Life & Career Coaching
Directions aren’t always clear.
Have you ever heard that saying, “Wherever you go, there you are?” Sometimes we leave a situation hoping that things will be different, but we soon realize that the situation came along with us.
There are things about ourselves that can sometimes frustrate us and that we would like to change. The same thoughts and feeling patterns, the same way we try to accomplish goals and seem to forget after a few weeks, follow us around, no matter where we go.
Your life feels like being in a shopping mall with those maps at the front entrance, and you must find the red dot or star that says, “YOU ARE HERE.” Once you know where you are, you can generally navigate to where you want to go.
The trouble is that the map doesn’t go with you. Depending on how far the destination is, if you’re like me, you sometimes get halfway down a long line of storefronts and wonder, “Was it down here or back that way?”
Life and the direction we are going can feel confusing at times, not to mention downright frustrating and painful at other times.
Is it worth the effort?
So, whether you are in a job that doesn’t resonate with you or facing challenges of life that seem to bog you down and cause you to lose your sense of direction, I’m here to tell you that it is worth it.
Knowing where you are and where you want to go is a mindset much different than taking things as they come. Our life and career paths can sometimes feel like we are lost. And even to some degree, we may feel like we hit a dead end, and there is no map to find our way back.
We might slightly recognize some things, but knowing where you are can at times be like reading a foreign language you’ve never learned.
Navigating through life toward your goals, personally and professionally, can feel like too much work or even impossible because life has a way of throwing curveballs and hard balls at each of us. And so, moving in a direction that feels practical and right at the same time can feel out of reach.
Part of you wants to become more, yet part of you isn’t sure how. Part of you wants to find more fulfillment in your job, but you aren’t sure what that means.
Discover yourself and find direction.
What if I told you the answers for your life and career are already inside you.
You might ask, “So why am I stuck in the same rut?” There are so many distractions in the world that when you take a moment to quiet your mind, what you find might surprise you.
I work with you to quiet your mind and get clear on what is important to you and the reasons why it is important to you regarding your career.
Once armed with this clarity, you can move to a place of knowing when to say no is as important as knowing when to say yes. Clarity doesn’t have to be either-or; it can and should be an and.
Call today at (435) 610-1810 and let’s find your direction.