Is there anything more important to entrepreneurs than mindset?
In this episode of The Richard Robbins Show, I sit down with Professional Certified Coach, Prosci Change Practitioner, CEO and Founder of The Momentum Institute, Vered Kogan.
Vered is a mindset coach with a deep passion for helping individuals release the mental and emotional obstacles that prevent them from achieving their goals and successfully adapting to change in their life.
“Oftentimes, change fails because of the human resistance to change,” Vered tells me. She continues to say, “It’s not because there’s not enough time or money or the idea isn’t great. People actually don’t resist change; people resist the transition.”
In this podcast, Vered explains why the transitionary moments during a period of change in your life are important to focus on. We talk about why negative emotions are powerful opportunities to learn about yourself and we discuss how your mindset can be trained by playing a quick, fun game.
As an added bonus, about midway through the podcast, join Vered and I in a live and interactive meditation session that will bring your feelings, intentions and awareness to the surface.
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What You’ll Learn In Today’s Episode
- What is the P.L.A.Y. Process Exercise?
- What is Vered’s Mindset Game?
- How to create a more positive and happy mindset
- The importance of heart-focused breathing and how to do it
- Why negative emotions must be listened to and how to understand them
- Why resisting change isn’t healthy for your mind or your body
- How to navigate change with grace during times of adversity, challenge and stress
Ideas Worth SharingThe change doesn’t start with the transition, the change first starts with an ending. We must let go of the old before we can move towards the new. This is a mental and emotional shift. Vered Kogan Click To Tweet If I believe that a change is a terrible thing, then clearly my body isn’t going to be very coherent. We must manage our inner system to be able to move towards change. Vered Kogan Click To Tweet Change is point A to point B. But between that there is a transition. For me to truly experience the benefits of any transition in my life, I need to be able to experience the psychological realignments of point A to point B. Vered… Click To Tweet
Resources in Today’s Episode
- Vered Kogan
- The Momentum Institute
- University of Toronto
- Power vs Force by David Hawkins
- The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
- Emma Koch
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