I was feeling restless, frustrated and a little stalled out. Many talk of a 5 year plan and I wasn’t even feeling like I had a handle on a 5 month plan, let alone the mindset necessary to set those career goals. I was looking for coaching on how to think about my current career circumstance, as well as how to proceed in terms of “what’s next.”
Work Bigger sessions facilitated a shift in mindset for me. In addition to doing the work to really articulate an introspective mission statement, I learned new (life) skills and essentially reframed my career circumstance.
Work Bigger drove a shift for which I am grateful: a possibility mindset. Work Bigger sessions created space for me to remove assumptions, shift my perceptions and be actively part of my own change. This change sounds subtle, but the work is challenging and is meant to be a life approach, rather than a quick fix to land a new gig.
My advice to those considering Work Bigger is to remove assumptions, be clear on why you are considering it and understand that just like saving for retirement, it’s an investment in yourself. Work Bigger does not provide the answers, but rather gives you the training wheels so you may ultimately ride that bike yourself.