Identity Shifts: Unlocking Behaviour Change To Create the Life and Career You Want

February 11, 2024

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You can always start again.


As this episode goes live it is officially the Lunar New Year and for me, mindset wise, the Lunar New Year feels more like the official start to my year than January 1st.


Reflecting on the year so far, reminded me that there is no arbitrary date that we have to wait for in order to make a change in our lives or career, regardless of the size of the change. 


But I do know that navigating reinvention and transition can be a challenge.


So if the last month or so hasn’t really gone to plan, or if you’ve been navigating a difficult season in your personal or professional life, I’m inviting you to begin again with the Lunar New Year.


In this episode of The Aligned Achiever podcast I’m sharing with you the five levels of behaviour change that will help you to create the change that is weighing on your mind so that you can embrace your identity to achieve the desired results.


Wishing you all a very joy-filled, healthy and resilient Year of the Dragon ahead!




In this Episode We Explore:

  • The 5 levels of behaviour change required to navigate change without feeling like you’re losing your mind
  • The foundational requirement of having clarity on your identity to lead your behaviour change
  • Why I want you to embrace the identity you desire this year to achieve your goals
  • Questions to reflect on if you are unsure of the next level identity that you are ready to step into


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