Let’s assume you are unsatisfied with life. You are not happy (I’ll give you a buck if you can tell me who besides you, can define your happiness) and you are spinning around trying to figure a way out of your slump.
If you are trying, you are in good shape. Sooner or later you’ll find the solution to your challenge and you’ll move. At least by trying, you’ll be better off than simply sitting around doing nothing, right?
So, use this time of discontent to be even more creative, more resourceful, more inquisitive and open to the possibilities of solutions. You have them, they are in you because this is you we are talking about. The key is to find the way to unlock the treasure chest of your brain and soul – cause the chest is there and make no mistake about it: It is full of the treasure that is your life.
Leda Karabela’s career focus has been building alliances with and among institutional stakeholders, which spans 25 years of experience in international management, public affairs, strategic marketing and philanthropy. Her primary focus has been external audiences, such as opinion leaders, media, customers, and donors.
Today, she is bringing her executive experience into the field of coaching, realizing her passion for people, the ways they click and connect with each other, helping clients discover the power within them to improve their performance, effectiveness and reach. Having held responsibilities for global projects and working with virtual teams in multiple countries for Fortune 50 companies such as BP and Microsoft, she has also led the corporate relations program at the Stanford University Graduate School of Business and has lived in Boston, San Francisco, London, Athens and Dubai.