I attended a facilitator training recently. As a participant. And no, this wasn’t my first. You are never done. And I’m not just saying this because I do development stuff for a living. Different places have very different styles of doing things. Different professional fields still exist next to each other without a lot of crossover
Your goal is connected to your life, of course. But it is in many ways an evolution from where your life is right now. This might still feel a million miles away. By choosing surroundings that support you you can help yourself stay the course and stay motivated. A few pointers:` Physical environment: Where do you
Having conversations is how we rope in other people into our cause, into the changes we want to make. No big thing worth doing gets done alone, so, at some point, you are going to need other people. They can be our biggest source of energy and support, or it can be quite the opposite.
How can you anchor your plans and goals in reality? Put them in your calendar. Treat this like an appointment with your future self. Especially if you are very busy, if you wait for a time “when you have time”, it just might never happen. Or not have the attention it deserves. Identify key steps
Is it work? Is it learning? Is it fun? And why oh why? An attempt at an inquiry. “So, what do you actually DO on social media?” This question came up a few times in the last months, and in very different areas of my life – usually met with puzzlement at me either apparently