A Case Study: A memory gave me insight to how I got to where I am in my WorkLife and inspiration in knowing I’m at the right place – the place my WorkLife journey was meant to take me to.
A Case Study: How I took an invaluable lesson in feedback practice from an acting class and adapted it to help people self direct meaningful learning in their WorkLife to turn their continuous story into a work of art.
“As we know, the Queen often spoke of how much she enjoyed her own historic State Visit to Ireland in 2011, the first such visit by a British monarch since Irish independence, and during which she did so much through eloquent word and generous gesture to improve relations between our two islands”.
Sleeping on it can help for sure, but some emotions last longer than a day. Continue to acknowledge your emotions and let go of those that don’t persist.
“Have you ever noticed how the most intriguing individual in the room seems content to listen more than speaking?”
Following what engages and inspires you in living a fulfilled WorkLife will give you courage to buckle the trend to move in a new direction
Step 1: Think about a belief you have had in the past about something you want and need. Consider if that’s something you still want and need. Question if the way you went about fulfilling this want and need was incorrect or correct.
Bridget has begun to establish herself as a guest speaker and panel member, which in turn is allowing her to become an established and recognised literary artist who is respected for her work, through which she makes a living.
Delilah takes a combined approach to her learning, development and growth needs. Fine-Tuning her hard and soft skills
She had a plan that had formed out of a desire to do good—a desire to make a positive impact to the lives of less privileged children.