Julie Henszey - Scaling a Cliff Without Ropes

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  • Write down 3 things that have gone wrong in your career. Cross out the ones that you’ve been able to tackle and get beyond.Was anyone able to cross out all 3 of your items? Most of us still have active obstacles or the impact from the collision is still with us.
  • Why did I go here? I’m passionate about outdoor educationBecause we could.Why did you choose the industry you’re in? The career you’re in? Why did you start down this path you’re on?
  • What lured you to this career? Those intangibles reflect your values. You value ________I was lured by ___________. I valued ______________.I loved the idea of _________________. It fills my need for ___________________.
  • What value would you derive if you went towards the same destination?Havasu:Side canyon – caveSacred area – My morals don’t allow me to go there.4th waterfall – sounded goodWalk all the way to the Colorado – A lot of effort. Would need a solid plan.
  • Evaluate each person’s experience and synthesize them into conclusions. Such as “These are the best routes for me.” “This is what I’ll try.”I took several accounts of getting to the last falls and made notes:
  • Evaluate each person’s experience and synthesize them into conclusions. Such as “These are the best routes for me.” “This is what I’ll try.”I took several accounts of getting to the last falls and made notes:
  • Julie Henszey - Scaling a Cliff Without Ropes

    1. 1. + Scaling a Cliff Without Ropes Navigate Your Career When You Can’t See What’s Coming
    2. 2. YvonChouinard, Patagonia “The word adventure has gotten overused. For me, when everything goes wrong, that’s when adventure starts.” You’re on a career adventure
    3. 3. Career adventure  Why did I choose this canyon/career?  Where has the path led for others?  Which trails have they taken?  Why am I stuck?  How can I get going again?
    4. 4. 1. Why did I choose this canyon/career?
    5. 5.  Reflect my values?  Fill my needs? How does this career:
    6. 6. 2. Where has the path led for others? (Where did they end up?)
    7. 7.  Was it worth going there?  What was the price?  Would they do it again? Others’ perspective
    8. 8. 3. Which trails have they taken?
    9. 9.  Examine challenges. What obstacles did they run into?  Explore solutions. What’s the best way to deal with them?  Consider alternatives. Is there a better route? Synthesize
    10. 10.  Examine challenges. What obstacles did they run into?  Explore solutions. What’s the best way to deal with them?  Consider alternatives. Is there a better route? Synthesize
    11. 11. 4. Why am I stuck?
    12. 12. Stuckville
    13. 13.  “It’s _____ fault.”  “I have [2,3,4] jobs.”  “I’m not ready.” (good enough) Stuckville
    14. 14.  Needing permission  Not asking for what we want/need/deserve  Lacking curiosity  Failing to summon our courage Stuckville
    15. 15. 5. How can I get going again?
    16. 16.  Ask “How have I co-created this?”  Ask “Who’s available to _____?”  Decide “I am a work in progress.” Leaving Stuckville
    17. 17.  Decide “I am required to _____.”  Make up your mind that “I want/need/deserve _____.”  Get curious.  Draw on your personal courage. Leaving Stuckville

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