Challenges in your job are like little lemony gifts you get to turn into lemonade.
You know what I’m talking about. The kind of stuff that wreaks havoc with your confidence and makes you question yourself. Maybe you’ve even wondered, “What’s wrong with me?”
Well, I’ve got good news… There’s nothing wrong with you!
Your biggest challenges can nearly always be solved by taking action, and feeling confident when you do. But you get stuck, because you’re not sure, exactly, what action to take.
I help you to identify the core issue, understand the context of the situation, figure out the right way to respond, and identify the best action to take.
And in the process you become empowered, confident and a little more kick-ass than you may feel right now.
Let’s look at some of the pressing questions others have struggled with. Maybe you have these too.
:: How do you deal with a manager that’s kind of a bully?
:: How do you get a micro-manager off your back?
:: How do you clarify your work goals, so you know exactly what to focus on each day?
:: How do you get everything done – and leave work on time – when the to-do list seems overwhelming?
:: How do you communicate more effectively, especially if you disagree with others?
:: How do you ask for what you need at work, without feeling incompetent?
:: How do you deal with negative and difficult colleagues, customers, and personalities?
:: How do you get a raise and promotion, when you have no idea how to ask, or even if you deserve it?
All of the challenges you face in your job are manageable.
Most can be tackled without having to quit, throw a temper tantrum or drink heavily. ; )
You simply need to understand what action to take, how to take it, and feel confident doing so. You can get a jump start with your own free e-course on finding more peace at work.
Here’s your 4-step plan. (See how I’m already clarifying the action you can take?)
- Step 1: Get my free 21 Days to Peace at Work E-course. It’ll help shift you into controlling the most important thing you can control…YOU!
- Step 2: Tell me your biggest issue. In the first email, I ask you to tell me the biggest challenge you’re facing in your work. Be sure to respond so I can understand what’s bugging you.
- Step 3: Take the actions I outline each day in the course. Even if you don’t feel like it, try one thing each day that is different from what you are doing now.
- Step 4: Then, notice what happens when you subtly shift your actions. What do you notice about how you feel, and about how other people interact with you?