You’ll never be happy in a career that is misaligned with your values or doesn’t allow you to play to your strengths. Period.
And so, many of us ended up at the wrong career because we lacked enough clarity about who we are and what’s important to us. Because, to put it simply, knowing who you are is an essential requirement for career happiness. Continue reading →
Coaches are known for asking a lot of questions. I’m curious by nature, you see, so it only made sense that I ended up becoming one.
Questions are valuable, but only if you ask the right ones.
For example, from all the telesummits I’ve listened to along the years, one has really stood up among all. And the reason was that they kept asking the same powerful questions to all the participants. It was great, and finally gave me a wonderful global understanding of the topic.
So when Nina Lenton shared this “chain of questions” blog post challenge, it got me interested right away.
And you know what? If you are not able to answer these questions for your own business (or soon to be business) it means Continue reading →