In one of my past jobs, I was running all over the place, working very hard. My direct manager called me for a meeting and said to me: “Nathalie, you are accountable for your job; it is the outcome that matters!” While the words “to be accountable” and “outcome” stuck with me, the true meaning of those words evaded me. Anyways, a couple of months later, I quitted my job, but those words were still swirling in my head.

After several months of studying and learning new things, plus the personal transformation that comes with these processes, I began to understand what those words meant to me: We are responsible for our life. We all want to live long, in health and happiness!

I believe that each individual is a work in progress and that much of that progress happens at work.

We work 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week, approximately 21 days per month. In other words, we spend a big chunk of our lives at work. It helps when we understand that work doesn’t have to mean something painful.
The first step is to recognize that throughout the life span of our professional lives, we have several careers and several jobs, and it is OKAY!

This is where we are accountable for our job.

I meet so many people with burn-out, worn-out or any variation of these “modern” malaises, and it has me wondering why work makes them sick. I genuinely believe active participation in working life is an essential positive driver for our health. By no means should we get sick because of work!

Do not get me wrong. I know bad things can happen. I prefer, and I choose to focus on the good, to recognize the challenges and achievements.

But we can get sick when we do not find meaning in the work we do, ignore our blind spots, or have a job that makes our relatives happy, but not ourselves.

As I grow older, I am developing different strengths. One of my strengths is to pull out the best of each person and provide them with valuable insights. I help them to stretch and grow. I can help before the sickness; I can help them to listen to themselves, to be aware of who they are. The signs of growth in others are my fuel!

“You do not discover the future; you create it with the actions you take today! is my philosophy, and I refuse a project when it is not aligned with my overall mission.

Nabarro Coaching reflects my passion for people and their thoughts, how our brain works, and how we can positively influence our thoughts.

It reflects my vision: Be the best version of yourself!

Nathalie
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For further information please contact me per:

Email: nabarrocoaching@gmail.com

Phone: +31 6 243 53 158

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KVK nr 70810281

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For more information contact me per:

Email: nabarrocoaching@gmail.com

Phone: +31 6 243 53 158

Skype per appointment

KVK nr 70810281

Facebook instagram

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