I could feel there was something deeper that I was meant to do. Something that would have a bigger impact on the issues that I care so deeply about - the planet, the natural world, sustainability, helping people use their professional lives to make an impact on their world.
I'd get glimmers of "The Subject." I'd sense ways I would incorporate this new level of my work into what I do within Green Career Central. I played with several ideas to the point that I thought I had "it" all figured out. I kept sensing I would be able to launch my new idea next week or next month.
But nothing stood still long enough to grow roots.
I kept changing. The world around me kept shifting.
My ideas kept evolving.
The way I'd always gone about identifying and developing my work was not working. In the past I've always gotten a new idea and then worked with it privately to craft the final product - a coaching program, a book, a new site. None of the strategies I've used in the past are working this time around.
It was time to take an entirely new approach.
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