For all of you interested in Personal MBA coaching, it’s definitely on the agenda moving forward. Look for additional information here on the blog in the coming weeks. I expect to start coaching after the launch of the new Personal MBA reading list, and will release detailed information about how to sign-up then.
In addition to my work revising the reading list, I’m in the process of educating myself about personal coaching. (After all, if I’m going to ask you to pay me for my perspective, I’m going to do my absolute best to ensure you get your money’s worth.) While reading a book about executive coaching, I came across a set of eleven mental models from the realm of psychotherapy that I thought you’d enjoy.
Albert Ellis’ Irrational Beliefs are eleven indications you’re being completely unreasonable with yourself. By recognizing them, you can save yourself a lot of unnecessary worrying, insecurity, and heartache.
Here they are:
I certainly recognize myself in a few of those beliefs, particularly #2. Where are you being unreasonable with yourself?
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