It’s my process I use for renaissance personalities who just found out that’s what they are and who have been struggling to create a life (and career) that fits their unique persona.
Let me explain..
For starters: it’s about being ok with yourself. Very basic, but pivotal.
Next, it’s about really understanding a few truths related to being a renaissance man or woman that can make or break you. Once you wrap your brain around a few basic concepts, you will have created the platform from where to create a renaissance life.
You’re still following me?
When you accept yourself as a renaissance persona, you enjoy having the freedom to enjoy whatever interest you’re pursuing at any given time. (Yes, you read that right…enjoy the freedom to enjoy…because if you’ve spent many years agonizing whether your current interest is a “real” one – one that you’ll be into for a looooong time and is therefore worth while investing effort, time, maybe money into, you know what I mean here.
It feels wonderful to give yourself permission to love what you’re doing without worrying whether it will last a life time. You are allowed to let your different interests in, and when you’re done with them, let them go again.
So, if you’re coming from this mindset of trying to find your one, all-consuming passion, this will be a whole new notion for you.
Maybe you already read some of my other posts on this topic or you got my report at my web site and you’re clear about being a renaissance personality.
What typically happens to people who find out about renaissance personalities is that, at first, they’re ecstatic. But later on, doubts creep back in due to a lack of knowledge and in the absence of the tools necessary to actually create a renaissance life for themselves.
Then, I get lots of “what’s next?” questions. You want to know how you can start integrating your personality into your daily life.
I realized that your mindset is so unbelievably important, especially for renaissance personalities, that I’ve turned it into part of my program. Thing is; many of us were taught to believe something is off with us for not sticking with one career or switching fields once we reach great success.
It’s truly about learning new thoughts and perspectives. Hence “Renaissance Rehab™.”
With me, though, it’s uplifting. I talk about what’s possible and show you new ways of looking at yourself, your life, and your career options.
What do you find the hardest notions to let go of when it comes to being a renaissance personality?