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Leading Through Stories: Think Back, Look Ahead

Two years ago, our plans and goals for our lives and businesses changed. Most of us had to hit pause as we endured the restrictions of a global pandemic. Now as those constraints finally seem to be easing, it’s time to dust off those plans, revisit them, and decide if a new set of goals makes more sense. Think back to what was important. What was on your Bucket List? Now think ahead. Are your “Whys” still relevant? Are they even achievable anymore? Today the team looks at how reflecting on the past can help us reimagine our plans and intentions for the future.

April 27, 2022 – Leading Through Stories

In this episode:

  1. Community Question: How do we prepare for what’s next? (Intro).  
  2. What’s on your Bucket List? Mary, Kristy and Helen share theirs (2:30).
  3. Stop the negative spiral – tools & action steps (6:05).
  4. How to get Unstuck – staying true to your intentions (14:58).
  5. Keep it real: you’re the only one who sees behind the curtain (19:47).
  6. How do you know you’re “there”? (24:28).
  7. Next episode: May 18 What’s Next? Find out what came out of the overnight planning party!

Celebrate success

Our planning party was just what we needed. We started with some photos with the incomparable Alexis McKeown and then chatted the night away.

Connect with us

We are taking time over the summer to rest and reset, but you can still find us over on Instagram @leadingthroughstories

Leading Through Stories collaborators,
Mary Michailides, Helen Rose & Kristy Wolfe. Photo credit Alexis McKeown

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Published by Kristy Wolfe Stories

Kristy is an engaging, open, and honest Common Language DST trained digital storytelling facilitator. She has been speaking and teaching workshops on both photography & digital storytelling for 5 years. With a background in the education, healthcare, and non-profit sectors, she works with diverse audiences, prioritizing ethics in storytelling and storyteller wellbeing.

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