The Spectacular Power of Connecting and Reconnecting
Over the last six months, I’ve been working with a fabulous coach called Wendy Kendall. Wendy designed a program called ‘The Psychology Practice Accelerator (TPPA).’ The program aims to support psychologists to build successful, fulfilling, and meaningful psychology practices from all streams of psychology. The format of the course is for private coaching sessions and working in group sessions with other psychologists. Every person comes with a passion for their business but is looking for support to develop their big ideas. The course brought that in spades. And the bonus was, every one of the people I’ve met through TPPA loves what they do.
When you work with a group of inspiring people, it’s sometimes hard to recognize where the ideas come from, but I know the discussions I’ve had with this group has had a significant impact on me creating Love to Work. They have given me the confidence to get back to writing, researching, and creating about engaging people at work with the passion I had years ago. They have given me the courage to ‘play big’ to help others to play bigger.
Not only have I met this inspiring group, through Love to Work, but I’ve also connected with new and reconnected with old friends and colleagues from far and wide. I’ve spoken to people I haven’t spoken to in years, and those conversations have and continue to inspire me to find more stories and spread more joy about the possibilities of loving what you do.
Although the formal TPPA group sessions have come to an end, the network we’ve built will continue to thrive. I never fail to be amazed by the power of connecting and reconnecting with others. I can’t wait to see where TPPA and Love to Work will take me next.
Do you have connections that support you in doing the work that you love?
If you’re someone who loves your work, or you know someone else who does, check out the Red Ponder #LoveToWork projects and let me know if you’d like to take part! I’d love to hear from you!