lake superior cove ptHave you ever asked yourself what’s next? I use this phrase on a regular basis in my daily Morning Pages. It works well as a bridge or passage to the next sentence after I’ve completed a train of thought. It is also a useful question with my coaching clients. When a client has reached a goal or completed a project, what’s next can be the bridge to the next step. I am completing my 30 Day Passion Project and today is the final call, what’s next is the focus of the call. It’s such a great question! It helps me to focus on the here and now, to listen to my intuition, to pay attention to synchronicity and to plan my next action steps. What’s next keeps my attention on moving forward, keeps me connected to my goals and visions, keeps me in the flow of my life. It’s a simple phrase and yet the implications can be profound. There is also an element of surprise and excitement about what’s next. What’s my next project, retreat, workshop, class going to look like?

Wondering what’s next for you? What needs your attention today? Where is your life out of balance? What’s really important to you? How can you tune in to your intuition every day? What would you do today if you had no fear?

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What’s Next?
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6 thoughts on “What’s Next?

  • May 27, 2014 at 10:50 am
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    Great blog post Nancy! I love how you are taking the focus of today’s 30 Day Passion Project call and adding your own thoughts, reflections and sharing how you use this What’s Next question in your own life! Very powerful!

  • May 27, 2014 at 1:37 pm
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    What’s next for me at the moment is laundry, and perhaps a haircut. After that, homework. And from there we’ll see.

  • May 27, 2014 at 4:48 pm
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    What’s next? That’s a great question. Sometimes I like to ask myself, What’s now? What’s going on right here and now? Maybe the two questions flow right into each other.

    • May 28, 2014 at 5:23 pm
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      Harmony, totally agree with you. Asking what’s going on right here, right now keeps me current with my feelings. And yes, the two questions do flow into each other:)

  • May 29, 2014 at 12:57 pm
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    Nancy what a smart marketing piece! Love the journey through “what next” with the obvious answer at the at the end! If you don’t already have leave behind pieces with this on them for people to walk away with, you should start, right?

    • May 30, 2014 at 2:46 pm
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      Thanks for your kind words Patty. So are you suggesting using this blog post as a marketing piece? I hadn’t considered that blogging might lead to something else:)

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