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Identify Your Definition of Success

Free course helping you find clarity on what success means to you.

Do you sometimes feel:

  • Disoriented with where you're going in life and career, not knowing what you should be aiming for?

  • Overwhelmed with opportunities and directions in which you can go?

  • Stuck in a hamster wheel, too busy working on everyday things, and not being able to plan your life and career?

  • Worried that you're wasting time and you will regret not following your passions and purpose earlier?

  • Pressured by society to follow a certain path and fit into a box that doesn't make you happy or fulfilled?

  • Misunderstood by friends and family because you're looking for something different from this life?

  • Confused about what will make you happy and how to structure your life and career?

Let me help you find clarity

I’ve been researching the topic for years now – after a controversial career decision that got me thinking about what success meant to me. Since then, I’ve developed my own methodology for defining success and being able to communicate it with others – which I want to share with you!

What does success look like to you?

We ask this question a lot when interviewing for a new role, but we don’t take the time to properly define what it looks like for us – for our lives. It’s hard to be intentional about how you live your life without having that vision though. 

Let’s break the cycle of simply floating through life, let’s take action and identify what your definition of success is.

I'm inviting you to:

  • Become crystal clear on what’s important to you in life

  • Define your priorities and set sustainable goals for yourself

  • Start creating your unique and fulfilling life - both long-term and every day

  • Create a success statement that will help you stay on track and communicate your definition of success with others

"If you don't prioritize your life, someone else will."

Greg McKeown

Are you ready to be proactive about your success and happiness?

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