One of the hardest things we face in our careers is knowing when it’s time for something to end, whether it’s a career path, a job, a business partnership, or an idea for a project or offering. I’ve found that the problem isn’t usually whether we or not we know it’s the end, it’s the questioning and second-guessing that we put ourselves through.
It’s incredibly refreshing to look out upon other animals and plants and see that there’s adaptation free from all the drama we humans create. If something isn’t working, a smart plant or animal will adapt or try something new in order to get what they need. They don’t keep pushing and prodding out of obligation or a case of the “shoulds.”
In this episode, I share:
My own journey with the end of a season
Big and little signs that a cycle in your career may need to end
What to do when you know something’s over
You can listen in on Spotify, iTunes, SoundCloud, and Stitcher! Simply search for “A Wild New Work: Ecological guidance for your career.”
Resources mentioned in this episode:
Springtime Stirrings: Planting new seeds in your career. A virtual class, which will be released on February 13th and is available anytime between now and the Spring Equinox on March 20th.
Sounds True podcast episode on body-centered inquiry: The Issues Are in Your Tissues
Danielle LaPorte’s work on Core Desired Feelings