A Vision for a better tomorrow
When I ask clients about what spurs their passion for personal and professional growth, the responses I get are the same but different.
What do I mean by this? Well, everyone wants to reframe their way of being, doing, and relating at home or in the workplace. While my clients want to be better in their respective contexts, all contexts are different and more energy and thought may be required in one context and less in another.
When we have a vision for ourselves in a personal and professional context, we are creating something from nothing, or we are bouncing forward from a not-so-positive experience or we simply want more. Having a clear vision is powerful. When planned with a focus on dignity, mutual accountability, trust, and respect for self and others, the vision forms a pathway to growth; it invites conversation, collaboration, and community.
What gets in the way? Self-doubt, lack of confidence, courage, and negative self-talk are just a few challenges that come to mind. Having a trained mentor to support one’s journey, the will to persevere even when times are tough, being curious…seeking to understand before being understood, and being humble are aptitudes and attitudes that can help to solidify the pathway
to making one’s vision for a better tomorrow a reality.
What is your vision for tomorrow?