Reaching an inflection point in your career and unsure how to make the shifts you want to make?
The hallmark of driven professionals is that they have the grit to excel and make great things happen. Whether they are in the executive ranks, seen as high potentials or star performers, they give their best to make a positive difference.
However, it’s a slippery and stressful place to be.
Many reach an inflection point in their career. They may struggle to lead others through change, deplete themselves on the job, and find themselves in misalignment with their personal values. They may question their professional future. Some may have to repurpose themselves due to a reorganization, and it’s disheartening.
Does any of this apply to you?
However good it may look from the outside, whatever level of success you’ve
You don’t have to keep struggling.
But whether you want to become a more impactful and authentic leader, find more focus and rebalance your life, or shift to more meaningful work, it’s easier said than done.
It feels like you’re damn thirsty and the oasis seems out of reach.
Nevertheless, when you learn how to do it effectively, what once looked like a far away vision suddenly becomes accessible.
Provided you’re not of the lizard’s type, basking all day long in the sun… or at least not all season long ;) But I suspect that you rather have a dragon in you, and some part of it has been domesticated for too long.
You want to be high flame, don’t you?
Live a life that’s more colorful, more complete and more meaningful. And design your career accordingly.
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