Each of us has a past, a present and a future self.

Our featured article suggests that we become our desired future self by first imagining it and then changing our narrative to fit this future self’s image.

The reality is that changing our story to a new one is complicated. We have a big emotional investment in our past, and old stories are hard to change.

Both of us are certified Gallup Strengths Coaches, trained to help people visualize the best version of their future selves. What happens in the privacy of our career coaching sessions is remarkable. Clients dream big, drop their old stories, and create images of future success. And according to our feature article:

“Telling people who you want to be is incredibly powerful because it will compel you to make your behaviour consistent with your new story.”

We guide our clients with proven exercises and methodology to identify their strengths and values, helping them align their careers to suit their vision of their future selves.

We want everyone to feel great about their future. Feeling good and being on purpose is what we are all about.

Consider enrolling in our Meaningful Career Coaching Bundle that includes three coaching sessions and a bonus Strength Assessment. In these sessions we guide you to understand who you are, where you want to go and how to get there. It’s priced at $375, a worthy investment in your future.

We want the very best for you!

PeerSpectively yours,

Louann and Stephanie

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It’s that time of year again:
Have you thought about who you want to be next year?

by Harvey Schackter, The Globe and Mail

Are you the same person you were 10 years ago? The answer, undoubtedly, is no.

Will you be the same person you are now in 10 years’ time? Again, presumably no.

Exactly how you will change may seem uncertain – out of your hands. But it’s not. Events and other people will have a role – assignments you are given being a notable example – but organizational psychologist Benjamin Hardy says the changes over time in your personality and skills are not out of your control.