• Sophie Graves

What does success mean to you?

If you aren't crystal clear what you truly want, you will keep working tirelessly and meander, rather than moving deliberately towards what you really desire.

Do you crave more time, less stress, more fun, less work, more money, less commuting? Many do.

However, it needs to be far more specific than that and is driven by your values.

Does your unique version of success relate to:

π“π’π¦πž - with family, to learn new things, to be creative

𝐌𝐞𝐚𝐧𝐒𝐧𝐠 – contributing, helping others, developing people, making a difference

π…πžπžπ₯𝐒𝐧𝐠 - confident, calm, peaceful, joyful, healthy, strong, well, free, energised, clear

π€πœπ‘π’πžπ―πžπ¦πžπ§π­ – having your own business, a new role, business growth, financial resources, intellectual accomplishment, physical challenges

π„π§π£π¨π²π¦πžπ§π­β€“ Art, sport, food, wine, music, friends, nature, dancing, laughing, adventure, beauty, design

π‚π¨π§π§πžπœπ­π’π¨π§ – Great friends, happy children, close community

It's worth exploring and very specifically nailing 3 - 5 of your top choices. Then, those priority values can be used as a lens to guide your choices and do more of what matters most.

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