If you were on a journey and you got a flat tire, would you see that as a sign that you were supposed to turn back, or would you fix the tire and continue on?
When something doesn't go the way we had planned, it's an opportunity to stop and realign yourself and reassess where you're going.
Recently, my client M. said to me "Even though I went completely off course you gracefully allowed me to feel good and open enough to safely consider what a new and unexpected path might offer me"
Out of uncertainty and even rejection, positive outcomes can emerge. Often, negative results and consequences can take us down a path we didn't expect in our lives as well as our careers.When one door closes, it forces us to examine alternatives that we may not have considered otherwise. In retrospect, such unexplored paths may actually lead us where we were meant to be in the first place.
Rarely does life follow a linear path, and often these curveballs can be blessings in disguise, opening our minds to new experiences. Failure makes us try again. Rejection may encourage us to revise our behaviour so that we can deepen our relationships and become less reactive and more responsive to our environment. If everything in our careers had worked out as planned, we wouldn't have considered other professional alternatives.
In other words, what is your weak spot and how can you strengthen yourself? Weak spots often show up as over commitment and procrastination. Just noticing what your weak spots are is already a start to a "route recalculation"
Success is coming to a new place where you feel happier, prouder and clamer within yourself. Celebrate this feeling.
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Here is M.'s testimonial about our work together. "You are amazing. Even though I went completely off course you gracefully allowed me to feel good. I feel like I gained so much from our time together. I can not recommend you highly enough to anyone looking to live a life personally and professionally that they love, thank you."