If you want to change your life you need to envision what is next. The reason many people don't follow their New Years resolutions or meet their isolated goals is because they don't have the bigger, purposeful, inspiring picture in mind. When you know the story you want to create, you are more likely to commit to taking the steps to get there.
Before you can feel confident in a new job there is much to learn. The first step to success involves taking responsibility for your own actions and behaviour. It may sound ominous, but in fact this kind of approach can be very rewarding and satisfying. That’s because it’s a way of putting yourself in the driving seat, which your colleagues will respect you for.
When my eldest daughter started school last fall, I realized our family needed a whole lot more order and routine if we were going to survive kindergarten: late-start days, no-school days, “spirit” days (wear pj's!) and avalanches of worksheets. At first, I was petrified. Then I realized this transition was an opportunity to better organize our lives. So I dug into marketing and neuroscience research to find out how to take control of the chaos.