Grilling Leaders

Interview with Honni Hayton on Counselling for Resilient Mental Health

Mental health matters now more than ever, especially in the workplace. Building resilience by speaking to a counsellor when you need to process. “Suck it up, Princess” sounds catchy but it’s BAD advice! You take your car to the mechanic when it’s not running right; a counsellor can help when your life isn’t running right! Join the conversation as I interview counsellor Honni Hayton about how counselling helps and how EMDR is used to treat trauma and PTSD. (know anyone with that???) www.honnihaytoncounselling.com.au

Trish Jenkins is a motivational speaker who works with organizations that want to help their leaders and teams to unlock resilience, adapt to change and love leadership.

Pros and Cons of Joining a Board Interview with Julie Garland McLellan

 

Interested in boards or already on one? Here I interview board specialist Julie Garland McLellan on the joys and dangers of board membership. We also cover director's responsibilities for staff and their mental health as they work from home during Covid-19 and post-Covid. Julie is a keynote speaker, board specialist and consultant on governance to Corporates and NFPs.

Trump vs Biden outcome for Australia’s Stock Market

 

If you think the US election has nothing to do with the Australian stock market, think again. Each candidate will respond to world trade differently and that will affect Australia, particularly as China is once again our biggest trading partner. Join me as I question one of Australia's leading stock market analysts, Jody Elliss of Investor Centre

How to Raise Capital

Trish TV interviews Mindy Barker THIS WEEK on how to prepare for the "Shark Tank" of the real world! We cover 3 mistakes entrepreneurs make that put off capital investment and how to fix that. The seven essential tools required for investment. For small to large businesses, non-profits and corporations. Visit www.mindybarkerassociates.com for consulting and to find out more about her book "Pitching to Win: Strategies for Success".

Interview of Paul Skip Smith on his Resilient Leadership Experience

Paul “Skip” Smith has led and grown organisations for more than 20 years. He talks about the dynamic of leading volunteers as well as paid staff. He shares the journey and I pressed him on the toughest times and asked how he responded to them, including a controversial coup d’etat.
Betrayal can cause anxiety and depression. Paul shares his strategies to getting over that pain and remaining resilient.

Trish Jenkins is a motivational speaker who works with organizations that want to help their leaders and teams to unlock resilience, adapt to change and love leadership.

Build Resilience

Why saying “No” to coffee shop coaching is better for your results

Saying “No” to where you give or receive coaching matters. It’s trendy to meet in a coffee shop but you’ll only scratch the surface of what really matters. You are competing with distractions, disruptive noises and interruptions. It sends the message that you don’t really matter that much. Good coaching addresses serious issues that are causing stress and anxiety in your life or workplace, it can get emotional and raw. If you can’t meet somewhere quiet and private, your computer is the best place to connect. Over the internet, in the comfort of familiar surroundings, people can be more vulnerable. If it’s going to get to the heart of the matter, if there might be tears or prayers, things that really matter, keep the coffee shop for fun socialising.

John C. Maxwell’s Failing Forward propelled me from less than zero to international business

3 Books to change how you think, reduce anxiety and build resilience. These 3 books each came at the perfect time to build resilience in my life. One prepared me for unexpected change, one helped me cope through devastating trauma and imprisonment and one helped me overcome crippling anxiety in order to rebuild a future.

 

 There have been many books but these are ones I would recommend to anyone in business, anyone suffering anxiety and anyone who fears failure. My business would not be successful without the influence of these 3 books.

 

1. Who Moved My Cheese by Spencer Johnson, M.D.
2. Man's Search for Meaning by Viktor E. Frankl
3. Failing Forward by John C. Maxwell

3 Quick Tips to Mastering your Mind

Here are 3 questions you can ask yourself when you are tormented by negative thoughts. The strongest prison bars are in your head. Not every thought is yours. Sometimes they just fly in. You don’t have to own them.

 1. Where did it come from? Question the source. It often starts with a feeling that becomes a thought. When you listen to negativity it can make you agitated. Maybe you are tired, hungry or cranky. Maybe you’ve been scrolling down some unpleasantness on social media.

 2. Does it help me or hurt me? Does it encourage you or does it make you feel heavy or hurt and down, anxious and depressed? Is it making you feel angry at someone and you weren’t angry before? Chewing over the angry thought only creates more angry thoughts, like a bird that could fly over or you could let it build a nest in your hair. Don’t give it the attention that lets it stay.
If it hurts you you can do the exercise we did in another post “How to Answer Your Negative Thought in 2 Minutes Without Feeling Stupid” to reframe how you talk to yourself about it.

 3. Do I have to agree with it? NO you don’t! Maybe you were “hangry” – hungry and angry. I might feel like it but when I’ve had food, a drink and a rest, I may feel differently so the thought was not true. You can take that thought captive! Maybe it was a lie!

How you see determines how you succeed.

Trish Jenkins is a motivational speaker who works with organizations that want to help their leaders and teams to unlock resilience, adapt to change and love leadership.

How to Answer Your Negative Thought in 2 Minutes Without Feeling Stupid

When you mind is telling you you are too fat, too slow, not smart enough, bringing out your imposter syndrome, you can stop it triggering anxiety and your spiral into depression.

You can answer those thoughts without arguing with them. Just as running is more powerful than walking, so too speaking overpowers thinking. Here’s how to do it so your subconscious can believe it and stop the self-sabotage.

Trish Jenkins is a motivational speaker who works with organizations that want to help their leaders and teams to unlock resilience, adapt to change and love leadership.

1. Confession: I broke the rules for Grandma. 2. How to do it right

When that tiny 92 year old lady looked up at me, I couldn’t hold back. It was life giving, not life risking. I encourage you to contact your Grandies today and give them a virtual hug. They are starving for it and it will make you feel happier too.
When people are feeling lonely and isolated, stressed, anxious or depressed, a virtual hug can help release the endorphins that make us feel better, even when you are not together in real life.

Hilarious Response from Business and Professional Women!

 

Group review here! An amazing group of business women calling out their responses after Trish spoke to them about beating fear and building resilience, lessons from the lock-up.

Enjoy a giggle. When a topic is serious it's important to lighten it with humour so the audience is not overwhelmed but is instead, encouraged.

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