Daily Inspiration

The desire to control and not be controlled is so great in many people that it often overrides caring about self and others. When you feel pulled at by someone to do what they want, do you go into automatic compliance or resistance? Next time you feel the pull, stop and ask yourself, "What is in my highest good, to do what this person wants or not?" This way you are making your own choices rather than being controlled by the other person or by your resistance.

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Workplace

supportive work environmentWelcome to the workplace help and advice section of our Learning Center!

Inner Bonding can help resolve any issue you may be experiencing at work, whether as an individual or in relationships with co-workers, employees, or employers. Here are some common workplace situations where we can successfully apply Inner Bonding:

Communication Breakdowns and Conflict Resolution: Inner Bonding can help you address miscommunication, resolve disputes, promote collaboration, and build stronger working relationships among co-workers and team members.

Change Management and Career Transitions: Apply Inner Bonding to help you navigate organizational changes with resilience and adaptability, including any job transitions.

Performance Anxiety: Inner Bonding dissolves anxiety and helps you access authentic self-confidence at work.

Feedback and Criticism: Inner Bonding helps you constructively process feedback and foster a growth mindset and sustainable career improvement.

Work-Life Balance and Burnout Prevention: Use Inner Bonding to set boundaries and manage stress, promoting overall well-being.

Team Dynamics: Inner Bonding cultivates positive team dynamics, cooperation, and a supportive work culture.

Explore our workplace-focused articles and discover how to use Inner Bonding to improve and enrich your work experience!

 

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DAILY INSPIRATION

The desire to control and not be controlled is so great in many people that it often overrides caring about self and others. When you feel pulled at by someone to do what they want, do you go into automatic compliance or resistance? Next time you feel the pull, stop and ask yourself, "What is in my highest good, to do what this person wants or not?" This way you are making your own choices rather than being controlled by the other person or by your resistance.

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