Have you lost sight of your WHY ?
“I’ve just been through another day and there was nothing in it for me.”
“I used to be so full of energy and ambition, now the days totally drain me.”
“Somebody owns me. I’m not building my life, I’m building somebody elses life.”
On the surface you’re successful
but you’re slowly dying inside.
Does your fast-paced corporate life exhaust you so that at the end of the work day you feel like you’ve been run over by a bus.
You have trouble sleeping.
You can’t remember the last time you had real “me-time”.
You remember the days when you were oozing of energy and ambition but now you feel stuck.
And it’s not YOU to be stuck.
There’s so much more to be experienced and the real you wouldn’t settle for less.
There’s guilt because this is not the person you set out to be and definitely not what you want to model to your loved ones.
In your early twenties you directed a mental movie of the great life ahead and now you can’t reconcile that mental movie with reality.
You set out to create the good life and in some aspects you it’s been good but you’ve spent way too much time fulfilling other people’s ideas of what life is about.
Now you’re in place where you’re chasing your own tail.
The stress creates thoughts of not being capable to take charge again which leads to frustration and feeling of helplessness.
You’ve even become to doubt yourself and self-limiting beliefs has grown stronger.
To get out of that self-sabotage you daydream about a different life.
Living in the stress between self-sabotaging behavior and daydreaming of a different life is a vicious circle.
You yearn to LIVE LIFE ON YOUR OWN TERMS but you’ve become so disconnected from yourself you don’t know where to start.
The fact that you’ve read this far may be the first step on your journey back.
Let’s have a chat and see if we should work together. Apply here.
I’ve been there myself. Stuck. Big time.
For most of 2005 this question absorbed my mind from waking up and driving to the office.
“What’s the optimal speed to hit one of those trees, so I don’t kill myself but hurt myself enough to get three months in the hospital?”
It’s an understatement to say that I needed a break from running a $100 million dollar sales organization in one of the coolest IT-companies in the world at the time. I was 32 years old, had 65 people reporting to me, earned great money and I felt like shit.