YOUR FIRST STEP:
Get real about where you are now.
Are you moving towards deeply satisfying success, or have you gotten off track in your business or career? Is it time to step into the arena?
I equate choosing to pursue work you love as stepping into the arena.
When you step into the arena, you are daring to be vulnerable. You are committing to a goal that will require you to face your fears, acknowledge your strength and find a purpose that is bigger than surface success. The journey in the arena becomes as important as the destination.
You have to get real about where you are now.
If you are like many women, you may have spent years pretending that everything is good enough, feeling secretly guilty or ungrateful that you feel dissatisfied. You may feel stuck behind a wall of perceived success, where the people around you praise you for all that you have achieved, but you don’t feel successful. You may feel like you have continued to strive for what you want, but something always gets in the way. I know from two decades of being in the arena, that the first step is honest self-reflection.
You also have to re-define success.
Too many women are still working towards someone else’s definition of success. This is how you find yourself burnt out, exhausted or bored: going after goals that don’t really fulfil you. Over the last 16 years, I have helped hundreds of women dissatisfied with their business or careers shift to work they really love. Sometimes, it takes a simple tweak to move you in a more fulfilling and successful direction and other times it takes a complete change from the work you are doing now. My job is to help you get clear about which way to go.
I teach real success strategies for women in business.
Real success strategies produce more freedom, personal power and deeply satisfying success. They focus on the skills you need to achieve real success: building resilience, setting boundaries, creating more alignment in your life, maintaining clarity and making better decisions. You can only learn these skills through practice and facing the daily challenges you encounter while in the arena.
I love inspiration, but my work is about dealing with the real challenges standing in your way.
I don’t think stepping into the arena should be taken lightly. I want you to know what you are in for, both the triumphs and the tribulations.
Assuming you have some idea about where you are now, let me tell you how I can help you succeed in the arena.