9th January, 2024

The Three-Step Plan for Getting Your Sh*t Together

With Rachel Morris

Dr Rachel Morris

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So you’ve got a problem, maybe a relationship issue at work or difficulties managing your workload. You’ve talked about it with friends, but the solution won’t present itself. Often the problem isn’t that we lack solutions, but rather that we haven’t fully understood what the problem is in the first place.

In this quick dip episode, Rachel shares her three-step model to help you identify and address the real problem you’re facing. It involves recognising we have choices, embracing our human needs and limitations, and thinking differently.

If we keep doing what we’ve always done, we’ll continue getting the same results. But changing our mindset can give us confidence and the ability to approach situations from a fresh perspective.

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Reasons to listen

  • To discover how to identify and solve the underlying problems that are driving you mad and hindering your progress
  • To learn why focusing on resilience alone might not address the real issues causing stress and underperformance
  • For a practical model that will help you make the right choices, embrace your human needs, and think differently to achieve better outcomes

Episode highlights


What’s the real problem?


Making the right choices


Be human


Think differently


Putting the three Cs into practice


What language are you using?


The Shapes Toolkit

Episode transcript

[00:00:00] Rachel: Have you ever had a problem, perhaps an issue with a relationship at work or managing your own workload or something going on that you can’t quite put your finger on that is driving you mad and you just can’t find a solution? And you have conversation after conversation about it with friends and then one day you suddenly realize it’s all become clear because you finally realize what the actual problem really is. [00:00:24] So many of us think that we can’t solve issues and problems, particularly around performance and resilience and stress, because we don’t have…

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