What is Your Starting Point?

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Take a moment to review the questions posed yesterday:

1. Where am I?
2. Where am I going?
3. What’s the best way to get there?
4. When will I get there?

These questions are very useful in the planning stage of possibilities. They give you a starting point and the place where you want to end up. The GPS is answering questions of things already in place and the tools to help get you there.

The first question is the easiest to answer in that you know where you are in a given situation. That is your starting point.

The next three answers to the questions to your future self are not in place for they have not yet been put into existence. It is up to you to listen to your inner GPS guidance system for the answers.

The caveat during transitions, whether personally or new directions professionally, are past beliefs and paradigms fighting against change.

The inner saboteurs are in their warring gear standing steadfast to have you believe that it is safer to stay put or you will end up in a worse position. They are determined to convince you that the “right” choice is not to rock the boat otherwise you will sink!

Check out our upcoming events:

July 8, 2009 – Thursdays – 3:30-4:30pm Eastern - “7 Organic Leadership Tracks: Passion to Mastery Group Coaching Circle” The focus of this circle is organic leadership development. This is for leaders who want to have their leadership development based on their values and vision – not someone else’s. This is a commitment to be the best. Click here for details and registration.

July 17, 2009 – Friday - 10:00 am Central / 11:00 am Eastern – Get It Done Cafe - Special Rate This Month: ONLY $10! This is the perfect answer to help procrastinators and for you with too much to do. Attendees have earned more money by submitting overdue invoices, removed clutter from their desk, took action on getting programs started and more. Café opens via telephone at 11:00am Eastern – you will check in intermittently with final check-in at 2:30pm Eastern. Click here for more information and to register.