Why is it so hard to make changes in our lives and careers? Certainly fear is a big part of the reason, but it’s also hard because change creates conflict within us. When confronted with change, we either fight to hold on to what we have or, in trying to accept change, we fight to let it go.
Are you where you want to be?
If you’re not, there are explanations for that. Pretty much everything in our world has changed dramatically from the way we thought it would be, and business today is more challenging and frustrating than ever. But there is another reason you may not be where you want to be, and that is… you don’t know.
So ask yourself these questions:
- Am I inspired and motivated?
- Do I feel that I have career options?
- How can I leave a job that is paying me well?
- What if I get downsized?
And this is the most important question, but the hardest to answer:
What do I really want?
It’s time to feel energized about your job, your leadership skills and your career.
- Decide what you really want to be doing
- Reframe obstacles into opportunities
- Build a powerful culture where teamwork and chemistry become a competitive advantage
- Embrace change, learn to work differently and deliver better results
- Empower your team to reach higher than they dreamed they could
- Live and work with confidence because you believe in yourself and what you can accomplish
I understand what you’re going through because I have been there.
I’ve experienced the thrill of victory a well as the agony of defeat and have not only survived, but thrived. Regardless of what went on around us, the team I built and led resonated the energy, creativity, intellect and resilience to overcome anything… including agency consolidation, the stock market crash and the shifting from relationship driven business to transaction driven business.
I can help you do the same for yourself, your business and your teams.
What is the soft art of radical change?
This is how I approach coaching… I call it the soft art of radical change because you will be surprised at how small changes will achieve radical results. Embrace change with confidence and gain the skills you need to adjust in "real time" to overcome any challenge you will face.