Many of us in the Frisco, McKinney, Allen, Plano area are fortunate enough to be able to say that things are going pretty well. We can survive well enough by just going through the motions of our day to day lives. However, do you find yourself at the end of each week, each year, wondering what you have done with your time? Sure, you went to work, you raised the kids, you took care of the house, you plugged along in your relationships, you may have even taken a vacation…. Nothing to complain about, right? In a way, that’s right. It is so important to practice gratitude for the things that are going right in our lives – celebrating the small victories is one of the best ways to find appreciation and happiness. However, are you really celebrating or do you find yourself simply moving along to the next challenge?
Things don’t have to be going wrong for them to not be going quite right. Something can be missing, even for people who seem to have everything. We call these “First World Problems” in popular culture, but even though we poke fun of them, they can still lead to an overwhelming sense of emptiness, loss, and eventually even anxiety and depression. Ever wonder why Mid-life Crises happen? Once people get their basic needs met, they often need to dig inward to continue to experience personal growth and fulfillment. However, we are conditioned to look for things externally that will make us feel better internally. What will fill that hole? More material possessions, more career success, more money, a new lover…these can feel great! But, they are often just temporary fixes for a long-time personal issue.
Happiness is more of a steady goal to be continuously worked towards rather than a finish line that once you reach it you can say “I’M ALL DONE!! HOORAY!” Hilary helps many individuals and families to create lifestyle exercises and goals that allow them to be present, to experience and celebrate the good things, to find a way to thrive instead of just survive.
- Well Being
- Social Skills
Are you stuck in a rut?
Do you have dreams and goals for yourself, your team, or your business that you can’t seem to make come true?
Suffering with procrastination? Lack of motivation?
Do you know that you can be better or more, but you just don’t know how?
What is a Thought Partner?
A Thought Partner is someone who:
- Challenges your thinking.
- Causes you to modify or change your paradigms, assumptions or actions
- Has information or a way of thinking that provokes you to innovate or otherwise leads to value creation in your business, career or life.
*Definition by: Barbara Stanny, a coach and contributing author to Forbes.com. Link to article posted below.
Thought partnership is all about maximizing your potential. Hilary collaborates with her thought partnering clients to unlock the greatness and the motivation within them.
Is Thought Partnership for me?
- Are you a small business owner trying to take it to the next level of success and profitability?
- Are you a team leader looking for skills and perhaps a workshop to help your team grow together and function to their highest capacity?
- Are you an individual that wants to take the next step to be all that they can be – new career, new way of thinking, a more fulfilling life?
- Are you an executive striving to succeed in business and leadership, while also maintaining a good quality of life?
People and organizations have come to Hilary with all of the above desires, and through partnership with her, they have been able to tap the drive needed to reach their goals and see results in business and in life. Hilary has successfully worked with owners, individuals, executives, leaders, and teams in Fortune 500 companies, small businesses, local non-profit organizations, and the staff of a professional NFL organization…
Thought Partnering with Hilary can help you:
- Uncover your goals and dreams for a better life/career
- Strategize your next steps and how to achieve them
- Unleash your potential and motivation to achieve the things you want and increase your profitability
- Discover and destroy the fears and excuses that hold you back
- Tackle procrastination and the “I’ll do it someday…” mentality
- Improve your marketing, networking, and leadership skills and potential
Someday can be now!
*Read this Forbes article about how Thought Partnership can help improve the success of your business
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