A new day – life in motion

Posted on 26. Jan, 2010 by in Life Coaching

I feel like a huge weight has been lifted off my shoulders since receiving a plan to manage my toddler’s health issue.  It has taken more than a year, and certainly many failed attempts, to get a treatment plan for my son’s chronic skin irritation. Today really is a new day as that constant source of stress has been thankfully diminished and we can move forward. Now I can actually take hold of my ambitions and gladly share them knowing that I have some control over a situation that felt unmanageable.

Life is full of stressors and many of those are quite manageable given the right guidance, strategies, and plans. What I have come to learn are three things: the benefits of persistence, consciousness, and practical plans.

  1. Persistence – affords the opportunity to find the answers and reap the rewards.
  2. Consciousness –  demonstrates care, discerns, and generates regard.
  3. Practical plans – mobilize and create change.

I think we can all remember a time in our lives or business where persistence was necessary despite the stress or obstacles in the way. The consciousness that I experienced most recently with my son’s care highlighted the importance of professionalism, attention, and collaboration. Practical plans are something I have often felt necessary for success and positive outcomes. In the coming weeks I will share my thoughts on these as I take on my own ambition, as well as, supporting those who come to me with their own life challenges and ambitions.

Given today is a new start, I have posted the introduction and first chapter of my ebook. This is something I have persistently worked on in collaboration with the experiences of my clients, family, and of course, those who help me along the way. I invite you to join a discussion on my fan page about what I have written as this will lead up to a talk I’m doing on February 2nd for the Virtual Success Expo, which starts this Thursday, January 28th.  Let’s generate a conversation that builds our capacity for change. It starts with you and builds through our collective experience and collaboration.

What thought, plan, or experience will put you in motion today?

Susan

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One Response to “A new day – life in motion”

  1. Chenel

    19. May, 2010

    Love your site!

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