There comes a point in your career or business when you just need to take a break or pause.
For high-achievers this can be a really daunting prospect.
If you’re a high achiever you’re likely hardworking with big goals. You likely have a strong desire to make a meaningful impact with what you do.
And so naturally the thought of taking a break or a pause can feel like taking a step backwards in the wrong direction.
However the science and data proves that this ISN’T so.
In today’s episode we’re diving into The High Achiever’s Guide to Taking An Effective Pause From Prioritising Work.
Together we’ll explore some of that science and data and why it’s a good thing to take a break and most importantly how you can get started.
In this Episode We Explore:
- Is it really OK for you to take a pause from prioritising work?
- If you do take a break how to prevent it being a step backwards in the wrong direction
- What you need to know to take a break or pause “successfully”
- The science and data backing up why it’s a good thing to stop prioritizing work for a bit
- How you can being to take an effective pause from prioritizing work in your own life right now
If you need support in your career or business right now to get unstuck or reassess if you’re going in the right direction, I’m opening up a few select VIP day experiences in the month of June only.
This is for you if you want personalized laser focused support to get unstuck and get crystal clarity on your next move in one day rather than months.
These VIP days are an opportunity to get 1:1 support from someone who’s well versed in the world of embodiment, energetics and subconscious re-patterning work to get to the heart of what’s keeping you stuck.
If you’d like more information, send me an email at email@example.com and I’ll send over all the details.
These are only open for the month of June so if you need support, now is the time to reach out.
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