What’s the plan?
Don’t get me wrong, I’m not into detailed plans that you must live and breath by. That’s way too restrictive and as we all know that life has a habit of throwing
Plans like these can act like an anchor, especially when we are lost and going around in circles, not knowing what to do next. They also help keep us on track at times when we just can’t remember why we agreed to do something or take on extra commitments. If you know why you’re doing something, usually for the greater good, referring back to the plan can help keep everything in check.
A big part of my aims for my coaching business is to help women feel like they can always be in control of their career, even at times when it feels like they have to be focusing on something else. Having a family can be a major career staller, and in some
So, if you’re stuck or feel like you’re getting bogged down in something you don’t want to be doing or isn’t working for you, ask yourself if it’s all part of the plan. If you responded, “what plan?” then I would recommend you take some time to make one. And if you need some help getting the plan