“Why don't you feel good in your clothing? And why do you keep peeling back? You need to ask yourself, Why about five times, and don't let yourself get off the hook because it becomes more and more difficult, the more you do it. However when you do, you're really going to get to the core. And oftentimes, it can be different to what you think your original motivator is, it could be more connected to self-confidence, or that it becomes a much deeper personal level of what's driving you that needs to change. And I think you don't have to go, you know, telling everyone about it. But as long as you yourself understand what that Y is and what that driver is, you are that much more likely to be successful in hitting your vision.”
Lauren St George’s Top Five Tips For Making Lasting Change In Your Life Or Business
1. Determine your goal / vision.
2. Define your why.
3. Decide on your obstacles.
4. Develop your plan.
5. Overcome the fear of taking the first step.
TIME STAMP SUMMARY
00:50 Start by determining your goal
04:44 Focusing on your personal motivation
09:12 Working towards a goal
16:43 Knowing the next step to take, at the right time.
Where to find Lauren?
Lauren St George Bio
Lauren is a South African by birth, an American by choice and a global explorer by design. These life experiences have fostered in her an appreciation for the diversity of people's ideas, motivations, strengths, and dreams. She is a coach and a consultant.
She wears my coach hat with What’s Next. What’s Next is a radically different approach to finding more fulfillment in your life. What’s Next’s process is based in brain science, social psychology and the best practices used by the top businesses to drive innovation, plan for the future and yield success and applies them to our personal lives to disrupt comfortable patterns and design true change. Our program approach and tools get people to breakthroughs and jumpstarts change quickly in a unique and engaging way. She wears her consultant hat with Accenture helping internal teams and their top clients solve big challenges – innovate products/services, envision the future, build partnerships, create targeted messaging for specific audiences, and help win projects ranging from $100+ Million - $2 Billion.
Before Accenture, she ran Fresh, a consultancy dedicated to helping startups and innovation teams create fresh brand and marketing strategies. Previous to Fresh, she co-owned a boutique creative agency. UnitOne partnered with clients such as Coca-Cola, Georgia Pacific, Hershey’s, Citi, J&J, TNS, and 3M to name a few. She has worked with everyone from individuals to non-profits and from start-ups to Fortune 500s across most industries, geographies, and products + services. Her experiences help to bring multiple perspectives to all her clients.