One of the recurring questions in coaching conversations is: “What do I do when I don’t know what to do?”
Let me save you time, money and anguish:
Sometimes you know but the decision feels hard and it’s time for some inner-work.
Sometimes it’s not time to know but you’re impatient.
Sometimes you just need more information.
It’s usually one of these three.
But what can happen (unless you have a great coach of course ;) is the “sudden move” aka the reactive de
Do you think you need confidence before doing something important?
Most people do.
But the concept of ‘confidence’ can be so elusive that it’s become another way of accidentally fueling imposter syndrome: “I don’t have the confidence yet, so I can’t do it”!
I don’t know how many times I’ve heard a high achiever who feels stuck say: “I’ve been told I should be more confident. But I don’t know what to do.”
So let’s break confidence down into actionable components, s
3 big lessons I got from creating my own job. If it’s any help, here’s what I learned from creating my own job in the midst of the chaos and uncertainty: 1) Uncertainty = opportunity: no explanation required here. 2) Your fulfilment depends on reversing the money-impact relationship. True fulfilment comes to those who are willing to create impact and value first, knowing that the ripple of impact will come back to them in many forms, including money and recognition. 3) Your r
And just like that, we’re already halfway through the year! It’s that time of the year when, if left unchecked, goal fatigue starts to set in. I’ve found a few things helped me in taking leaps into the dark and coming out happier at the other end. So here goes: 1) Get comfortable with the unknown: big goals require stepping into uncertain territory sometimes and making friends with uncomfortable sensations (especially, if we’re used to being in control). 2) Have fewer goals.