June 26

Review 2020

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2021 – A YEAR OF PURE POSSIBILITY

Take this opportunity to Review 2020 for yourself and gain powerful insights to carry you into the new year.

Every year I work with my clients to review the year. The purpose is to acknowledge the challenges they have overcome, the opportunities they have created, the things they are most proud of accomplishing and the personal growth they are experiencing in their day-to-day lives.

It’s a wonderful way to bring a year to a close and start a fresh new one with insight, clarity and purpose.

2020 has been an extraordinarily tricky one for all of us and I believe 2021 is going to be equally as disruptive, albeit in a myriad of different ways. Some of these will be incredibly positive and create brand new opportunities for the switched on, so it’s definitely not all doom and gloom.

However this coming year plays out for you, what I do know is you’ll definitely need to know yourself well and be more resilient, agile and adaptable to work with the unexpected twists and turns as they show up.

“You can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backwards. So you have to trust that the dots will somehow connect in your future.” Steve Jobs

I love this quote from Steve Jobs. No, we definitely don’t want to get stuck in the past, however, there is so much to learn about ourselves and our business lives when we take the time to connect the dots.

It’s only with time and space that we can make sense of the nonsensical, find the patterns and extract powerful learnings that will stand us in good stead for the year to come.

Review 2020 is my gift to you. It’s free and open to all so do share it with friends or colleagues who might also benefit.

☕️ I invite you to make some space, grab a cuppa and turn off your phone. Spend a little time on you. 

If you would prefer to work directly with me on this, have a look at the 4-In-4 Coaching Engagement I currently have on offer or send me a mail and we’ll arrange a time for a call.

Until next time, take good care of yourself.

Best, Louise


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