On the one hand, ambition can be great, it allows us to do and achieve amazing things in life, however when it comes to wellbeing it can be the very thing that derails us. When we have great success in one area of our life, such as our career or financially, other areas often suffer as a result.
In this video, Mark is joined by Lee Mears, to explore ambition and how it impacts our wellbeing.
Lee is a retired international rugby player with 2 World Cups, 43 international rugby caps for England and a British and Irish Lions tour under his belt. Since retiring from rugby he’s been
coaching business leaders to realise their ambitions.
Lee shares his own personal story, along with insightful tips on how to harness healthy ambition and find better balance in life today.
You’ll discover a simple technique to take stock of where you’re thriving, where you’re striving and where you’re merely surviving. So, that you can take steps to be holistically successful…across all the areas of your life.
Lee has also designed a fun and impactful ‘Healthy Ambition’ webinar which builds on the techniques in the video so you, your team and your organisation can be healthier, happier and more holistically successful. If you’d like to find out more, click here to set up a quick chat with Mark.
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Link to special thriving wheel of life for you to take stock of how you’re doing in each area of life right now. You can export your own version here to work out how you can be more holistically successful
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