Gabe sought passion in his work yet; he didn’t have words to describe what he really wanted. A part-time musician and accountant, he felt stuck in his career. “I’m just an accountant. I don’t see anything special in my work,” Gabe lamented. “Be yourself, I suggested. “Passion, and the life you want, will find you.”
How did you feel after your last workplace performance review? Since then, do you look forward to your job every morning? Does the workday fly by? At the end of each day are you excited about tomorrow? Maybe your job is no longer a challenge and you feel unfulfilled? You want more and you don’t know what to do. You ask yourself, “Do I want to feel unfulfilled next year or longer and how do I find job fulfillment?”
German Shorthair Pointer’s innate characteristics were noticed and refined by breeders when they saw how pointing and chasing game could be used for human hunting needs. These characteristics were derived from predecessor Pointers who developed these skills for their survival. Their ancestors were hunters and similar to the Cheetah they found and out ran their prey for survival.
I’ve always been an average golfer using my father’s hand-me-down clubs and, I didn’t spend much time golfing due to lack of commitment. As a business executive, I spent most of my golfing career playing charity golf with clients where individual performance wasn’t important. As a result, my game didn’t improve much over the years, but for the same reasons, I learned a lot about divots!
Life coaches may help a client find meaning in random events that occur when coaching. A spilled beverage, noise outside the room, or any interruption the client perceives is not an accident if the coach uses the opportunity to help the client discern deeper meaning.
About the Author
Richard Wilberg is a creativity coach, musician, writer, photographer, and former business leader who lives in Madison, Wisconsin.