If you're like me and you're just starting your New Year goal planning, here are five tips to help you reach your goals. 1. Start with a Long-Term Vision You're Excited About One of the ideas emphasized in the Inspired Leadership Specialization I recently completed is that goals need to be part of a long-term … Continue reading 5 Tips for Your New Year Goal Planning
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How to Find A New Career When You Feel Confused
Do you feel ready to find a new career, but feel confused and unclear about what it might be? When we feel like we don't have a clear vision of what our new career looks like, it's often because: 1. We don't have enough information and / or 2. We're afraid of our vision, so … Continue reading How to Find A New Career When You Feel Confused
Do less and more in 2020: Let go and commit.
Do you want to do less so you can focus your time and energy in 2020 on what really matters? As we approach the end of the year, many of my clients are talking about how they want to do less, so that they have time to do the work that's really important to them. … Continue reading Do less and more in 2020: Let go and commit.
New Year’s Goals, Extremes and Being Medium
When we make New Year's goals, we're often inclined to lean towards one extreme: Create a new life and leave the old one behind. Express our "good" qualities, and repress our "bad" ones. Make plans to create the perfect _____________, and symbolically, or literally burn up the past versions that didn't work. When after a … Continue reading New Year’s Goals, Extremes and Being Medium
5 Steps to Start Your Own Big Vision Circle
For ten years, I gathered a group of six women each month for a couple hours to talk about our Big Visions for our work in the world. We celebrated our successes and offered support through our challenges. At the end of each meeting, we committed to the actions we'd take until the next month. … Continue reading 5 Steps to Start Your Own Big Vision Circle