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How to shift your Mindset in Trying Times?

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Womenlines takes pleasure to share about Leadership Agility Coach Yeo Chuen Chuen as an Influencer at Womenlines panel. She is sharing incredible content every month with Womenlines’ readers, which can help them to develop agility mindset. This month Yeo Chuen Chuen is sharing great insights about how to shift the mindset in trying times, in the video shared above!

1. Maintaining mental and emotional wellbeing during trying times is possible.

2 Focus on areas within your control for e.g. taking care of your health, make good food choices, continue to learn and grow.

3. Identify areas which you can be thankful for.

4. Safe distancing doesn’t mean disconnecting socially – we are still connected by technology.

5. Helping others is also a good way to shift your mindset from a ‘victim’ to a ‘player’.

Yeo Chuen Chuen is a multiple award-winning executive coach based in Singapore working with clients in both government and private sectors. She has served clients from more than 30 countries across 5 continents since 2013. She has extensive experience working with a wide range of business leaders from various industries, coaching them to develop the agility mindset.Yeo Chuen Chuen was named one of “Asia’s most talented coaching leaders” in 2019 and again named “Top 101 Global Coaching Leaders” and “Women Super Achiever” in 2020.

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