In case you haven’t heard but working, playing, and socializing remotely is the “new normal.” However, what you may not have heard is that your professional relationships are one of the MOST important relationships of your life right now. I know it’s not easy for everyone to adapt to the “do everything from my living room all day” mindset, but in the same vein, what’s important is the quality of what you’re doing in your living room, or bedroom, or kitchen. The people I’ve worked with and spoken to tell me that they tend to feel awkward reaching out to strangers and building authentic networks online. They think it’s pointless and looks desperate. I want to challenge you to think about it differently. Your relationships are the assets to your present and future prosperous life!
As someone who coaches and counsels people on being present to the now, I have a special interest in working with people to create and enhance 3 important character traits: 1. Integrity, 2. Tenacity and 3. Mutually beneficial relationships; important areas of development I’ve seen very often within the work I do with millennials, but I’ve also seen it in non-millennial populations, too.
In my new book, “Adulting as a Millennial: Everything Your Parents Didn’t Teach You” I guide readers through challenging their anxious, worried or troubled mind. I also provide direct action steps taken from a few notes in my life that are designed to help you reach your goals, and to reach them with confidence, compassion, and love. I hope you enjoy my new book; a book that I wrote with you in mind—the you that you are becoming.
To order a copy of your book ahead of the rush I am launching the pre-sale of “Adulting as a Millennial: Everything Your Parents Didn’t Teach You” today. Be the 1st to get your copy by grabbing 1 (or more than 1 for a friend!) in the pre-sale and at the discounted rate of $9.99.
Let’s continue to seek, plan, expect and celebrate our wins together!
*This blog is about becoming free. It’s a reflection of introspective thoughts and experiences that have crossed miles of self-discovery. I created this blog to inspire others to live life with less self-criticism, judgment and openness to new experiences. May you find that you learn how to live a life by design and on your own terms!*