in Transit: in the process of being transported; an act, or instance of passing through or over.
Kübler-Ross Model defines the stages of grief.
These are the psychological stages we go thru after an event and before we achieve a certain regular normalcy. It is important to learn from this experience so that we can understand how and why it happened (the event) what were the effects on us (self), and how we felt and how we handled it (physical, psychological, confidence). The transition or change model can be applied to many different defining events in our life. This is a learning opportunity only if you engage in its analysis.
Pavlov Classical Conditioning
in time we will realize that a sounds, smell, a similar event or a topic of conversation can trigger emotions and feeling on us, some in the likes anxiety or fear. Without being fully conscious of it, the event and the consequences have produced a conditioned response. With time and awareness you can take action to liberate yourself from the association between these events and move on from the construct that was created previously. This creates a new normalcy, as we are are product of our thoughts.
B.F. Skinner Operant Conditioning
This type of behavioral observation and behavior management is what it is used by organizations to design processes to reach desired outcomes and decrease undesired behaviors (R+, R-, P+, P-). However, individuals, specially children are very susceptible to operant conditioning as this is the stage were we learn how the world around us works, later to find out that the world is much bigger and that there are infinite number of possible behaviors and outcomes (Culture and Problem Solving). The interesting thing about Operant Conditioning is that the outcome of a previous behavior will be used as the information for the next behavior transaction (bias set up). It has been defined that there are 4 ways each outcome or results can have an effect on the individual performing it and your motivation to do it again.
Every Action is Connected to the Next!
Coaching can propel you forward:
Learn to adapt and cope with challenging transitions,
Determine what’s important for the next chapter of their lives,
Define goals and develop a plan for making them a reality,
Uncover obstacles and patterns that may be sabotaging their success and blocking their fulfillment,
Push beyond these barriers so they can achieve their goals,
See that you have the power to live their life according to their values and purpose,
Work toward greater fulfillment and personal transformation,
Be better prepared for future transitions,
Lead happier, more successful lives.
Not everything in life happens in the way you want it and when you want it. You have hit a wall and you feel like you want to blame it on the wall. I hear you, I been there before myself. There is a way out of the descending spiral, there is light at the end of the tunnel. You may be not proud of what happened at this given moment, but your future is yet to be written!