Wondering how to create more space for your career change or to focus on your career direction? Feeling pressured by lack of time, yet you’re still scrolling? Here are three lessons, from my experiment in temporarily breaking up with social media, to help you create more time and energy for your career explorations.
Category Archives: leadership
7-day Experiments Challenge
I choose to run little experiments regularly. Why? Because I know if I don’t it’s only a matter of time until I’m stuck in my comfort zone and that usually means playing smaller and safer over and over again. I’m NOT anti-comfort! It took what felt like forever to choose our sofa because comfort wasContinue reading “7-day Experiments Challenge”
What’s your nugget of gold?
I don’t often share quotes because so many people do, and I’m not really one for following the herd. I do love a good quote though and sometimes they can make the difference between getting stuck in negative thoughts and taking action, even if that’s choosing a different way of thinking. (Yes, that’s a thingContinue reading “What’s your nugget of gold?”
How To Create Your Own Path For Your Life and Career (The Radical Way)
‘To set my coordinates’ – my client, when asked what had been valuable in our time together today. I never used to set any coordinates (usually I sort of fell into opportunities) or if I did set them they were often set by tradition or expectation because it’s ‘what everyone does’. I’ve always fought againstContinue reading “How To Create Your Own Path For Your Life and Career (The Radical Way)”
What It Takes To Be The Queen of Your Life
This time yesterday I was exhausted, fraught and watching my energy drain away. Because I was tired and in need of some FUN as much as I needed some sleep. I had both. Not as much as I would like in an ideal world – and a boost of it. I shut off the energyContinue reading “What It Takes To Be The Queen of Your Life”