Post-ecstatic Growth – It’s Worth Getting Excited About

Post-ecstatic Growth – It’s Worth Getting Excited About

The Powerful Paragraph

Post-traumatic growth is a well-known concept in which a person grows or becomes a better version of themselves after something traumatic. But what if it didn’t require trauma? Post-ecstatic growth is the growth that happens after a major positive event, like purchasing a home or getting married. Yet, some findings have shown that growth can take place even after small positive events, like receiving a five-star review on your business page or signing on a new client.

The Powerful Question to Ponder

Where might you be missing opportunities to recognize your own post-ecstatic growth?

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About Powerful Paragraphs

Designed to mimic coaching questions.

  • Four or five sentences to give a little context and an open-ended question.
  • Start your day with a little boost of inspiration and insight.

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Coaching to Flourish Season 2 Episode 48

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Author Steve Baker

Steve Baker

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In Coaching to Flourish Season 2 Episode 47, our hosts, Coach Training EDU Founder John Andrew Williams and CTEDU Associate Provost Ashley Scott, answer your coaching questions regarding Academic Coaching in the University setting and discuss the challenges of distinguishing between coaching and advising.

The Healthy Benefits of Giving

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Author Britt Fulmer

Britt Fulmer

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Research consistently demonstrates the benefits of giving back to others. It can help us lower stress, boost positive hormone release, make us feel happier, and even contributes to a longer life.

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