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Enough – make it your catalyst for change

To this writer, “enough” is one of the most powerful words in the English language. It often means the difference between action or inaction. The difference between what matters and what does not. The difference between leading and following. The difference between mediocrity and excellence. And in both your professional and personal life these choices can mean the difference between achieving your goals or not.
We live in an ever demanding world; we are all competing for resources, attention, promotions, fame, better paying jobs. Sometimes we are competing within our culture to be thin enough, rich enough, beautiful enough, fit enough, etc, etc. I think we all know and have experienced the constant pressure. This is “enough” to make the most grounded and confident person develop moments of self doubt or anxiety.
But it can also create moments of absolute clarity.
I like to think of “enough” as a catalyst for change; as fuel for hunger. It is only until you want things bad enough that most of us will do what it takes and stop making excuses. It is only when the need is great enough that you can no longer avoid or procrastinate or do without. It is only when something or someone is important enough that it becomes a priority worthy of your outmost attention, commitment and effort.
Nobody else can make you reach that point; the point of significance. The point where no excuse holds value any longer. I believe several factors from within such as self respect, confidence, fear, self worth, anger and frustration eventually bring you to that point.
Once you have reached that tipping point , you will begin to take action and control, either on the job or in your personal life. But it is very important to be clear about what is it you want, why you want it and how you will know you have achieved it.
Remember: A goal without a plan is just a dream and a goal without a deadline is just a wish.
Clarity of purpose will be your roadmap to achievement. Setting up S.M.A.R.T goals (see below) will be ever so important to keep the momentum going and to keep building bigger and bigger goals and achieving bigger and bigger dreams.
Make your goals:
• Specific
• Measurable
• Achievable
• Realistic
• Timely
Reward yourself for achievements no matter how small. Ignore anybody and anything that is less than supportive and believe that if it is important enough to you it is worth every ounce of effort put forth.
Along with the many well-intentioned resolutions every new year brings, there is no better time to begin your journey to a better you, to a better life, to a better job etc, than now.

Carolina Billings

Carolina Billings

Carolina M. Billings is an executive with 15+ year’s leadership experience in the fields of Business Development, Human Resources and Finance. As CFO-CHRO of a multi-million business conglomerate, she performs a truly interdisciplinary role within a portfolio of diverse industries ranging from Supply Chain, Logistics & Distribution, Wealth Management, Furniture Import, Sales & Distribution as well as Interior Design. She champions leadership initiatives as well as empowering and coaching/mentoring others to lead. Developing a hybrid of Finance and Human Resources has enable her to become leading business partner. Her great ability to influence and engage others in the pursuit of goals and objectives makes her a true innovator and change agent. Carolina is currently pursuing her Masters in Interdisciplinary studies with Royal Roads University, She holds Graduate Certificates from Cornell University and Queen’s University in the fields of Change Management and Leadership. She is a Co-Active Professional coach currently doing her practicum towards Certification with ICF. She holds a CHRL designation and a High Honor’s HRM Graduate Certificate. Carolina is the founder of Big Fish Coaching a private practice specializing in personal leadership, career coaching, conflict resolutions and life change management.
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1 Comment » for Enough – make it your catalyst for change
  1. meslippery says:

    Better job?
    They die or retire.
    Not to many options.

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