I didn't love the rat race
After 12 years of running in the rat race - I am sure you are familiar even if you chose a different career - I was done! For the first time, I wondered whether I had picked the wrong road.
But rather than just dropping out I explored some other options, focused on my growth and on getting to know myself.
Things turned around when I started being myself
Slowly, I connected to my authentic self and found my unique operating manual, the key to not just reaching my full potential but to expand what my potential is continuously. My passion for science returned, I started having fun. Slow mornings turned into waking up excited to tackle new challenges.
This translated into external success as well; my lab is well-funded and I was able to build a research program that attracts excellent scientists from all over the world.
And you can too...
On my journey to self discovery I found that I enjoy helping fellow travelers along. And I accumulated quite the toolbox to do so. As someone dedicated to learning and growth I found the self-improvement industry to be a marvelous playground. The diversity of approaches to helping people get over their egos, drama and excuses for not being who they want to be is crazy!
It gave me the opportunity to study this topic from some very different angles. I learned how to assess people's core profiles and "operating manuals" to help them discover their authentic selves. And I trained as professional coach so that I would be able to guide others in making choices in alignment with their core while deselecting what is not working in their lives.
It is a great source of satisfaction for me to see my team members and clients become connected to their authentic selves, take full responsibility for their progress and create the lives they desire.
Are you ready to take your career and life to the next level?
If you are done accumulating skills and instead ready to learn how to leverage your talents better head over to programs.