Amy and Jaime explore real life situations through a positive lens. If you are looking for programming to support positive culture for students, staff, and families in the K-12 space, visitiamnoticed.org for information. We hope you feel noticed and valued.
Yes, on this episode we are talking about we are talking about Dragons. Those things that may have grown big and may be hard to Notice goodness in, BUT with with some real life, positive tools and practices we can embrace the goodness and be confident and resilient. We were inspired to talk about dragons because of the amazing children's book "There's No Such Thing as a Dragon" by Jack Kent.
Have you ever experienced overdrive? Yeah-- us too LOL. Especially as people of excellence, it's an easy state to find ourselves in. On this episode of Real Life Positivity, we are taking a look at how (and why) we flip into overdrive and how confidence and self awareness can help us be the best versions of ourselves.
On this episode of Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime, we are having a very timely chat about Navigating the New. As our I AM Notice students, staff, & families are embarking on the 2020-21 school year we wanted to have a positive conversation about how we can navigate the real life reality of education in new and sometimes even unknown ways.
On this episode of Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime, we are taking a look at one of the most important components of positive communication and relationship building ... listening. It is one of those vital skill sets that can often be overlooked, but is especially important to learn and/ or remember when we are trying to lean in, learn from, and connect with those around us.
A BIG part of the I AM Noticed Philosophy is to encourage people of all ages to show up as the best and most authentic versions of themselves. And over the past few years, Amy & Jaime have found themselves in many conversations with participants about what it really means to be authentic, and how being authentic impacts our confidence and resilience.
On this episode we are taking a look at the actual definition of the word authentic, and then we set aside some time to unpack it a little bit to help understand how embracing our own authenticity can help us create more confidence, stronger relationships, and even more positive ripples.
On this episode, we are talking about how the trauma informed-language and way of looking at things can help us find compassion and empathy in our relationships. No matter if it's an internal conversation, a quick interaction with someone on social media, or a deep conversation with someone you love, embracing that we all have a story and that story impacts how we show up in our relationships is really important.
On this episode of Real Life Positivity, we are talking about how being confident and practicing the I AM Noticed Cycle can help us be in a place to engage with the people around us in a positive way (even when the circumstances are unpredictable :). The process, or the way we do things, is important, and even more important than that is how we treat ourselves and each other along the way.
Today on Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime we are taking a look at how feeling like we are enough can impact our sense of confidence and resilience. This is HUGE! When we create a fortified database of humble gratitude for who we are, and we believe that we are enough, we can survive (and even thrive :) in good times and in hard times-- like a pandemic.
On this episode of Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime, we are taking a look at the importance of making positive connections with others. We all need connection, and especially right now when we are physically distanced, it is so important for us to check in with ourselves and make sure that we are getting the connections that help us feel good. Amy & Jaime want to make sure that there is space to Notice those positive connections and tools to help us if we are feeling stuck or disconnected.
On this episode Amy & Jaime dive into how we can use the tool of discovery and the practice of the I AM Noticed Cycle to navigate difficult conversations. In this candid conversation we are talking about how we can choose to connect even when skies are gray, circumstances aren't ideal, or conversations are difficult. Difficult Conversations are a part of real life and so is positivity :) so thank you for being a part of the conversation.
On this episode of Real Life with Amy & Jaime we are talking about getting curious, asking good questions, and being ready to listen. Discovery is a foundational tool and an art form. It can be as simple as asking someone how they are doing, and it can be a powerful relationship builder.
In this episode of Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime we are talking about how we can live as people of excellence rather than letting perfectionism rob us of our creativity. If you've ever thought of yourself as a perfectionist, or if you know a perfectionist, this episode may offer some great perspective.
On this episode of Real Life Positivity with Amy & Jaime we are talking about time. How are we using our time? What is the right way to be using our time? (Here's a hint - in whatever way is serving you and your people :) What comparison, confidence, discernment, and joy have to do with it? And what it might feel like to stay fluid and non-judgmental to ourselves and others when it comes to our time and how we are using it.