Over to you, what is your theme for 2017
It is hard to believe that this year is almost gone and 2017 is unfolding. I have been entirely busy with my highly fulfilling coaching work, volunteering work on coaching communities and associations and supporting with friends and family. Also some very good getaways for sanity checks, it was all good.
Consciously getting myself into loving others was one of the goals in 2016. And most of the time, I forgot about it or I have conditions set; sometimes even quite harsh. The conclusion, I am not as loving as imagined. In the process of the try-outs, I found that the mission Serving for Change really resonates my body, my mind, and my heart. You know when those are not fighting with each other.
Ability to adapt to change without loosing ourselves is crucial to success in this VUCA world (volatility, uncertainty, complexity, and ambiguity). To be part of the support has a deep meaningful to me.
What is my theme in 2017?
My own learning and development. Serving for Change in a effectively pleasant way is so hard. To start with it, I must focus on my own development.
What is the first step for me?
To express my commitments will help me to step forward. Here I go,
I commit to:
Get coaching to help me accelerate the process
Open to broader information even though it seems uninteresting at first
Really to connect to relationships, and focus on others
Attain higher level of coaching certification
Enroll creative learning
Take more control of how I use my time to develop and convert into something value-added to friends, family, coachees, colleagues and myself.
I absolutely will stop looking into elsewhere for a change that I want to see, be it for myself or others. I look first into myself.
Over to you:
What is the theme that you want to focus on in 2017?
How does it excite you and give you meaning?
What is the first step to start into the theme?
What will you absolute stop doing?
Happy Christmas with your friends and family. Have a prepared start into the fruitful 2017 your way.
With respect and best wishes,