Nicola and Judith discuss the Karpman Drama Triangle, what is it, which role do you take up and how can you step outside of the drama in your business and your life?
In The Show
Nicola updates us on what she’s learned this week about willpower, and also about adapting Michael Marshall Smith’s short stories into screenplays. Judith’s moved house again, back to where she was last autumn and she’s enjoying the underfloor heating and the phone signal.
What’s Fuelled Their Fire?
Judith’s enjoying a reading week – a client’s first crime novel, plus Pam Grout’s commentary on A Course in Miracles. Nicola’s discovered more about Helen Pritchard’s LinkedIn training and joined her waiting list FB group, and been inspired by a couple of her ideas for her next BEO challenge plus one from another coach who offers unlimited laser coaching sessions.
Focus Of The Week
Nicola and Judith discuss the Karpman Drama Triangle, what is it, which role do you take up and how can you step outside of the drama in your business and your life? Here are two articles which explain it.
You might also enjoy KarpmanDramaTriangle.com
Words Of The Week
Nicola chooses Distraction (Nir Eyal, blamers, shamers and claimers) and Judith picks Fixer (avoid rescuing at all costs).
Nicola explains why she fell at the Daily Blogging Challenge hurdle on Day 4 but is still highly motivated by her LinkedIn work with snippets from Own It!
Who Or What’s Impressed
Nicola is really pleased with her Tesla shares performance in her new SIPP and Judith loves her latest Abraham find – General Well-Being 2.0
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