant actions to achieve what we’re aiming for. It’s the chain reaction of mindset > actions > results, which determines our choices, behavior, and quality of life.
However, if we reverse the order, it turns out that to achieve peak results, we should pay attention to our mindset, constantly improving it. This is the reason why personal development and self-improvement are an important facet of the approach to life that the most prosperous people in the world apply. To them, setting meaningful goals, broadening their worldview, being aware of who they really are, and the extent of their capabilities, are all qualities of great significance. Because when the sun comes up, they’d better be running…