Career Pathway #190: Full Enough?

Is your life full enough? I am not wondering about the amount of activities and free time, but the level of fulfillment, fun, and excitement you are experiencing. Generally speaking, there is always room for more of the above. And, typically, it is not difficult to jazz things up.

So, what would you add or change? Relationships with more colleagues? A new project, committee, or appointment to a board? Formal or informal training in a particular field, specialty, topic? A new hobby? Joining a professional group? Getting more involved in politics or social interest? Taking a cooking class? Trying yoga or some other fitness/meditative activity? Finding a walking partner or joining an exercise class? 

The possibilities for engagement are endless and flexible, leaving no room for excuse. If you want or need “more,” then go after it. It is out there waiting for you to indulge. You have so much to gain and so little to lose. Those who are more engaged tend to be happier and more alive. It shows in their demeanor, spirit, and capacity. People notice. It is an attractive trait. Try something new this week, and send me an email to tell me about it. Email Kate

Coaching Inquiries: If you had some time today, what would you really like to do with it? What about tomorrow? What is holding you back? How can you let go of that obstacle and live more fully?

To reply to this Pathway, use our Feedback Form. To learn more about how a LifeTrek coach can support and guide you in your career development process, please Email Kate or use our Contact Form to schedule a complimentary coaching session. This will give you the opportunity to experience our coaching first hand and to receive the benefits of an individual session, focused specifically on your desires and process.

May you be filled with goodness, peace, and joy.

Kate Kriynovich (Kate@LifeTrekCoaching.com)
LifeTrek Coaching International
Columbus, OH
U.S.A.

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