Who Am I?

Self Reflection Exercise
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Have you lost your sense of self?

It happens! And we’re here to help you find your way back to you.  We all lose our way.  Life gets busy and time passes much faster as we get older. You may be feeling like things need to be different, or change, but you’re not sure where to start. 

If you are wanting to clear your head and develop a stronger sense of where the next season of your life may be, I’m so glad you found us!  We’re here to help give you a gentle nudge towards remembering who you are and what’s important. 

Our Who Am I? Self Reflection Exercise will give you much greater clarity as you plan your next career move or make changes to how you currently navigate your professional role (and life). If you’d like the opportunity to dig a little deeper and develop a stronger sense of self, this is for you!

Many of us lead very busy lives, and so this self reflection exercise provides the opportunity for you to stop and take stock. We recommend it to clients who know they need some new direction but are not sure where to start.

This is a cornerstone reflection exercise used with our career consultation and personal branding clients and as part of workshops Karen Hollenbach, Think Bespoke’s Founding Director, has run since the late 1990s

Begin an essential first step

Self reflection is an essential first step in rediscovering you and helping you make either incremental or transformational changes.  By taking the time to reflect and learn more about yourself, you can live the life you imagined and reach your full potential.

Once you have completed the self reflection exercise you may also like to explore our Career Consultation service.

This process was the perfect awakening I needed, allowing me to regain confidence and take my next steps. Thank you Karen. Felicity Burke

This self assessment was a way to cut through the overwhelm + concentrate on what’s important + remain true to myself. Definitely something I will do every year to keep check + realign goals + priorities. Charmaine Krueger