Connect Consulting is not about providing you psychotherapy. It is about providing you with mentoring, encouragement and coaching. People who want to work on issues like depression or anxiety would be better off working with a therapist until they have reached some sense of resolution around these issues and feel like they are in a strong emotional state to move forward with their lives. On the other hand, if you already feel like you are in a healthy place, emotionally speaking, but you just want to get out of a professional and/or personal "rut," or achieve higher goals/ tasks then Connect Consulting may be just the right option for you.
Our Experts will Chat online , give you email support , talk to you on the phone, meet you face to face on the net.
Break it down into actual facts: "Iam not finding a suitable job" I don't like my existing job" "Should I be an engineer, doctor or a painter" My Business is falling apart" I smashed into a car... have to go to court...I may be fined;" "my wife has left me...my life is changing...I have to find somewhere else to live." Ask the question, "what is the worst that can come of this and how will it actually affect me?" Breaking the "whole picture" into small realities can diminish the trauma you may be feeling in reaction to what has happened.
Make an Action List
Construct a list of things you can do to change the troubles/challenges coming at you. Address single items separately, perhaps on a separate day. You may find the trouble breaks down, like water eroding a sand bar.
Worry Is an Enemy
Worry is like a fast getaway...on a rocking horse; lots of internalized "huff and puff" but no achievement--just churning thoughts about potential events. Note that worries always increase at night.
Talk to experts (Something we Indians are not used to, wrong advice can ruin life's)
An old adage goes, "There isn't no gain without pain." Samuel Rogers' poem Jacqueline (1814) reads, "The good are better made by ill, as odors crushed are sweeter still." It's been said elsewhere," The pathway to achievement is never without trouble/challenge. Accept trouble/challenge along the pathway as the norm. It's all part of the journey." Sir Edmund Hillary, first to ascend Everest, wrote a book called, "Nothing Venture, Nothing Win" (1975). Hillary accepted various challenges as part of the process of getting to the top. Life is like that. Trouble or difficulty or an challenge might reflect the value of a mission.
Acceptance and considering a contrary perspective about trouble/challenge (a divine element, a process for ultimate good) can radically alter the impact events may be having on your emotions and thinking.
Many people wrongly believe that circumstance, such as wealth, a good job, a gorgeous wife, equals "quality of life." This is a falsehood. Human thinking is what dictates quality of life, because life is primarily experienced through the mind. Our brain responds to external events and stimuli. What happens to us is less important than how we think about it.
Troubles/ Challenges Is Sometimes a Blessing in Disguise
Bad experiences can help us grow stronger and more mature. Trouble/challenge deepens perspective. Sometimes God uses trouble/challenge to shake us out of our comfortable places to lead us to others in stranger places where we might help them or they might teach us. View troubles/challenges in your life as an opportunity for change, for personal development. The troubles/challenges you are experiencing might have a divine edge.
Trouble Grows or Diminishes According to Thinking
How you view trouble/challenge (as always bad -- something to complain about -- or with a flip side) will affect how you cope. Your mindset will dictate the quality of your life. Having a wider perspective or accepting troubles as part of a process will give you peace amid troubles in life.
If you interview one connect consultant online and find that you do not click well with that individual, the good news is that you are not compelled to hire that individual. After all, you will be investing your time, energy, commitment and money in your relationship with your Connect coach, so it is vitally important for you to feel compatible with that person, because you need to be able to work well together. Therefore, do not get discouraged if the first Connect coach you interview and consider hiring does not seem to be a good fit for you. Keep interviewing and searching until you find a Connect coach with whom you really click.
The value of coaching is crucial in today's world more so because of the rapid speed of the information and technology age. In the age of acceleration, if you don't "keep up with your peers" you may just fade away for lacking essential knowledge to advance yourself or your organization.
A coach, therefore, is instrumental in the following three areas
1. The Elusive World of Ideas
2. Your Choices and Actions
3. To critically assess your current world
It is an International norm to get experts advice when needed, some how we Indians do not do so ; result we pay a heavier price later for having acted upon some plain wrong advices and freaky suggestions. Everyone of us is a victim to unsolicited advice, Now to change it all here is one opportunity. At Connect India we help you to see the many open doors in the world personally or professionally. Make you realize life is rich.. help you come at the right decisions, set goals, achieve success or by chance you have got into troubles we help you find a way out of it.
Well we at Connect India help you in all of life situations through our highly qualified Connect Coaches from diversified backgrounds (Guided by Padma Bushan Professor N.S.Ramaswamy founder Director IIM Bangalore ), we will provide you the best mentoring service to help you achieve your goals or overcome your difficulties.
1. T.S.Srivathsaa Prime Driver Connect India, 2. Ms Usha Keith Kent, HRD Consultant and Trainer, 3. Dr. C.V.Shastry, Director and CEO, Cosmic Industrial Laboratories Ltd., Mr. J. S. Pant, Advocate and Consultant in Corporate Laws 5. Dr. Ashok Patil, Psychological Counselor. 6. Rishi Aum Praharaj (Mentor) Ex CEO Bharati TeleSoft Ltd.