My life is good, and I'm good at what I do. Why do I need clarity?
You are a great achiever. You’re beloved by others, and people often ask you how you do it. But inside, you feel like you're not making the difference you had hoped you would, and that life is often too much to handle. Perhaps you're not even sure what you want anymore.
You could be lacking clarity.
Envision yourself, your life, 10 years from now. 15 years from now. What matters most to you? What brings you meaning? Can you picture yourself living out or into these things?
Now, look at the different events, commitments, activities, and choices in your life right now. The things that fill the 168 hours you are given each week.
Do the elements that make up your present life put you on a path to creating meaning in your future, to living into the things that matter most?
Generating clarity means knowing who you are, knowing what you’re after, and knowing how you’re going to achieve that goal or dream. Now and in the future. When you have clarity, you no longer feel like you're drowning.
Join us for The Best Life Movement's December workshop on how to align your life with what matters. You will leave this workshop with tools for generating clarity in your life.
Let’s involve our selves in the things today that will make it impossible to simply go through the motions, and almost inevitable to not accomplish the things that matter most.
Who is facilitating our discussion this month?
The Best Life Movement is pleased to welcome speaker, blogger, and high-performance trainer, Steve Arnold. Steve used to be a software engineer until he realized that his career wasn't in alignment with who he truly wanted to be. So, he left his corporate programming job and started his entrepreneurial journey. After some additional soul searching, he realized that his overcommitment to his professional life and lack of awareness in the present moment was robbing him of so much potential joy. After that, he committed himself to balance and living into the person he truly wanted to be, a "world-class" father, a "world-class" husband, and a "world-class" community leader. To stay true to his desire to be a "world-class" community leader, Steve has recently begun his journey into high-performance training. Now, he is committed to helping others feel the joy he's so grateful to experience each and every day.