When I first embarked on reinventing myself, I didn’t have many stories, insights, and lessons from the journey to reinvention. I often felt alone or like the crazy one that lost his way. However, that doesn’t have to be the case for you. Reinvention is challenging enough on its own, we don’t need to feel alone or like we have lost our way. This blog will help you learn from my experiences and those I have had the opportunity to learn from. This is the blog I wish I would have been able to follow and read when I first embarked on the journey to reinvention.
Just when you think you know all there is to know, it turns out there is so much more to discover and learn. Last year, I discovered the artisan world of champagne and there’s no turning back.
After I started to apply the growth mindset for myself, I realized that without this one thing, growth mindset did not work. For the growth mindset to drive success, I can’t only focus on my growth.
Since I was young, I was obsessed with learning how people succeed over and over again. As an adult I studied the science and psychology success. In my research, I found 4 building blocks that created a foundation for successfully reinventing myself multiple times.
Over the last 5 days, from my window, I saw one woman making a difference, demonstrating powerful leadership, and recruiting others. She did all of this with a green apron and a pile of trash.
While building my new business, I realized I was thinking too strategically for my own good. It was slowing me down and I wasn’t even enjoying the process. Then I remembered the #1 lesson I teach aspiring entrepreneurs.
Sometimes I think back to all of the things I should have started or done earlier in life. It makes me wonder if it’s too late to start now. A walk by the seaside helped me have a breakthrough shift in my thinking about this.
One of the challenges with reinvention are all of the new skills you must learn to be successful. However, this can also be one of the best things about reinventio
Stepping into new roles with no experience is scary. One switch I made after 20 years taught me that reinvention was possible and exciting!
One of the most important lessons I’ve learned along the reinvention journey is that you never know who is holding the keys to the next breakthrough in your life.
A dear friend gifted me a book that taught me one of the most powerful lessons I’ve learned in many years. I needed this more than I knew.
For years I created and delivered content on stages and classrooms. When the pandemic started, I had to reinvent that into digital content.
I never imagined that an art history class I took in college would teach me one of the most important lessons in reinventing myself.