Design Your Year: Overcoming Obstacles

Taking Back Control

  1. By resolving this one issue how would the entire situation improve?
  2. If it was easy to solve — what would need to be done?
  3. Where can you take back control with this issue?
  4. Who else needs to be involved and how?
  5. What is the first, small step you can take to begin to resolve it?
  6. In an ideal situation; how would you solve this issue?
  1. What needs to be done?
  2. By whom?
  3. How can you help/encourage them to do it?
  4. What must you do? By when?
  5. What are the repercussions if you don’t do this?

Our Internal Obstacles

How are you getting in your own way?

How can you get out of your own way?!

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Kate is a renowned career strategist, confidence guru & coach on a mission to make everyone’s Mondays feel as good as Fridays. www.kate-bishop.co.uk

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