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The final part of a 7-part series. How change led to a journey of self discovery

 

“Alone we can do so little, together we can do so much”  (Helen Keller)

 

So what did I learn overall?  Summarising my previous posts:

  • Start with yourself
  • Get feedback and work on one priority area of self-development
  • Take control
  • Challenge limiting beliefs
  • Be honest why you are doing things
  • Remember to have joy

Sorry, there is nothing revolutionary there.  Yet while it’s all pretty obvious, I found it really hard.  This is what I do for a living and I am supported by colleagues who are also great at doing this.  Through these experiences, even after 20 years as a trainer, I have learnt more empathy for my participants through remembering that knowing is easy but doing is hard.  It is especially hard on your own.

This is why we set up Hansen Beck. We can support you on your journey of change to become the best version of yourself. 

 

Call to action:  Get in touch - I’d love to speak with you and hear your experiences.

Damian Killikelly

Written by Damian Killikelly

After a variety of experiences working in accountancy and sales for 13 years, I was lucky enough 17 years ago to find my vocation – training. Doing something you genuinely love is life-changing. I strongly recommend if you haven’t found your own vocation that you keep searching and taking the chances and opportunities that come along – it is never too late! I passionately believe that behaviour change is only sustainable when it is embedded in daily life –not just professionally but personally. The more we see the benefits in our most important relationships, the more motivated we are to continue. I am privileged to see these changes in my participants but also to be constantly challenged through their growth to look at myself and my own development.