29 Mar Climate change and you
The self-coaching minute will run a series of Self-coaching questions linked to climate change.
It starts today with generic questions.
More questions will follow in the months to come to challenge your beliefs, your habits, your fears, to identify tensions, contradictions and resistance, to explore your own agency and power for change in your household, your family, your community, your work – the world.
If you need convincing, have a look at the last 2 slides with two telling figures from the last IPCC report (Intergovernmental panel on climate change), here.
Your self-coaching questions
❧ How does climate change impact you personally?
❧ How does climate change impact you professionally?
❧ When you think about climate change, what feelings are coming up?
❧ What does the world/planet you want to live in/on look like?
❧ What are you already doing to prevent or mitigate the impact of climate change?
❧ What are you telling yourself about climate change that prevents you from taking (more/specific) action?
❧ How could you remove what’s in your way?
❧ What else could you do to prevent or mitigate the impact of climate change?
❧ What challenge could you take on this year regarding the prevention or mitigation of climate change?
❧ What is the first thing you could do today?
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