CREATE A PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
You might want to ask yourself…
What is that persistent inner voice calling you to change?
Think about who you were 10 years ago, that’s reasonably easy to remember right? Now think about who you might be in 10 years time … this concept is normally difficult to imagine.
As we get older we pass through natural life phases. The context of our life phases can be very different from what's gone before; the way we see things - our perspective - and our priorities naturally change as we get older.
Everyone wants a future that's happy and fulfilling, and it often becomes more important to be connected and to contribute as the years progress.
The reality is that the decisions you take now will define your future self.
So what will your future self thank you for doing now?
If you’re feeling stuck or frustrated it can be difficult knowing how to go about creating change, or even where to start!
All personal development begins with understanding your current situation, because it’s only by doing the 'due diligence' on your current reality that you can make informed decisions about the future direction you want to head in.
Personal development involves
accepting the challenge that personal growth opportunities continually offer you on your journey through life
choosing to make yourself uncomfortable by stepping outside your comfort zone
seeking support and guidance from an expert in creating a personal development plan
Two minds are better than one, and I can help you can achieve far more than you ever could doing it alone. This can make the process smoother, more efficient and ultimately more effective.
I can support all aspects of your personal development including self-awareness, communication, conflict triggers, decision making, work-life balance, and career development.
Many people haven’t considered the question;
When was the last time you invested in your personal development?
Write down the date of the last time you made an investment of money, time or effort in your future self. If you’re surprised by the answer or want to talk about any aspects of personal development, then get in touch.