When re-entering the workforce after a period of incarceration, a lot of bad information and misconceptions are shared. In this episode, Julio discusses the top myths that people believe about looking for work during the re-entry process.
There is a difference between giving support and being supportive during times of Personal Crisis and the rebuilding period that follows. Support can be positive and help this growth, but when that support comes with negative undertones, it can be very damaging to the person on the receiving end.
Holding ourselves accountable and taking responsibility for the parts we play in our own misfortune is one of the hardest things to do, In this episode Julio Briones, your host, talks about how taking responsibility is a major step in healing and growing from Personal Crisis.
In today's age, everything is disposable...even people. Julio Briones discusses how not having a proper (and properly educated) support system can send someone back to destructive behaviors and leave them feeling they don't belong nor deserve a better life.
Personal Crises can affect many aspects of your life, including work performance and relationships. Listen to learn how understanding the big picture as part of the planning process could help you manage stress and keep it all together.
Going through a Personal Crisis is terrible and can be very stressful. Julio discusses these 7 tips to ease the frustration and stress: 1. Get organized 2. Create a plan 3. Accept it 4. Get help 5. Evaluate and adjust 6. Prioritize and execute 7. Relax and be grateful
Gratitude is very important in all aspects of life. Being grateful can strengthen our faith and bring us hope, even in our darkest hours. When in a Personal Crisis though, people forget the importance of being grateful for what they are learning throughout their hardship. In this episode Julio talks about how his short-sightedness caused him to lose faith in himself and in God and how he found it all again (along with a few blessings)
Are you tired of being tired? Have you thought of who you wish you could become after the storm has passed? In this episode, Julio talks about the process of changing yourself and your thoughts to become the "you" that you want to be so you dont find yourself repeating the same patterns (in a simple and realistic way).