We’re approaching the new year, which can be a time of transition and change. Often, those transitions and changes are in the form of resolutions and they are changes that we want to happen. Sometimes change happens to us. Whatever the reason behind the change, there are ways that we can get through those transitions and come out confident and grounded on the other side.
In this episode, which originally aired in 2016, executive coach Michele Woodward and I talk about 6 questions to ask yourself when you want to make a change. We’ll tell you what the six questions are, how to be rooted and confident when you make a change, and what it takes to make decisions with clarity.
In our work with our clients, Michele and I often see that people who are facing an oncoming change don’t know where to turn first or don’t know what to do. It can be a scary thing. One of the things you can do to stay rooted and grounded during a change is know what your values are.
As you listen to this episode, I invite you to identify some of your values and practice using the 6 questions to ask yourself when you want to make a change. The questions are about getting to the root of your feelings and thoughts, being honest with yourself, and more.
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WHAT YOU WILL DISCOVER
- The 6 questions
- How to get yourself rooted
- Why your values are important
- How to lean on your values
- How to make decisions from a place of confidence
- Examples of staying rooted during change
- How to get honest with yourself
- How to get to the root of your thoughts and feelings