Who are you?
You are in a moment of change and are craving the tools to incorporate the change into your life with focus and intention.
Awarded a promotion
Assigned a new manager
Underwent a change in company structure
Achieved a key business goal
Moved to a new community
Entered into a new relationship
Became a new parent
Discovered a new hobby
You are there. "NOW WHAT?"
Heraclitus said “change is the only constant in life,” and yet as a human, you may find that your moment of change is difficult. Your life is staring at you, asking you to be bold, but the tools to steer yourself to the other side of what you are facing may feel out of reach. You have the opportunity to pause and ask yourself
"WHO DO I WANT TO BE ON THE OTHER SIDE OF THIS MOMENT?"
Change comes to us in many forms. Just as your life was riding along at a steady pace or the pushing you did to get to the next big thing feels like it may not pay off, you are here. Change is sitting in front of you. Or perhaps you just crossed the finish line for the goal you've held with laser focus and you are seeking a new direction. Or maybe you just stepped into a giant zone of learning and you want support making the most of this new chapter upon you. The view of life in your past can never exist again because something has shifted. Perhaps it is simply a new version of you that you hadn't expected or a real tangible difference in the life ahead. This is the time to build intention, to double down on investing in life, and to decide how to show up for you.
QUESTIONS YOU are ASKING YOURSELF IN LIFE CHANGE
What do I want to honor about myself?
How do I maximize this experience?
When do I push the gas pedal and when do I coast on cruise control?
What is most important to communicate?
How do I build habits into my life to make room for a new endeavor?
When is fear doing the talking? How can I keep a fresh perspective?
QUESTIONS YOU are ASKING YOURSELF IN WORK CHange
What metrics for success are appropriate in my new role?
How do I stay grounded with my instinct when discomfort arises?
When do I keep a learner's mind and when can I begin to make decisions?
How do I bring intention to other people's perceptions of me?
What value does my new lens bring to an existing organization?
How do I capitalize on my success to set and reach my next goal?