[Key point: If you are doing everything right, working hard and still not getting the fulfillment, don’t just label it as the mid-life crisis. You may be ready to transition to the next maturity stage. It’s your choice to pay heed
I ask this question to my clients and class participants: Describe some occasions from the recent past when you felt excited and fulfilled. The common responses I get are, “when I graduated college”, “got my dream job”, “had my last
Last year, an engineer, let me call him Tom, came to me. He looked very tired and unhappy. “Sharmin, I am working long days, late nights, still my manager wants me to do more, have more impact, show more leadership…where
[Anyone is capable of making the transition to the next level – it is not tied to a dollar amount or an age limit.] Found this recently: Everyone lives at one of three levels in life: Survival, Success and Significance.
[If you are reading this only to find another “but” for not making any change, please give yourself permission to use this time for something else :). -Sharmin] Last week I saw two relevant posts on this topic, one in
Have you ever heard an extrovert having a development plan to become quieter or making an effort to have lone time for them? Probably not too often. But if you are an introvert there are tons of feedback for you to