“One may walk over the highest mountain one step at a time.”
Moving towards face-to-face training again
I am a self-confessed planner. I enjoy looking ahead, setting goals and mapping out the steps required to move forward. I tend to balance my need for control with a dash of off-piste spontaneity. Just a mere few months ago that would be my ‘normal’ recipe for happiness.
But oh how things have changed. I, like so many others, have been forced to navigate a landscape of uncertainty. Survival instinct has replaced my need for perfect-planning. It’s as if a metaphorical blanket of self-protection has removed my ability to look too far ahead; instead my sole focus has been on today, tomorrow and the coming week. That’s all. And somehow, this strategy seemed to be working.. Until, that is the question of ‘new normal’ arose this week. For CBT, this was ‘what will classroom training look like in 1,2,3… months’ time?’