To thrive in the corporate jungle, you have to be a true adventurer, focused on your destination, and able to navigate often previously unchartered territory. Great resilience can be required as you have to frequently deal with “challenging” situations, skilfully navigating to safe terrain in order to enjoy the results of your efforts. Sometimes it may seem like you are navigating a small boat on a turbulent ocean with a crew that can seem more of a hindrance than a reliable team or that your paymaster has little idea of what it takes to keep turning out great work. Even so, the voyage can be exhilarating, and you are often happy to be consumed by it until…
Perhaps you are beginning to realise when the thrill of this adventure ebbs away, you’re left with an emptiness….? And then some form of wake-up call occurs…and you finally start to weigh it all up. Where will this work and life ultimately take you? Who will be with you when you reach your destination? What kind of person are you becoming?
If you could...
… just stop the ceaseless call to action in your head to deliver results for a few minutes you might be interested to learn it’s possible to be the architect of your work and life where you evolve and learn a different way, no doctrines or other strings attached.
The Experiential Discovery Process
Perhaps you’re beginning to realise…. what person you’re becoming.