Set Yourself Up for Success in Any Transition
Struggling to find fun, meaning or purpose in your job, your relationships or life in general? Wondering why your life doesn’t feel as fabulous as you thought it would? It’s time to redefine what it means to be successful and find the joy!
Have you got that feeling – that feeling that it’s time to do something different? Have you been looking for more fun and adventure in your life – thinking you need a new hobby, or curious to
know if it’s possible to do what you love and get paid for it? Or maybe you are just wondering why your life doesn’t feel as fabulous as you thought it would?
Is it your time? Is it time for a change?
One of the reasons change is so hard is because the outcomes are usually uncertain. There are no guarantees giving up what you have will result in something better. We all contemplate (and fear), “What if the “grass isn’t greener on the other side?”
Although it isn’t possible to know for sure what the future will be, there are some surefire ways to set you up for success in any transition. Dedicating some time and energy to being intentional about why you want (or need) change is the best place to start. Recognizing you’ll have some blocks and barriers along the way will help you prepare to overcome them as you start to recognize a new way of being.
Join us to learn:
- 3 ways to leverage your Motivation for Change to ensure success
- The quickest way to identify the biggest barriers holding you back
- Tools to help you breakthrough the barriers and navigate change
- A new method for creating your “Success Equation” and bring more fabulous into your life
More about Lisa:
Lisa Dadd’s true passion is blurring the lines between work and play. She empowers us to challenge the status quo and uses fun, unique methods to help us see new possibilities for our lives. It all started when she walked away from a successful career at a Fortune 100 company, and decided to invest in what she was meant to be in life, rather than settle for what she was doing for a living. Blending 15 years of strategic business skills with insights from personal adventures Lisa writes, consults and speaks on topics related to career and lifestyle redesign.