Episode 173 – the four pillars of reinvention readiness
The interviews we conducted this month profiled success stories in reinvention readiness. Both Erin Patten and Dene Westbrook were ready to take the reinvention plunge. What did they have in common? We believe that they both had the four pillars of reinvention readiness: desire, curiosity, flexibility and confidence.
Everything begins with a desire to change your situation. Both Erin and Dene surrounded themselves with people who inspired them and pushed them to take the next step.
Both Dene and Erin also had Curiosity. A reinvention journey thrives on curiosity. They asked lots of questions and went outside their respective comfort zones.
They also showed flexibility. Successful reinvention only happens when you stretch your flexibility. You have to listen to the people you’ve surrounded yourself with and keep all options open.
Finally, both showed confidence. Once they did their homework, got a support group and they moved forward with the plan.
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“(0:44) “Are you willing to take on a new role?”
“(5:11) “The power of taking pause.”
- (0:31) Flexibility.
- (2:59) Curiosity.
- (4:40) Confidence.
- (7:41) Desire.
Tip of the Week
Confidence is the fourth pillar of reinvention readiness. Rely on your support group and plan to give you the added boost you need to move things forward.
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