If you are like any of my readers, you have high potential and are versatile at many things. You enjoy exploring life’s possibilities, and work is about gaining experience. You are committed to continuous education and personal development – striving to grow. You measure success on your ability to strengthen your character, to make decisions and be responsible. You want personal freedom so you can pursue things greater than yourself.
Most people I speak with do not know their company’s vision statement or even have a personal vision. Most people laugh at vision statements. They imagine yellow daisies, green flowing grass and bright blue skies with big white puffy clouds which is the land visions come from. Some punch at and poke fun of these inspiring dreams and vision statements.
Hey, I am Kirby Ingles, but I am sure you already know that. This week I wanted to share a few questions and answers with you that I have gotten over the last few weeks. I also wanted to offer you an opportunity to ask me anything. There are a few different ways you can do this.
Each person is unique. We also share many similar experiences that unite us. One thing that comes to thought is the labels we create. We allow ethnicity, nationality, language, arbitrary physical distinctions, spirituality, religion, gender, orientation and other things to unite and divide us.
It is the experiences, not labels that shape our worldview. Our views rise from the responsibility we assume for choices and the environment around us. The amount of control we have in our lives and environment. Our view is something we conceptualize through experiences.
Finding the right coach the fits your needs is a challenge. There are many concerns with selecting someone to help you grow in life. Trust and access are the first couple problems that surface.
A coach is going to know things about your life that few people know. You are on-the-go and do not have flexibility. You feel uncomfortable taking a call with your intimate partner nearby about your relationship. Getting help with your profession with your peers in listening mode is tough to overcome.