Some days, do you leave work energized and excited by the day’s activities and on other days you feel mentally, physically, and emotionally exhausted as you head home? Have you ever contemplated the cause of those divergent feelings? The Core Energy Process at the heart of the iPEC coaching model provides an explanation.
The Core Energy Construct developed by Bruce D. Schneider identifies the two main types of energy:
- Catabolic-destructive, resistant energy—victim or conflict.
- Anabolic energy-constructive, expanding, and fueling type of energy—see opportunities and have compassion and care for yourself and the world.
Your core thoughts, emotions, and actions that relate to how we see ourselves, those around us and the world itself make up our core energy. In turn, our core energy shapes our attitude and life philosophy. Basically…how we show up in our homes, workplace, and communities.
Join Tamara Konrade and Steve Wyckoff as they discuss the six areas that impact core energy: spiritual, mental, emotional, physical, social, and environmental and how the Core Energy Coaching process can help people change and re-design their beliefs and perceptions to create the life, level of engagement, and performance they desire.