I can’t believe we’re in December already!
It always surprises me how fast time goes and how slowly it can go at the same time.
So often we are focused on setting new goals, and what we need to do to move forward, but to be honest, one of the most effective things we can do is reflect on what has been working and what hasn’t and use that as fuel to change things up if needed or hit the reset button.
In this episode, I share some of my reflections on what my top five life and career lessons have been from 2022 to support you with coming up with what some of your lessons might have been.
In this Episode We Explore:
- My top 5 lessons from 2022
- The importance of anchor habits and routines that make you feel good
- How my lessons can apply to your 2022 reflection
- Questions you can ask yourself to reflect on your year
- Interview with Dr. Laurena Law: Women’s Health, Menopause + Career Choices: www.siobhanbarnes.com/22
Since running the 2023 Reinvention Workshop back in November, I’ve been hearing of the challenges that are coming up for many of you in actually creating the changes needed to execute on your most aligned goals next year.
Many of these come down to the beliefs and thoughts you have around why you can or can’t have what you want….
Which is why I’ve decided to offer one off Rapid Transformational Therapy Sessions just for the month of December.
These are an opportunity for us to look at a specific challenge or belief that is stopping you from going after your most aligned goals in life and work. Together we’ll do the important some subconscious repatterning work to upgrade your operating system.
I usually reserve this work for my long term clients but I can really see the value in offering these powerful sessions as a one off to support you in upgrading your beliefs before the new year.
These sessions are only available for the next two weeks until Friday 16th December and they will book out fast.
If you want to claim one of the limited spots you can read more and book in below:
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