People are frequently and uniquely transitioning, shifting to new jobs, new spaces, new chapters, new roles.
Whether it's from different levels of education from middle school to high school, high school to college,
undergrad to grad school, shifting to a new position or job in the workforce, beginning a new chapter of life, moving to a new home, becoming a husband, wife, mother, father, being traded to a new sports team, making a drastic career move, or any other example of a transition, all of us have gone and will go through multiple transitions!
These transitions can feel overwhelming, confusing, scary, conflicting, and can cause detachment, disengagement, lethargy, opposition, and many other self-limiting responses and behaviors.
Movement is a part of life. How we view and perceive, how we think of and define, these moments in life absolutely determines how one will approach and respond to these transitions.
What challenges are you wrestling with?
What problems do you want to solve?
Why has it been so difficult to enable real change? What's getting in the way?
Are there elements/areas of your life that you would like to see growth, change, and transformation?
What are those elements?
What has kept you from pursuing development in those elements/areas?
What are you passionate about?
What is your purpose?
Are you interested in maximizing your potential and performance in life?
Do you ever feel stuck, stressed, overwhelmed, maybe conversely unmotivated in areas of your life?
Are you willing to invest in yourself? Are you willing to invest in time for yourself?
Are you willing to be resilient and committed throughout a transformation process, even when it gets hard, even when it gets difficult and uncomfortable?
Are you willing to consider and engage a new perspective, a new way of thinking, new behaviors and habits, and taking new action and approaches in your life?
What do you want to take on in the next stages of your life?
What are your career/life goals?
Does your team struggle through conflict?
Does your company or business need a culture reset?
As a team-member, do you feel there are conflict management strategies that you believe in?
Do you notice that your team handles conflict poorly?
Can you truly define what your company, team, or business culture is? Do you truly believe in it? Do you think it's an effective, inclusive, and dynamic culture?
Do you feel that your team lacks cohesion, togetherness, role-clarity, and trust?
Does your team struggle with collaborating on projects and responsibilities, especially in pressure situations?
Is there role clarity on your team?
Are there safe avenues of non-judgment to express your feelings and thoughts about your team and your leadership?
Do you feel able to share your feedback on others? What are the feedback loops like within your team? Does your team struggle with feedback and accountability?
Do you feel your team has an ineffective mindset and perspective towards conflict and adversity? Do you find your team getting overly negative or pessimistic about challenges?
Are you willing to develop as a leader for your team or business?
Are you willing to discover the areas of improvement that you should be focusing on as a leader and legitimately act on those?