Do you carry your stress home from work?
Have you found it challenging to create a healthy, loving relationship because you’re constantly anxious about your career?
An unfulfilling job has the power to impact every aspect of your life.
That’s why the most meaningful, enduring gift you can give to the special person in your life (and yourself) is to take the steps necessary to create a fulfilling career.
This doesn’t mean to neglect a traditional Valentine’s Day gift!
Send flowers, buy a mushy card, arrange for a special night out…and take the opportunity to discuss plans to take control of your career.
Taking control of your career doesn’t necessarily require leaving your current job. Looking closely at behaviors and beliefs that might be limiting your progress, exploring how you can provide the leadership needed to change a toxic culture, and shifting your perspective can all make a big difference. And, if those actions don’t improve your job satisfaction, it might be time to explore other opportunities.
Does any of this sound familiar?
You’re a recognized leader but you have the feeling that something is missing.
Your colleagues think of you as Superman or Wonder Woman. Most of the time this feels amazing but lately it’s become a large burden to live up to.
You’ve driven five-year strategic plans, created mission and vision statements, and even crafted company values. But you haven’t taken the time to shape a life that feels fulfilling – that allows you to make a difference at the level you know is possible.
Work stress is impacting your personal relationships.
You’re not alone. I can help!
I’m Lisa Conners Vogt, MBA, CPC, APR - an Executive and Leadership Coach who is hired by individuals and organizations to elevate careers and lives.
Where others see limitations - I see opportunities!
Would you like to:
Achieve a more positive outlook and greater fulfillment in your career and personal life while driving extraordinary business results?
Move past the fear of taking risks that you know are necessary to accomplish even more?
Have a trusted advisor who will give you candid, honest feedback?