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From Turbulence to Triumph: Unleashing Your Inner Leader Amidst Life's Shifting Seasons



This is a photo of me in a transition season.


I was starting my new business in Sydney, Australia.


I was out playing basketball with a bunch of guys who I was getting to know.


I got hit in the face and blood went all over the place. That’s what that whole season felt like - getting punched in the nose every day.


It hurts. It sucks, and today I want to share with you some keys to getting through it and making it enjoying the season.


As a leader, you will face many seasons in your lives and careers.


Some are seasons of growth and flourishing, while others are seasons of transition and change.


Transitions can be difficult and uncertain, leaving you feeling overwhelmed and unsure of your next steps. But, with the right mindset and tools, you can navigate these seasons with grace and emerge stronger on the other side.


One of the keys to successfully navigating a transition season is having a clear understanding of your identity.

Who are you as a leader and what is your purpose?


The biblical book of Isaiah says that “Those who trust in the Lord will find new strength. They will soar high on wings like eagles. They will run and not grow weary. They will walk and not faint” (Isaiah 40:31).


When you trust in your identity as a leader and are rooted in your purpose, you can find the strength to face any challenge.


It’s also important to have a support system during a transition season.

Surrounding yourself with people who believe in you and will encourage you through the ups and downs is crucial.


Research shows that having a strong support system can increase your resilience and help you bounce back from difficult situations more quickly.


Another key aspect of navigating a transition season is to have a growth mindset.

Instead of viewing change as a threat, you can see it as an opportunity for growth and development.


By embracing new challenges and approaching them with a curious and open mind, you can expand your skills and knowledge.


As Carol Dweck, a leading researcher in the field of motivation, says, “A growth mindset is one where individuals believe their abilities and intelligence can be developed through hard work, good strategies, and input from others.”


It’s also important to have a clear plan for action during a transition season.


Having a roadmap for your goals and priorities can help you stay focused and on track. This could include setting daily or weekly goals, seeking out new learning opportunities, or seeking out mentorship or coaching.


Navigating a transition season as a leader (that’s you) requires a combination of understanding your identity, having a strong support system, embracing a growth mindset, and having a clear plan of action.


By approaching change with grace and a positive outlook, you can emerge stronger and more equipped to lead in the next season of your lives and careers.


So, are you ready to take on the challenges of a transition season?


Are you willing to trust in your identity as a leader and embrace new opportunities for growth and development?


Remember, the journey may be difficult, but the destination will be worth it.

**If you are serious about getting through this transition season, and you want to talk about what that could look like, let me know. I have a few openings for new clients who want to invest in their greatness.


***For business owners in transition needing help, let me know. I’d love to learn more about what you are working on, and your goals. This could look more like an advisor for you to save you time and money.


Plus, whenever you are ready - here are 5 more ways you can drastically improve your mindset, increase your revenue as a high performer and look good doing it.

  1. My latest devotional, Think and Grow Wise on Youversion

  2. 1-1 Coaching with me. (Think partnership, trusted advisor)

  3. Coaching devotionals

  4. Grow Podcast

  5. Grab a hoodie or beanie



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