Successful,…but something’s missing?
I work with successful, creative people who want to enhance the quality of their life and work.
People who want:
- less stress, greater clarity, and genuine peace.
- the joy that comes from more creativity in their life.
- the serenity that comes from self-confidence, knowing when to take action, and when to let go.
- to end patterns of conflict with others
- to experience life and work from a place of centered calm vs. emotional re-activity.
- to experience life and leadership with courage in the face of not knowing “how it’s going to turn out.”
- to bring work and life back into a healthy balance, but don’t know where to begin.
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Does this sound familiar?
- You’re successful, but something is missing.
- You’ve lost the passion you once had for your work. You’re “phoning it in” until the weekend.
- The people working for you are unhappy, disinterested, and unsupportive.
- It’s time for a change. Or things are changing. You’re stuck in fear.
- Creatively or professionally – you’re dissatisfied. How to move forward is unclear.
- You’ve lost interest: in work, in a relationship, in… (fill in the blank).
- Professionally, you know you have more to give than what’s being asked of you.
- What’s my purpose in this life? is a thought that won’t let go.
- You’re repeating patterns that create suffering – in yourself and others. It’s time to do something different.
- You feel pessimistic or hopeless about experiencing love and intimacy again.
These are challenging. I know, I’ve been there.
What I learned was:
- Creating a fulfilling life is an “inside job.”
- The most powerful form of leadership, at home or in your profession, is to walk your talk, in other words: BE what you want those around you to be.
- Every “crisis” is an opportunity to make different choices, to re-create your life for the better.
- There are tools available to end emotional suffering and get you moving forward again – one step at a time (the good news: one of the tools is Having Fun).
- The support of an experienced coach is pivotal in turning immovable challenge into meaningful change.
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