How are you feeling?
What are the Pandemic’s effects on your health?
Are you free-wheeling or struggling on the uphill?
Whether this past year has left you feeling like you’ve had a blow-out, or just a slow puncture, here red10’s Lisa Smith describes how our Wellbeing Wheel may help get you free-wheeling again.
One thing impacts another
Our body, mind, relationships and habits, our work and even our sense of who we really are (spirit to some) are not simply stand-alone components that can be broken or fixed separately. We are holistic beings and when one part goes wrong, it is likely to impact another.
This is just like your car or your bike. If the tyre pressure is low, or the wheels aren’t balanced, it impacts the smooth easy ride you usually enjoy.
If one or two spokes of your wheel buckle, it impacts the whole performance of your bike, and may cause long term damage to other parts.
That’s why I built all eight spokes into red10’s Wellbeing Wheel, when I created it.
Getting by with a slow puncture
You will probably get away with a slow puncture – for a while. You can keep getting off your bike to reinflate it but, at some point, you are going to have to get it repaired.
Yet if you don’t get the small problems fixed, or if you have a blowout, you will have to call someone to come and help quickly.
Blow-out or just need oil?
Have you had a full blowout?
Perhaps you just need some fine tuning and some oil on your chain?
We are all feeling the physical impact of this unprecedented pandemic.
By working through the eight spokes of the red10 Wellbeing Wheel, you can help identify – for yourself which aspects of your LIFE need immediate attention. We offer practical support that you can start working with immediately, helping you feel better.
How about taking these next steps?
A Read the three questions on each spoke here, giving yourself a score 0(Low) to 10 (High)
B Read the full article for your lowest spokes and choose to take action
Why not treat your team to a 45 min session?
Every individual in your team will:
- Self-diagnose having understood all the spokes
- Co-coach and take action
- Know that you truly care for them
Be really kind to yourself – times are tricky.