Are you in a transition? At the beginning? The middle? The end?
I have had three chapters published in 3 books over the last year where I share different aspects of making transitions.
The latest is in the book, "Success Uncovered".
In this chapter, I share how I Mentored, Bella, to ease through a transition after divorce. She shifted hating being single, to loving being single and yes, she eventually married for a second time with a very solid foundation of trust. They both now have each other's backs! She has reclaimed herself.
Bella's transition began with a willingness to go to places she had not been willing to go. Places like "feelings". It is counter intuitive. Most people either ignore their feelings imagining they will go away, only they don't, or, they let their feelings run the show. Neither of these methods are successful.
When Bella, learnt to feel her sadness, she felt huge release and freedom. That was the beginning of unfreezing her anxiety on her journey of transformation. It all began with a willingness to reflect, on her senses, thoughts, feelings and imaginings.
Through that period, she gained her voice in her personal life, AND the courage to transform challenging bosses into partners for her success.
Our personal and professional lives are intertwined more than you think they are!
Subscribers receive a free copy of my chapter, "Success By Choice." and chapters in 2 more books.
In "Thorns To Be Thankful For", I share the story of one of my major transitions. This chapter is called, "Empty Nester Begins Again",
In "SkillShare", I share how I integrate my senses when making choices. "How To Make a Powerful Choice" .
How do you define success?
Is it the success that is defined by somebody else or society?
Are you choosing what success means to you?
David Orr has a different definition of success to most:"The planet does not need more 'successful' people. But it does desperately need more peacemakers, healers, restorers and lovers of every kind. It needs people who live well in their places. It needs people of moral courage willing to join the fight to make the world habitable, just and humane."
What is the success you want in your life?
What would it feel and look like?
What would you have to give up?
What would you gain? In considering these questions, is it still what you want? If it is not, think and sense again. Create your version of success, one step at a time. I love hearing your comments and questions.
To your version of success