On this episode of Unlocking Human Potential, San Diego Business and Life Coach Greg Clowminzer talks about acquiring a taste for reflection.
∙What happens for people when they become reflective?
∙ Why do some people have a hard time with reflection?
It's an important topic, with what's currently going on in the world where many people have been asked to stay home.
And, for a lot of people, they've really gotten a lot of benefit and value out of this time of reflection.
Yet there's also been people that have really struggled with that.
And so I want to talk a little bit about what happen for people when they're reflective.
And, what I'd like to invite anyone listening to this to take a reflective stance and to practice reflective listening.
Don't get hung up too much on anything that I'm saying, but to listen to it in a reflective way.
So what happens for people when they're reflective is that things tend to slow down for them.
So what happens for people when they are reflecting is it's actually really good for their system.
It lets people's nervous systems relax. It helps them rejuvenate. Keeping an open mind can be difficult for anyone yet sometimes even more so for people in transition.
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