The journey of a 1000 miles begins with a single step
Starter For 10
I bet it’s safe to say 2020 hasn’t turned out the way you expected or hoped for!
It may have thrown your life upside down or given you time to rethink and review life. Maybe you recognise the need for change, you’ve been forced to change or perhaps you just want to build your resilience for 2021.
Change is a gradual process – you don’t suddenly wake up with everything you want. Change starts with a small step; a seed that we plant, then nurture. It takes time and consistency and patience.
“Be not afraid of growing slowly, be afraid only of standing still” (Chinese Proverb)
Building good habits and daily routines is the key to transformation. Firstly, we need to identify what’s important to us and where we want to head so we can set our daily compass. It then becomes easier to make decisions and take actions that ensure we stay on track towards our destination.
Action builds momentum. Once we start, things begin to happen and we see results. This increases our energy and enthusiasm. It becomes easier to do the things we need to do and gradually we stop doing things that don’t serve us.
Starter for 10 is a catalyst for change. It won’t solve all your problems but it will help you take that vital first step and develop the skills you need to deal with life. You will highlight key areas to work on and be given the tools necessary to support you on this journey.
How does it work?
A worksheet will be sent directly to your inbox each day of the programme. In addition there will be live Q&A sessions on Day 5 and Day 10 to provide extra support.
You will notice a huge impact just by committing 10 minutes to each exercise, though the more you engage with the tasks the more you will get out of them. Many of these exercises are practical steps that you can implement immediately. There are lots of tips to help you along the way too.
*Identifying your priorities
*Well-being and how to incorporate into your daily life
*Using your time effectively
I’ve really enjoyed the programme, Rebecca. So well put together and thought out – and lots of food for thought. The challenges for me were the wheel of life and the power of language but, the silver lining is that now I know where to focus. My successes have been making time and spending the time to focus on it each day and I’ve really enjoyed that focus!