I remember when I was younger I always found the question, where do you want to be in the next 5 years?, frustrating and oh, a little irritating. It was usually only asked in job interviews. Which made it even worse because you had to temper it against the actual job you were going for and figure out how you might sound, say, if you really wanted that person’s, the one who is interviewing you, position. You don’t want to come off as TOO ambitious or full of yourself, right?😉
That’s not an easy situation or question neither is this what’s your mission question. It takes careful consideration & reflection. And often, it requires help and a sounding board to find it. Especially if for awhile now you have been doing things, such as staying with that job in that company that you don’t love, that aren’t necessarily in alignment with your values or your mission.
But if you don’t know what your mission is how then do you find it?
You start by listening to your heart.💓 What makes you fill up with joy? When you are doing that thing, does the time disappear? These questions are a start and how you answer them are clues. Once you know your mission, life gets easier, decisions become clearer and things get more FUN!
Want more help on finding your mission?
Oh hi there! If you are wondering, What is this that I’m scheduling?, then let me help a little more here. This thing would be, will be, is a 20-minute virtual call with me (the chick in the photo above with the red dress & leather jacket on) to talk through what Your Mission in life is. So you can gain a clearer picture on it, and to find out..hey maybe it is time for me to dig deeper, start moving towards that mission and find ways to live it all the time! Essentially this is a call to see if my coaching might be what your life could use right now to get you to where you are ready to go.
Sound cool? Ready to do it? I’d love to meet you. If yes, then click the button, schedule the call, find out what your mission is and to find out if we fit as a team to work together. Because it’s my mission in life to help you find yours.