3 Questions – November

Dec 01, 2023
Kemi Nekvapil Weekly Words Blog

Can you feel it? The end of the year approaching?  

It can be a strange time of year; our bodies and minds want to slow down, but everything seems to ramp up so that we can slow down if we have that luxury. Not everyone gets holidays at this time of year.  

Please refer to The List  if you need some suggestions in supporting yourself.  

I have completed all of my one-to-one coaching relationships for the year. It is one of my deepest joys to hold space for women fully committed to showing up for themselves and doing the challenging work of personal and professional growth.  

I have also completed my speaking engagements for the year, finishing the year speaking to six hundred and fifty women (and a few good men) in technology in Perth last month.  

To round off the facilitation part of my session, I asked each attendee to share with their table what they were most proud of in their work this year.  

It was beautiful to witness as whole tables of people listened deeply and acknowledged what was important to each individual as they shared openly what they were proud of and what they had achieved.  

I understand that only some have the resources to work with me in a one-to-one or a group capacity, which is why Reflections will always be free.

If you have already registered, I look forward to seeing you there (with beautiful stationery, of course!)  

If you still need to register, this is your chance. It is not a recorded event, and I understand that not everyone can make it, so this month’s three questions come directly from the list of twenty-three.  

I have chosen three questions that will give you access to who you have become this year and who has supported you through the good times, the bad times and all the in-between times. 

  1. What have you let go of this year? 
  2. Who has supported you the most this year? 
  3. What have you learned about yourself?

Until I see you at Reflections, I will be spending the next couple of weeks deep in the process of continuing to write the first draft of my next book, so although my ‘front-facing’ work (apart from Reflections), is complete for the year, the solitude I need for writing is now for the taking. 

As always, I would love to hear your insights, thoughts or musings.

Wishing you a weekend of thanking the people who have supported you this year. 


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