I’ve made another video – this time it’s one where you actually see my face! I hope you like it. I’m on a mission to get more comfortable with creating videos (I find it strange not having an audience!) so I’d love to hear what you think and what tips you have for improvement.
Today I’m sharing a future visioning technique. If you have difficulty imagining what your future may look like give this technique a try – click on the image below to watch the video. Let me know in the comments how you get on.
If you enjoyed that you may be excited to know that the pilot of the brand new programme Draw Out Your Future is now open for enrolment. The 6-week programme kicks off on Tuesday, January 12th 7pm GMT and I can’t wait to meet everyone.
This programme has been designed so that we can all feel excited about our future regardless of what else is going on in the world.
Over the course of 6 weeks we will:
- Learn a clear process for drawing out your future (no artistic skills required) that you can reuse time and time again, using visual goal setting and action planning
- Gain focus, clarity and direction in your life so that you feel calm and in control of your destiny
- Feel excited about your future and use that excitement to propel you forward
- Boost your self-esteem so that you feel more resilient when dealing with life’s obstacles
- Harness the power of the collective and be part of a unique supportive community
We’ll be using digital visual templates which you will get copies of to use and reuse at will 😊. Let’s start 2021 as we mean to go on – with creativity, flair and purpose.
And as this is a pilot programme, places are going for around half the price of what I intend to sell them for. There will be a maximum of 12 people on the programme so be sure to act quickly to secure your place! You can also sign-up for a bundle package which includes three 1:1 coaching sessions alongside the 6-week programme.
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