You're making great money and doing all the things people normally associate with being happy...except you're not. At least not entirely.

You know people that seem to be happy, free, and still making money. You have everything you need. Yet there is something missing. You just aren’t happy in your professional life. The question of, "Have I climbed too high on the wrong tree" has come up more than once.

What is your true purpose? Are you leaving a legacy? Are you ready to make some changes to find a more fulfilling life? Perhaps you are ready take a risk and do something you thought was only a dream.

The day I quit my corporate position, I was both excited and scared. I stepped off a cliff with a notion I could work for myself. I thought I would do one thing and in the process I did something totally unexpected. I will be honest with you, there is nothing that could prepare me for the path I took and I don’t regret one thing.

Are you ready to step into what is possible? Consider what your life might be if:

  • You woke up excited to get to work
  • You were focused and driven throughout your day
  • You ended your day feeling happy, satisfied, and fulfilled

Ask yourself if you are in one or more of these situations?

  • You are not challenged by your current professional position
  • You lack motivation at work, and don’t understand why
  • You feel like you don’t fit into your role any longer
  • Your earnings are not enough to justify staying in your role
  • You feel like you could be using your talent in a better way

Let’s connect to discuss how shifting your mindset will move you towards your dream life.

If you feel you are alone, consider that career change is the new normal. It is estimated the average person will make 5 to 7 changes in their lifetime.  In a report by CNBC 2016/04/26; "They don't want to look back on their lives and regret spending so much time doing something that they didn't choose and didn't enjoy." - Natasha Stanley

 

Our eyes only see and our ears only hear what our brain is looking for.

—Dan Sullivan