NEVER forget your 'why'...

Timely is this post, that I reflect on Simon Sinek's words "know your why" as I battle another series of challenges that life presents that made me realise that people in our industry have an advantage as long as they harness it.

Let me explain...

I am at a stage in my personal life where I am turning a home into a house, to sell it, to buy another home. I'm somewhat disconnected and checked out from the emotion of the place and fixing it up so it's adaptable for others and not for me. I am finding daily chores a battle and a constant reminder of the hill I am yet to climb in establishing my new place to call 'home'. A similar feeling I have had in the past in my working life, where I have lost my vision or passion for a cause, mainly due to circumstances beyond my control and external forces. I found myself 'checked-out' of the role no longer passionate about seeing the results I used to long for and