The second half of life is the time to self-analyze, make adjustments, stick with a plan, keep moving forward, and never give in to the temptation to relax or quit. Bob Buford.
Bob Buford, a bestselling author and motivator writes that an ideal and purposeful second half; (the stage that many people reach where they become more aware of their life, where it is going and where they want it to change) is one where work, meaning and happiness merge, and readers can be fully engaged in activities that match their skills, capacity, and mission. (Source: Stuck in Halftime)
He argues that the first half of ones life is a quest for success usually spent by earning and learning while the second is a quest for significance spent by gaining and getting. What then happens during the transition from ones first half to the second half of life?
Constance Gakonyo – Executive Director of REAL Insurance gave a session to the Senior Managers Leadership Program (SMLP) participants at SBS on the 13th September about on her experiences in the leadership journey.
She begun by asking the SMLP participants to recount their five-year vision and the steps they will take in order to achieve them. We all have great dreams and plans but more so often, they are lost along the way, she said.
Constance advised on some of the steps one can take to ensure that they reach where they want to be during and after half time.
Organisations hold strategy meetings to plan ahead. Similarly, have a strategy session with yourself to check where you are now and where you want to be. Set your sights on your goals and make your life a meaningful one.
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