You've landed here because you're curious about finding your WHY. That's a great start.
We all know what we do, and how we do it, but very few of us actually know WHY we do it. Think of the WHY as a compass - it provides us with direction and focus so that we can live our lives with purpose, on purpose.
Simon wrote the book on it, and worked with the team to develop the process to help you find your WHY. While you can read the book and do it self-guided, the one thing you do need in order to find your WHY is an objective partner. So for those that are looking for a partner and want to work with one of Simon’s master trainers, this is for you.
Our goal is to create a safe and trusting space and help guide you through the process of discovering your WHY.
Designed to walk you, step-by-step, through the process to find your WHY - your personal purpose, cause of belief. It takes a willingness to be open, to share personal stories, and to trust the process. And we are there to create a circle of safety and guide you through the process. Vegas rules apply - what happens on this call, stays on this call.
Refine your WHY
Define your HOWs
Now that you have discovered your WHY, this session is all about gaining further clarity of your WHY and discipline of your HOWs.
Your WHY plan
Simon says, “Words may inspire, but only action creates change.” This is where the rubber hits the road. In this session, we will align your WHY with your current life (personal, professional), future opportunities and how it all ties together. We will create an organized list of your WHY, HOWs and WHATs and map out actionable ways to apply your WHY in your work, life and relationships.
Wabi sabi is a Japanese design concept. It means beauty in that which is temporary or imperfect. Things that come off of an assembly line, for example, are perfect, but things made by hand, like the glaze on a Japanese ceramic bowl, are imperfect. It is their imperfections that give them their beauty.
The same is true for people. It is the combination of all of our imperfections that make us vulnerable and beautiful.
We love the idea of wabi sabi as a metaphor for the work we do. Our work centers around this idea of life as a journey. That we are all working to become better versions of ourselves. The idea of a “work in progress” is also the strategy for our website.
You’ll see little things that are imperfect—the size of images next to each other, for example, or the hand drawn elements. We wanted our site to reflect the journey of constant improvement we are all on—as leaders, as organizations and as individuals. We believe that it is the imperfections that make it feel human, and beautiful.