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Many things seem to work for others but what works for you? Identify that and pursue it.
What’s trending or working for others might not necessarily work for you. Don’t follow trends blindly, nor be pressured into doing what others are doing. Instead, analyse your life/situation and examine what is currently working/not working. Gain your insight into your own situation and discover what works for you.
There are circumstances where you follow what has worked for others. These are particularly true for specialised fields. For example, a scientist in the lab, when he / she follows an instruction for producing a particular product, he or she is very likely to get that product. We can also say that of a baker at a bakery shop. However, you would agree that, even in these specialised fields, people are now finding new ways of doing things to improve upon efficiency and reduce waste.
Having a clear understanding of who you are; what you stand for: your values, beliefs, responsibilities, likes, dislikes etc. is a good starting point for working out what works for you. Throughout this month, PHA Coaching is giving out free 1-2-1 coaching sessions on the subject of ‘Life Balance’. Contact PHA Coaching for more information.
Your life and the people involved in it are affected by your actions and choices, so why follow the path of someone else? I am a firm believer of the concept of ‘adopt and adapt’. Adopt what is working and adapt it to suit your personal circumstance. ‘There is no need to reinvent the wheel.’
People appreciate originality and creativity. Staying true to yourself to work things out your way is what makes a character unique. By taking time to analyse your situation, and by acquiring the right tools to help you move forward, you equip yourself with the power of knowing exactly where you’re heading to and how you’ll get there.
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From my younger years I have been fascinated about the differences in cultures. I still am.