If you’re looking for a change, you aren’t alone:
Dissatisfaction lurks inside every one of us.
We feel there has to be something better out there. A better job, a nicer partner or a smarter place to live.
Maybe you have a burning ambition to be a standup comedian, a rally driver or a teacher? Maybe you feel you’re wasted, doing what you do?
Three out of four people around the globe want to make a significant change in their life, according to Ipsos.
One in twenty people in Britain is “extremely unhappy” in their relationship. With 16 million couples married or living together in Britain that means more than a million people are in a bad relationship. A further 3.5% are “fairly unhappy”, so that’s another half a million couples.
Meanwhile an Australian survey asked university students about their parents. It classified 22% of the mothers and 14% of the fathers as ‘toxic’. That’s a lot of unhappiness.
60% of British people say the job they most want is to be an author. 81%, according to another survey, want to be a writer. 54% want to be a librarian and 51% would love to be an academic.
On the other hand, If you’re a miner, a call centre worker, or a traffic warden – rest assured, hardly anyone wants to take your place.
Want a better work/life balance? So do 56% of the population, while 50% want a higher salary.
What makes you unhappy?
I’d like to help you identify and resolve your dissatisfaction.
What’s the One Big Change you need to make? And note that it’s only one change; because if you try to change several things at once you’ll succeed with none of them. Or, more likely, you’ll achieve some minor changes but not the one really important one.
We’ll start by looking at what’s troubling you. It could be the relationship with your partner, your siblings or parents. It could be your friends, your work colleagues or your boss. It might be your job.
Alternatively, you might want to go self-employed, or become a writer. Maybe you chafe for travel, or change where you live?
Many of us know what we need to do, but we don’t get around to achieving it. There are lots of reasons for that. We procrastinate. We’re afraid of failure. We don’t believe in ourselves.
Having enrolled over 10,000 adult learners in courses designed to get them into self-employment or a new job, I see this all the time. And it’s really frustrating. And that’s why I created this programme – to help you succeed in making the change you want.
I’ve amassed a great toolkit, and an even better structure to help you achieve your life change. And I’d be delighted to help you do the same.
Did I omit your One Big Change? Email me at KitSadgrove@gmail.com. If I get enough requests I may add it here.
With best wishes
Founder, Get Up And Go
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