Coaching for transition: what do you want to do
or be next?

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose

Dr Seuss

I love working with people who are looking to make changes in their lives. It may be a significant transition – new directions and new pathways, or stepping away from full-time work to embrace a portfolio of activities of which ‘formal’ work may only be a part.

Or it can be a quiet but determined reconnection with lost passions or sense of purpose, making space for something that’s been neglected or forgotten along the way. Sometimes you may simply be restless or bored with your current role, without being clear about the changes you want to make. In fact, being successful in your current role can make it harder to see a different direction.

Significant transitions are inevitably accompanied by some sense of emotional shock or dislocation as familiar roles or your sense of purpose and identity undergo challenge and reassessment. But this can also be a time of excitement and liberation as you glimpse new directions and opportunities and gain answers to ‘what do I want to do next?’ and ‘what am I now free for?’

I draw on a variety of practical and intuitive processes, and a range of tools and frameworks to help you challenge previous assumptions and beliefs and to envisage new pathways.

Coaching for transition: what do you want to do
or be next?

You have brains in your head. You have feet in your shoes. You can steer yourself any direction you choose

Dr Seuss

I love working with people who are looking to make changes in their lives. It may be a significant transition – new directions and new pathways, or stepping away from full-time work to embrace a portfolio of activities of which ‘formal’ work may only be a part.

Or it can be a quiet but determined reconnection with lost passions or sense of purpose, making space for something that’s been neglected or forgotten along the way. Sometimes you may simply be restless or bored with your current role, without being clear about the changes you want to make. In fact, being successful in your current role can make it harder to see a different direction.

Significant transitions are inevitably accompanied by some sense of emotional shock or dislocation as familiar roles or your sense of purpose and identity undergo challenge and reassessment. But this can also be a time of excitement and liberation as you glimpse new directions and opportunities and gain answers to ‘what do I want to do next?’ and ‘what am I now free for?’

I draw on a variety of practical and intuitive processes, and a range of tools and frameworks to help you challenge previous assumptions and beliefs and to envisage new pathways.

The natural development pattern is not for people to keep the same dreams but to relinquish old dreams and generate new ones throughout their lifetime. Often a job, once a perfect fit with your talents and interests, ultimately becomes boring or a career loses its power to take you where you want to go. Sometimes the transition is generated internally and sometime precipitated by external changes

William Bridges

Transition

Workshops and Retreats

I offer a series of workshops and retreats aimed at providing a quiet, contemplative space and a supportive environment for people who want to explore where their lives will take them next, to prepare for a major transition or new opportunity, or simply to take time out for reflection and renewal.

For more information, contact me at janel@lowtherconsulting.com.au

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Transition

Workshops and Retreats

I offer a series of workshops and retreats aimed at providing a quiet, contemplative space and a supportive environment for people who want to explore where their lives will take them next, to prepare for a major transition or new opportunity, or simply to take time out for reflection and renewal.

For more information, contact me at janel@lowtherconsulting.com.au

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“What do I want to do next, what am I now free for?”

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