Fit your ideal job into your ideal life

I often write about people who don’t know what they want. I want to talk to today about someone who really does know, and how that may not be enough.

Yesterday I talked with a woman, Dawn, who is rapidly approaching burn out on her job and career. She considers leaving her job every few . . . → Read More: Fit your ideal job into your ideal life

Craft Your Ideal Day (Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 7)

Live A Better Life Newsletter (Tools and Tips for Intentional Living) Craft Your Ideal Day Volume 1 Issue 7, March 16, 2009

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Spring is just around the corner. You can feel it, . . . → Read More: Craft Your Ideal Day (Newsletter Vol 1 Issue 7)

My favorite exercise – designing your Ideal Day

This is excerpted from my free report: Five Days to Goals That Inspire You, and inspired from many sources (including, in no particular order, Barbara Sher, Paul McKenna, Jennifer Louden, Sarah Ban Breathnach, and Martha Beck).

Start by imagining your Ideal Day. Set aside an hour and allow yourself to daydream. Imagine what one . . . → Read More: My favorite exercise – designing your Ideal Day

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Paul Immanuel, CEO & Principal Consultant, Immanuel Consulting Services, LLC