“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, go together.” – African proverb.
They came as strangers with intention, eager to make progress in career or life transition. They were high achievers, having founded firms or professional practices, served in corporate roles or higher education. The common denominator was that they sought growth and personal development. Together, they formed our Plan B Mastermind. Last week they told their success stories and tales of personal growth on the recent webinar, Navigating Transition: Your Inner Voice is Calling. They said the Mastermind was rewarding; learning new habits, investing time in their own growth was very productive.
Personal Disruption begins with your inner voice saying, “I want my life to be something different.” “I want to stop doing x and move toward doing y.” Simple as that. You may know exactly what you are solving for; or you may not know what is on the other side of transition.
Along with Tracy Imm, we developed a five-part Transition Framework for personal disruption. Here’s the catch: you do all the work. The answers lie within you. A Mastermind offers the agenda, content, coaching and collaboration for growth and change. You set goals, share challenges, take accountability steps, make progress.
Tracy Imm and I, leadership and transition coaches, are launching a Fall Mastermind next month: Navigating Transition Mastermind, five sessions on Zoom for high achievers approaching career change and personal disruption. You bring the desire to change; we offer the guardrails and accompaniment so vital to staying the course.
“Go together” with people like you with jobs to be done. Join us if you can.