Feel sublime for a while

In a time of uncertainty it’s useful to access your inner strength as well as put on the lens of Pronoia.  Pronoia is a delusion that others think well of one.  Actions and the products of one’s efforts are thought to be well received and praised by others. Mere acquaintances are thought to be close friends, politeness and pleasantries are taken as expressions of deep attachment and promise of future support. (Goldner)

Pronoia cuts through the blinkers of fear, resentment, and unworthiness allowing truth to be better seen.

If you want to make good decisions, feel more contented and strengthen relationships, employ Pronoia to help you replace statements like  “What if [insert something bad] happens?”….with…”What if [the bad thing] doesn’t happen?”.

In most situations the latter is more likely… when we look at facts.

The future is uncertain. It will hold whatever it will hold.  We can’t stop reality moving forward. But we can act responsibly, increase the quality of our decisions and enjoy life – not hold life at a distance.

So view your world through the lens of Pronoia, and feel sublime for a while.

Enjoy the better decisions and relationships that result. 

And while you’re at it, check out the WHO Getting the workplace ready for covid-19 procedures. Easy and straightforward and suitable for your workplace. WHO has done the work for you.

Some earlier posts:
–> The future is in our hands
–> Silence impacts resilience
–> This shocks and appalls me
–> Stockmarket? Coronavirus? What the?

Jennifer is a business and executive coach who helps leaders use the wisdom of their heart to turn their strategies into remarkable results. Call her to discuss your needs +61 439 520 182.