In many ways I guess you could say I’m taking a break and enjoying my holiday. I realize that with so many unanswered questions swirling around in my mind I’m finding it difficult to enjoy the break. Normally at the end of the six week summer vacation, I would know exactly what I was going to be doing in September and that would help me make the most of the holidays. You see normally the first term back, I’m working flat out and driving myself and my team to ensure that we get the best foundation for the new year group.
This September is going to be different. I’ve moved house, I’ve moved jobs and I’ve moved to a different country. It’s been all change and I guess reality is slowly creeping in. I don’t know if you’ve ever done DISC profiling, I am a true S and with stability and security at my core, the uncertainty of September has me in my stretch zone. I was in my panic zone for a moment and then I realized how truly lucky I am to have such a great opportunity.
You see, I’m getting to spend quality time with my parents and family – the main reason I moved back to JA. The other was the weather, and yes I am enjoying the ‘monotony’ of sunshine. It’s been fantastic waking up to the blue skies and bright sunshine. I’ve also appreciated the rain!
I know that it will all work out well and in truth I know I shouldn’t worry. Easier said than done! I know the things that I have to do in order to make the transition easier, I’m just not sure what’s stopping me from taking those steps. I think a part of me, still doesn’t believe that I’ve made the move and it still feels as if I’m here on holiday. I’m sure the feeling will stop soon.
I think I’m going to, scratch that, I WILL make a list of the things that I want to accomplish in the next month. I’m a planner, I feel better when I know where I’m going and what I’m doing. I’m then going to go through each item on the list and see what I need to start with, I’ll also be able to put in deadlines and work in my criteria, making sure I’m able to measure my achievement.
I never realized before how much blogging helps me clear my head and get focused. My next aim is to ensure that its relevant to even one other person and then build on that. My journey to qualifying as a Life Coach might have ended, however the journey to being the best Life Coach has only just begun. Building my practice is my next challenge – an exciting adventure!!!
Life is great and I am truly blessed. I am able to express myself freely and share my thoughts (yes they jump around quite a bit), spend time with friends and family and build my practice. It’s also bright and sunny outside and I get to write you!