Many people float through life without any thoughts of where they’re going. Then something happens — a lay-off, a death in the family, a disease, or a divorce — and they suddenly wake up.
They want a more meaningful life. They want more joy. They’re tired of putting in time at a job they don’t really care about.
But they don’t know how to get there. They’re filled with questions.
- What do I actually want out of life?
- How can I make a difference?
- How do I find a job I like…or even love?
- What do I want to be when I grow up?
- Who do I want to grow into?
- What’s my life purpose?
So how do you answer these questions? By thinking like a life designer.
A designer tries different things, learns what works (and what doesn’t work!) and has a lot of fun along the way.
True happiness comes from creating a meaningful life. But what is meaningful for you?
Thinking like a designer doesn’t mean your life will be perfect, but you’ll know when you’re headed in the right direction and when you’ve travelled way off course.
Life design boils down to a few key steps:
- Trying stuff (prototyping)
- Reframing problems
- Understanding it’s a process
- Asking for help
Notice that last step? Asking for help. The best designers know they can’t do it alone — it takes a team.
As a life design coach, I can work with you through every step of the process. Together, we’ll figure out what’s important to you and design a life you love.
Call me at 226-201-0790 or fill out the form below to get started.