Is there an end to self-improvement?

When will I be able to say “now I am finally self improved“? I have started reading self-improvement books sometimes around the age of 10. There was this column in my teenage magazine called “Ask Sally “. I was an avid reader of this column. Each time a new issue came out of my magazine, I would go to read Sally’s column first. She seemed to have an answer to everything! One day I asked her a question and she invited me for a meeting. It was a huge disappointment!! I didn’t meet a cool young lady near my age. She was a middle-aged woman, and she didn’t know everything. This was it a huge blow to my confidence in self-improvement. Many years later I know that this is about an “attraction factor”. Everyone who is there to help others has something to offer to someone. That lady helped many. For me, I had to find another way at that time.

I would like to help people to become resilient to difficult situations at work. If you are grappling with a bully at work or you have in the past, if you know what it means feeling powerless, if your energy is running low, if you don’t know what to do, I’d like to talk to you. Together, we can set out a NeuroCoaching plan and action it.

You don’t need self-improvement. You already are perfect. Let’s remove the veils that prevent you from seeing it. Let’s “re-wire” your brain 🧠 to get rid of old programming and install new programs that will be more useful to help you find you own path to freedom.

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Published by Jitka Horcickova

You know how some people get bullied in the workplace? And sometimes flashbacks from the past are haunting them even years after they left that situation? Well, what I do is to help them remove the emotional charge from their traumatic experiences and find their path to freedom.

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