A new attitude toward aging
It is mind-boggling to contemplate a whole other adult life ahead of us, 20, 30, 40 or even more years! We are on a trajectory to the end so either we just let changes happen to us, or we claim our lives and make them count.
When preparing for adjustments regarding health, housing, finances and more, there is a plethora of advice out there. The decisions we make must suit our unique transformation. Yet how do we face the murky waters of the unknown, our future aging we have yet to imagine?
As coaches, we believe in the power of choice. That’s why we are passionate about providing a pathway for deep individual exploration through all areas of life. As a result, we have incorporated the Widening Sphere mindset into a program we call the Total Life Checkup.
I loved the exercises. Made me really think about who I am. Are these elements about who I choose to be? Or what I’ve assumed out of habit, expectations of others or society in general.
I haven’t done a program like this before. Employers should have this for employees about to retire in 2-3 years. Good way to be supportive of your workers!
Choose your journey
- The first three modules set the foundation for your personal development by delving into who you are becoming, what connections you need in your life, and how you will embody what is most important for you going forward.
- This foundational exploration will be used as a lens to develop a personalized vision and action plan for six main areas of your life: home, finances, career, engagement, health and yes, how to approach dying.
- Coaching is essential to lift your words off the page so you can mindfully engage with this impactful work. At eight key times over this 16 week program, we meet via live video chat for one-on-one heart-centred discussions to focus your efforts into meaningful results.
$800 CDN + HST
(Full fee $1250 CDN + HST starting January 31st, 2020)
I find this work challenging emotionally, particularly due to recent changes. However after a coaching session with Jo I felt much better. I am glad to be thinking about my upcoming life BEFORE I actually retire!