How your rebound from setbacks speaks volumes about who you are.
While inventing or reinventing yourself can seem like a high hurdle, no wall is to high to be climbed.
Own who you are and remember you are more than enough.
Ask yourself: How has a failure or perceived failure set me up for later success?
Following your path of wonderment will inspire your creativity. All you need to do is to take that instinct and transform it into words or actions.
Identifying what you are doing when you are totally engaged will allow you to build more of this into your WorkLife.
Imagining Silver Linings in the Future Makes Them Feel Scarce and Leads to Appreciating Them More in the Present Photo from The Old Vic Theatre, London (From a production of A Christmas Carol) ’Twas the night-shift before Christmas and all through the warehouse the team were quietly working to the festive music of Strauss. Each lostContinue reading “The Ghosts of Christmas Present, Future, and Past and an Alternative Timeline”
When you reach a turning point in your WorkLife, this is a significant point in time that can cause an irrevocable change in direction. Consider that perhaps it is the time to create the next chapter of your WorkLife story.
Remain open to input and feedback along the way. This will be your best teacher.
In your WorkLife you play at the level of your practice. Use every opportunity to gain experience, and to practice, practice, practice.