When we feel, we vibrate. We get a buzz when we feel good and when we’re low we feel gloomy. On entering a busy meeting room, we immediately pick up a vibe and this, more often than not determines which way the meeting will go.
When we vibe high and feel good, there’s little or no resistance to change.
We have enabling thoughts and beliefs. We feel motivated and enthusiastic about our work and can experience real joy. We’re truly brilliant and achieve great things from here.
When our vibe is low from social pain, we feel heavy and we resist.
We feel isolated. Rejected. Misunderstood. We have limiting beliefs and unhelpful thoughts. We might feel overwhelmed by our workload. We might doubt our ability to do the job. Worry can escalate into fear and despair. We’re functioning, but we’ll never fulfill our true potential from here.
A low vibe from social pain can quickly spread from the individual, through the team and entire organisation. This can have a hugely detrimental effect on the bottom line.
Unless we address our social pain in an environment that feels safe enough for us to do so, it’s very difficult to move forwards and business can stagnate.