Have you heard of the term “Essentialism?”
It was coined by the author Greg McKeown who wrote the book of the same title.
Essentialism is fundamentally about designing and taking control of your life so that you can purposefully direct your energy to bring you closer to your goals.
It’s about knowing the things that will move you forward and putting them before everything else, and living by design rather than default.
Nonessentialism is everywhere…our lives become cluttered and we take action based on what we’ve always done, what other people want for us or what we see as the default action to take.
Can you see how this might relate to your work and career?
In this episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast we explore the big and little picture of essentialism in your career and how you can embrace being an essentialist to reboot your career in a meaningful direction
In this Episode We Explore:
- What “Essentialism” and “Nonesssentialism” are
- How the mindset and identity of essentialism can put you own the career path that is for you
- The 2 parts to embracing being and Essentialist
- Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less by Greg McKeown
- Ep 84: The 3 Secret Reasons High Achieving Women Come to Me For Career Support
Untamed CEO Mindset Intensives
If you want to create meaningful change in your life and career, it starts with your mindset.
In this session we will address the operating system that your subconscious is running on, what’s keeping you stuck and undecided, where to shift your focus and the next best step for you to take on your career journey so that you feel excited about your career again.
It’s time to become the Untamed CEO so that you can stop relentless striving and start living and leading as the real you in your life and career.
In this experience I bring together my training in Rapid Transformational Therapy (RTT), feminine embodiment coaching, energetics and neuroscience.
In a nutshell: you are upgraded holistically.
By the end of our time together, you will find freedom and peace in your life and career and start trusting yourself, your path and your purpose.
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