Nietzsche’s claim that “what does not kill me makes me stronger” has great intuitive appeal, and many of us believe that experiencing hardship and troubles can leave us in a better place than we were before. Scientists have become increasingly interested in studying the positive life changes that people report in the aftermath of highly stressful life events. This notion has been referred to with many different names, but the construct is most commonly referred to by scientists as adversarial growth, post traumatic growth, stress-related growth, altruism born of suffering and benefit finding.
With the end of the year insight, now is the time to take stock of what matters most to you and your career, and how you can find balance and reward in harnessing your strenths and bolstering your skills in the employment market place. Vision setting and support can help you achieve greater heights in 2019.
If you are interested in coaching as a way to support you in your life and work, and wanted to work with Albany Lane this year, please get in touch about new packages, including a one-off vision setting workshop to inspire you to change.