The Freestyle Vision Hamper -
packed with magic to unlock your inspiring future!
Ready to listen to your deepest wisdom?
Which word will offer you true inspiration?
Download my free step-by-step guide to discovering your touchstone word for 2019. When times are confused, moving too fast or you’re feeling unsettled, this word will help you re-centre on where your attention needs to be to bring you back on course.
Then to create a plan to bring this into action in your life, scroll down to request my Word for the Year Explorer worksheet.
More Free Resources
I'm building up a library of free resources to help you get started with your career change. You're welcome to download these and I'd love to know what you find most useful!
I’m delighted you’re ready to use these career change resources. I created them from a spirit of generosity and sharing best practice - and these are all for individuals to use in their own career change. Please respect that these resources are copyright with all rights reserved to Becky Kilsby and should not be rebranded or re-distruuted for your own commercial gain. Please see my IP/copyright guidelines on the FAQs page.
Discover Works That Sets You Alight
When you’re in perfect flow, time disappears and you’re on fire …
My free e-guide to Work That sets You Alight allows you to dive into discovering the work that engages, absorbs and challenges you perfectly. If you invest a little time into this, you'll be much clearer about the type of work that lights you up and really fulfils you. When you've finished the activities in the e-book, drop me a mail (email@example.com) to set up a free 20-minute consultation to discuss what you discovered and what you can do next to make your new career a reality!
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Joining the Dots in your Career Transitions - Part 1
‘you can’t connect the dots looking forward; you can only connect them looking backward.’ Steve Jobs
Looking back on your career transitions is very revealing. The patterns and themes you notice are strong indicators of which values were fuelling your choices and which life themes were holding sway at the time. By being more conscious of these, it’s possible to create a more fulfilling life, designed with clear intention and more fully expressing your deeper purpose. In other words, with this knowledge we can give the dots a better chance when looking forwards!
Identify your HOW and your WHY and build a more fulfilling future..
Word of the Year Guide & Explorer
Download my pdf. guide to discovering your Word for the Year here.
Then download my Word for the Year Explorer workbook using the box below and activate the power your word holds for you in the year ahead.
By downloading the Freestyle Word for the Year Explorer, you'll be saying YES to:
*greater clarity about what you want in your life
*living more authentically and intuitively
*managing your saboteurs
*creating new habits to really liveyour word
*setting clear goals for the year ahead
*creating your vision of a more fulfilled life
Ready to release your word alchemy?
Is your life out of balance?
Something's not quite working. You can't quite put your finger on what's missing, but there's a lack of balance. You're not thriving. If you have a nagging feeling of being unfulfilled but can't quite put your finger on which part of your life is not satisfying you, download my Freestyle Wheel of Life exercise to get clearer on which part of your life is asking for your attention. Otherwise, life can be a bit of a bumpy ride! This is a free gift from me to you - no sign up required.
I Want More.. What’s missing in your current career?
Download this simple exercise to identify just what’s missing in your current role. You’ll discover some important clues about which needs will drive your next move.
Rate Your Job Satisfaction
If you you're not quite clear on which aspects of your work are frustrating you, try my cool new resource designed to help bring it all into focus. In this free Job Satisfaction Wheel, you can focus on each aspect and rate how satisfied you are with it. This really helps you to identify what you would like more of - either in your current role or in your next one. I've written a full guide in my May blog so you can really dive into discovering more about what you really want from your work. This is completely free and no sign up is required - but do let me know what you discover and whether I can help you get into action to make the changes you're looking for.
Making Change Happen - The Freestyle Change Project Sheet
This project sheet accompanies my careers article: Start From Where you Are - Riding the autumn wave. You'll find the process explained in the article and you can use this for planning any type of change in your life or career. Do let me know how it works for you!
Just hit the button below and request the Freestyle Change Project Sheet.
Resources You Can Buy
Connections to Fuel Your Career Change
~ A guide for people who hate ‘networking’ but want to arrange interesting conversations with fascinating and helpful people ~
This 7- page guide walks you through the protocols and strategies for setting up, conducting, and following-up with valuable connections whose insights will help you make a well-informed decision about your career change. It answers these questions:
How do you make connections?
How do you set up meetings?
What are the ‘rules’?
How can I prepare for a meeting?
What’s a good structure for the conversation?
How and when to follow up?
What do you want this meeting to do for you?
What’s the best mindset for a successful conversation?
The guide is available for £10 - email me for your copy: firstname.lastname@example.org
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If these quick guides help you get clearer on why you’re feeling stuck in your own career change, I’m delighted!
If you want to do something about that. I’d love to hear from you: email@example.com