The Best Results Come From Our Natural State
Angus has some trouble getting his words out but does a little dance to loosen himself up. When he finally does get his words out he has a good point. Wellbeing is the new differentiator for the England football team. The coach is seeing how when the players are having fun and enjoying life this impacts their performance. So even though the current team isn’t as good as the previous team on paper, they are performing better as a result of this new culture of fun and wellbeing. This applies to all of us. We are our best selves when we don’t take ourselves too seriously and enjoy life in the moment. This is the opposite of being serious and trying hard. Instead, letting go and dropping into our natural state, the easiest thing ever, is actually what also gets the best results. I spent so much of my life doing the opposite of this. Angus is much more of a natural when it comes to enjoying life and having fun. I used to look down on this and think I was better because of my seriousness. Now I see he has had it right all along, and I am so glad I have joined his camp rather than him joining mine! What do you see about this in your life?
Rohini and Angus are both coaches. They work with individuals, leaders, and organizations to increase performance and success. They also love working with couples and helping them reduce conflict and discord so they can experience more love and harmony in their relationships. They co-facilitate individualized three-day couples intensives that support the deepening of connection and understanding. They work with couples who are struggling and couples who would like to deepen the love and intimacy they already have. Rohini is the author of Marriage (The Soul-Centered Series Book 1) and founder of The Soul-Centered Series: Psychology, Spirituality and the Teachings of Sydney Banks being offered in Santa Monica, California starting October 2018. You can also subscribe to her weekly blog that includes this weekly Vlog on her website, rohiniross.com.