Is Your Head in the Shed?
I said to someone the other day “My head’s in the shed!”
I don’t know if this is a UK expression but we certainly hear a lot of this statement in Wales.
When we say, “My head is in the shed,” what do we mean?
It’s an interesting metaphor and in this week’s Prescription for Success I discuss what we mean by this statement and how we can help ourselves. Watch the video and let me know what you think.
“My head is in the shed!” – What do we mean by this statement?
Do we mean that we are confused, that we are stressed, disorientated or overwhelmed? There is no real answer because when we say it we have our own reasons for saying it.
If your head is in the shed then it’s separate from the rest of you and you feel that you need to look for it as it’s important to you.
You may consider the reasons why your head is in the shed.
For me, I think it was because I was a little overwhelmed and had a lot going on for me. So I went to stopped and considered what the problem was and what I needed to do to deal with the overwhelm and gave someone a ring for some help.
If your ‘head is in the shed’ then look for the reasons and ask for help if you are not able to get your head out of the shed because being in the shed isn’t the best place, is it?
If you need some help with this then get in touch with me because we can get this sorted easily so that you can move forward with you head in the right place
Dr Bridget – with my head in the right place.
P.S. I’m running an NLP course in February/March 2022 – a great way to get to know yourself and increase your confidence in working with others. Here’s a link to the course information where you can also download a brochure for dates and prices.