Diane Bogino I/O
As an international, industrial psychologist, I can appreciate the challenges that people, from all over the globe and in all walks of life, have in both their personal and professional lives. I’ve put together a few case studies if you’d like to read them. Most of the time the enemy is us. It’s those six inches between our ears that manufacture excuses about what prevents us from living or sometimes even seeing the greatness in ourselves, the greatness that is in all of us, the greatness that we could be sharing with the world. Yet we keep our greatness hidden and no one benefits. Especially not us or the ones we love.
Most of the time, the reason we’re not successful is that we just can’t get out of our own way. We are the roadblock; we stand at the fork in the road and freeze. We can’t make a decision, right, wrong, or indifferent. We can’t see around the next curve and the unknown keeps us from moving forward. We stay on the same path, because we fear change. We stumble over a rock, trip over a twig, or fall in a trench and give up thinking all is hopeless and that we’ll never make it back up. It’s not just stories like the case studies herein where I have gained a level of expertise in helping others. My own life has taken many twists and turns, some good, some bad, some ugly. From an abusive childhood, to unprecedented low self-esteem, to poor life choices, to realizing many life dreams, and treading down some of the same roads many of my life and career clients has led to this amazing path to helping others realize their personal and career dreams. Let’s chat and see if we are a good match for working toward your dreams.