If Money Was No Object...Why ADULTS Can't Answer This Question
“I played a small game and was afraid to answer the questions about how big a game I could play with my life.”
“I partnered with the time I had on this planet and made a difference to people by providing them opportunities to live into their greatness. I was acknowledged for this by being surrounded by extraordinary people who were inspired by who I was for them such that they invited me to be a part of their extraordinary lives.”So I admit that last paragraph is a summary of what I would like to be able to say about my life after I’ve died, but what do you want to say about your life? This exercise is not designed to bum you out. Instead revise your context and explore the possibility that YOU do have a say in how your future turns out. You CAN write an obituary to live into; or if you prefer, write a speech used to introduce you during an award ceremony where you accept your lifetime achievement award. Regardless of the questions asked in this article the context is similar; the questions are designed to confront you into exploring the answers with inspiring and motivating results. If you no longer want to play a small game and avoid these questions consider working with a coach who will assist you in creating an extraordinary future in which to live into. Kris Parfitt offers this kind of coaching, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org and schedule a 20-minute coaching session about this very topic. NOTE: This article was originally posted on www.careerrocketeer.com. Kris Parfitt is a career strategist and leadership branding coach who is committed to finding your roadblocks and moving them out of the way so you can have the career success you want. Kris has over twenty years experience in leadership, counseling, and training positions all of which have provided an exceptional education which allows her to be a dynamic coach, one that focuses on inspiring you to acknowledge and express your extraordinary abilities and potential. Connect with Kris via LinkedIn or follow her on Twitter.