Some of the hardest decisions in my life involved me figuring out when to persevere, and when to let go.
In the past, it meant quitting my job and working for myself. It has also meant taking a chance on an experiment in 2014 to leave Vancouver and see what it felt like to immerse in a different lifestyle.
These days, it can mean putting a project I worked hard on to bed or being brave to do something even though I feel like an imposter.
Some reinventions are born from a traumatic response (i.e. you’re fired from your job or your spouse leaves you).
Some reinventions are born from active seeking (i.e. you want to start a business or you want to learn something new).
Some reinventions are born from lessons learned (i.e. you experience burnout and it taught you to redefine success).
Each time a major shift happens in our lives, we get to choose who we want to become or risk never reaching our full potential.
I share the 3 life change triggers that are telling signs it may be your time for reinvention. Which one resonated most with you?
Change means Reinvention.
Each time a major shift happens in our lives, we have to choose who we want to become or risk never reaching our full potential.
Change is happening to us in every stage of our lives whether we like it or not.
Reinvention is using the experiences of change to proactively create a happier and more fulfilling version of our lives.
Here’s the thing…
We have to choose Reinvention.
It’s not about waiting for your future to find you.
We have to take charge to create a vision that’s meaningful for our future. This requires you to have immense self-awareness in what sparks joy for you, and be conscious in every decision you make every single day.
If it’s time to reinvent yourself, I would love for you to join me on my free masterclass where you’ll receive the guidance you need to clarify your purposeful path and live your personal vision of meaningful success.