Seeking purpose and fulfilment
Our lives are lived on a spectrum ranging from totally unfulfilled to total fulfilment. Most of us are somewhere in between these two extremes. Do you feel that your life is sufficiently meaningful? Do you know what would make your life more complete?
Nobody comes to this sort of quest without constraints and limits. What matters to us most? What can’t we abandon? Does it mean compromise?
Some people who experience a sense of, “there must be something more meaningful” do come to the realisation their life, as it is, is what they want. However, they and those close to them benefit from the investigation and recognition.
In this section you will find three main areas to work on: Personal thinking, personal context and health.
One of the most important success factors in our careers, and life in general, is the way we think about ourselves, our lives and the situations we find ourselves in. What do you understand by ambition? Do you allow yourself to dream and think beyond the usual compromises? How can you prepare yourself to accept and be enthusiastic about change? More
All of our career aspirations and plans need to be built on the realities of our lives. Everyone has commitments and constraints that limit their flexibility. From family and friends who depend on you, to financial limitations that you face, how can you evaluate and build on your position? More
Your physical and mental health are the foundations on which career success can be built. At the same time, making career changes or coping with redundancy can be very demanding. There are many proven ways to help manage stress and maintain healthy levels of physical fitness; where do you need to make improvements? More
Looking for something different? Return to the full list of resources.