Welcome To Your Future
This is the start of a new decade and new year, and it could be much more.
New things in your life brought over from 2019 may forever impact how you look at the world. These could even have been decisions you explored during a holiday break.
Perhaps you can relate to me. When doing work from home, most people have an area in their living quarters designated: an area where they do their reading, writing, or idea creation. It might even be a separate room in a house. My work area became concentrated in 2019 so that I truly have an official area – not a work place which spreads from my kitchen, through the dining room, to the bedroom then powder room, etc. And this office area became less frenetic because the dog no longer sits at my feet, tapping my leg or stealing shoes.
You may have a similar change – architecture, location, employer or boss so that your surroundings are different. Or you may have something exciting outside of work-life that will alter how you experience life – a new addition to your family on two legs or four or more than one; your view of the world went from singular to plural.
Maybe a new coach, mentor, investor has entered into your practices? Or, new hobbies like a newly found love of brewing beer or ice fishing? Perhaps, you have started classes or studies to expand your mind or marketability? You may have even launched a side business or are making plans to.
Whatever or whoever it may be, it or they will influence how you work in this decade, from this day forward. The possibilities for you to grow, lead, and live more fully are endless.
Welcome to the new enhanced and dynamic you of 2020 and beyond. Are you ready?
If scheduling a one-time workshop is your answer to leadership training but your young talent is still showing signs of frustration, a workshop is not the answer. You recognize this because you’ve been in their position at one time. If you’d like to create a more complete plan that offers better results with increased productivity, more satisfied team members and increased retention, let’s talk. Contact me at Susan@SusanGoldbergLeadership.com