"Two roads diverged in a wood, and I -I took the one less traveled by, and that has made all the difference."
"alt Professional Development"
Our biggest everyday challenges demand more than new knowledge and skills. True change enables handling more complexity, becoming more adaptive, making sense of things in new ways, and gaining insight into blind spots. Personal mastery, in short-- wisdom, presence, and self-trust--requires real effort, brings great rewards, and reveals a new meaning of growth itself. No matter how self-aware we are, there is always deeper to go.
Whether it's strategy, culture, or whatever the next challenge, let's help you take it on and navigate it with less stress and more zen and fortitude. And let's look at the resistance, blind spots, and fear which prevent the next step. You've got more to give to this emerging new paradigm. We need you at your best.
You're dedicated to your mindfulness, asana, and/or other form of practice. But when you are honest with yourself, it's difficult to express your values in your day-to-day life and work. Maybe you notice your relationships with others, the material world, or yourself are still strained. You yearn for a sacred professionalism. Time to link inner and outer purpose more deeply.
"Something is Missing" as described by Kristine: "For a long time, I felt like the boredom and dissatisfaction I felt was just normal. I struggled with whether having a “successful” career was supposed to be enough for me and whether I was expecting too much out of life. I often asked myself, “is this all there is?” The answer is it’s not normal to feel like your lifestyle and work is not making you happy."
Something old is dying and the new is not yet fully born. You are in a "Space Between Stories." Inevitably, fear rides along in the sidecar. Perhaps you experience a clash between the old and the new you, sometimes feeling confused about which direction you ought to take and what is really important to you. Uncertainty can be very uncomfortable. Let's go step by step.