The One Problem With Job Loss that Everyone Overlooks
Every day I talk to a potential client who has lost her job.
She is scared and unsure.
She is worried about her money, her future and whether she can get her career on track!
She is worried that if she doesn’t get the next job she will be ruined and each day, week and month that lingers with no job, the stakes get higher and higher.
SO the desperation increases.
Desperation increases the chances of no job or one that has to be gotten as a consolation prize!
New Job Means a NEW YOU!
Wanting more in life requires being more.
Yup– and I spent my life working on me.
Whether it was the hundreds of repetitions of hitting a tennis ball against the garage door late in the evening…hoping for that Wimbledon Tennis Championship or late night layups in the driveway wanting to seal a victory for my team.
I was born with an innate sense of working on my skills.
The hundreds of books and countless conferences hardly touched the surface….but then…. I put it all together.
As a young nurse I studied and studied.
When I rose to the ranks of health care business professional I subscribed to The Wall Street Journal,
I am talking about shine this month.
Your soul shining. Your soul shining is…..well……Is. Everything!
Your freedom, joy and happiness are essentially your SOUL!
When you shine your soul brightly everyone can see it.
YOU– you feel it!
Happier. Lighter. More Joy. Better decisions.
“If only my life was better. If only my job was different.”
The secret lies inside YOU.
My clients show me this everyday.
You know the secret?
Your soul is the secret.
YOU are the secret ingredient.
The secret to your freedom, joy and happiness is……
She said, “Yes, I will go for it!” She said YES to shining brighter!
This brilliant, award-winning software engineer was working with me to stand in her power, to leave a toxic workplace, to change her career and life.
What was going on with her became obvious as we worked together.
Stranded in a place that was too small for her, she was stifled and it hurt every day.
She loved her team, she loved the work.
But, her boss and the culture had robbed her soul.
Playing too small hurts in every way.
- Your opinion isn’t valued, because you aren’t in the right seat.