How Your Environment Affects your Reality

Environment

Chaos or not?

Hello!

I’m known for being slightly disorganised, although not as much as in the picture. And for some reason I allow my environment to be less than useful and don’t do anything about it. This means that my results could be improved if I made a change. Does this apply to you as well, or are you fully in control of your environment?

Robert Dilts – a well known NLP Master Trainer, had a series of tools that allowed us to say at what level change is needed in order to get the results that we want. Environment is one of those levels and it can be about what is around you or the people that are around you. Its a pretty empowering level to make changes at – well it would certainly be empowering for me to change at this level. This is because my behaviour around my environment doesn’t fit with my knowledge and skills, my values and beliefs, or my identity or purpose.  I’m out of line!

Have a watch of the video below and then read further on to see if  you need to change your environment at all.

A positive environment  is different for everyone- it can be chaotic and disorganised and people will be very happy in it or it can be minimalist and they can be unhappy. It also includes the people around you.

My values for my business (click here if you want to work yours out) are determination, self care, fun and making a difference and the disorganisation that I have around me is not helpful in any way. I have people around me that are supportive and positive which is a very helpful environment in that sense.

Have a think about your surroundings and work out if they fit with who you are, what’s important to you  and will get you the results that you want. If not, then do something about it!

I’m happy to have a chat about it if you don’t know how to change your results, so click here to make an appointment or send me a message.

Until next week

Dr Bridget – helping you reflect on your environment.

 

 

 

2 replies
  1. Lesley Carley
    Lesley Carley says:

    Hi Bridget, thanks for the video. Always good to catch up with you and see your ‘prescription for success’. For me, being surrounded by the natural world is my intuitive grounding and soon helps to dissipate any negative feelings and emotions. Just a few minutes walking in the countryside, by a stream, listening to the birds, watching bees landing on flowers, sheep grazing or walking along a coastal path listening to the ocean for a few minutes each day, is sufficient to put ‘negatives’ into perspective and regain peace and harmony. I soon forget my anxieties and worries and feel ready to meet the day with a more positive approach!

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