Helping people make better choices about their psychological health and wellbeing
Grow the skills that will enable you to activate a resilient work and lifestyle.
Grow the skills that will enable you to make better choices about your relationships, health and well being.
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I am Anna Rowley
I’ve worked as a consulting psychologist to some of the most innovative tech-companies in the world. Some, like Microsoft are huge companies with a global footprint, others are start-ups led by passionate founders who want to change the world. I’ve learned much from these experiences. In particular how the most successful executives, founders and entrepreneurs are resilient, and are able to make positive choices about their psychological health and well being. Now I want to bring these insights, skills and technologies to you.
Feeling invisible is a painful experience. It’s often related to the belief that we are ‘not enough’ as we are, or that we are an imposter: the constant fear someone in authority will tap us on the shoulder and say they made a mistake hiring, promoting, or just being friends with us. How do we give ourselves the gift of being found, or of being enough?
As much as we lionize persistence, and use determination or having ‘grit’ as a cultural yardstick, disengaging, or making a choice not to persist may just be the best thing for you, and rather than suggesting some personal failing, represents instead the characteristic of being resilient.
The Japanese have a word for it: KonMari. A discipline of tidying our belongings so that we keep ‘only those things that speak to the heart, and discard items that no longer spark joy’. This simple method has sparked a revolution in choosing what to keep and what to discard in our homes. Why not use the same philosophy for self-care?