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In my role as a coach, I work with inspiring entrepreneurs and startup leaders on helping them strengthen their Inner Coach voice.
You’re probably familiar with the concept of an Inner Critic. The Inner Coach is the identity we talk less about, though one which is essential to overcoming challenges and making the most of our Inner Critic – a voice that has a fundamental and critical function, but at times can be too harsh and counterproductive.
Each of us has an Inner Coach voice and the capacity to strengthen it.
A quote to keep in mind
“Sometimes courage is a quiet voice at the end of the day saying, ‘I will try again tomorrow’.”
– Mary Anne Radmacher, writer and an artist
How to strengthen your Inner Coach voice
One word – journaling. It’s one of the most easily accessible techniques to help us develop a more symbiotic, non-ruminative relationship with our own mind. Journaling empowers us to solve our own challenges, without feeling like we’re burdening others. It provides us with a non-judgmental forum to process our own thoughts and feelings.
But journaling can be quite daunting – “What do I write about?”
Throughout these newsletters, I have been sharing with you various mini journaling frameworks – sets of questions to help you access your Inner Coach more easily. As these frameworks accumulated, I decided to put them together into a set of two journals called – The Startup Journals. Please take a sneak peek at them and let me know if you’d like to give them a go.