Achieve Your Personal Goals & Excel Professionally
Have you ever wondered what life would have been like if you just would have done this or just would have done that?
Have you ever wondered why it seems that others seem to make wise decisions about their lives and their careers while you seem to be more reactive rather than proactive?
Do you find you comparing yourself to others, whether in your personal life or professionally only to cause yourself more stress and/or overwhelm?
Believe it or not, there are many people who ask questions like these. One could argue whether these questions are productive or valid to ask in the first place.
The point is they are valid and real to you. We all ask and do these self-audits from time to time. Whether these questions are productive or not, in my opinion, is weighted on the answers and what happens moving forward rather than staying in a moment of inquiry.
I do not claim to be a psychiatrist or a certified therapist, but I have met with and have coached numerous people, those who are looking for clarity of purpose and even those who are professionals who are searching for ways to be more productive and promoted in their companies.
In my own life, there have been times that I have felt as if I were in a haze. I knew where I wanted to go personally and professionally, but I could not create the clear path to get there.
Then something happened that changed my life. I was introduced to several coaches that help put things into perspective for me. One helped me navigate my career in Corporate America and helped me steer my career in a way that put me in position for promotions and bonuses. The other coach helped me personally. He helped me to maintain my sense of purpose and assisted and encouraged me to have balance in my life, to keep the main things the main things.
Having these coaches put me on a trajectory for clarity and allowed me to move closer to my purpose and destiny.