If you are living your life right, then a time will come when you sense the need to grow and fulfil your potential. Yet we can find ourselves poorly equipped to move ourselves forward, and seek insight in our stuckness through running inventories of our skills and experiences. Even less helpful, we ask ourselves “What do I want?”, and stare into a chasm of uncertainty and confusion, led by scripts of what we “should” be and do.

But the quality of our answers and our lives lie in the questions we ask and live. Success is less about a job title that fits, but alignment between our authentic selves and how we show up in the world. In a practical journey of self-reflection to align yourself and set meaningful goals, you will work through interactive exercises and there will also be time to reflect on what you’ve learnt. You will leave the day energised and inspired, with notes on your values and motivations and an action plan for your next steps.

Reading Recommendations:

  • Viktor Frankl, Man’s Search for Meaning.
  • Parker Palmer, Let Your Life Speak.
  • Rainer Maria Rilke, Letters to a Young Poet.
  • Bronnie Ware, Five Regrets of the Dying
Fiona Buckland - The Weekend University

Fiona Buckland is a Life & Leadership Coach, facilitator and author, passionate about helping people develop deeper, wiser leadership of themselves. She is delighted to count world-leading business and cultural organizations among her clients, including The Wall Street Journal, Alexander McQueen and Viacom. 

In addition to her coaching and facilitation practice, she leads workshops on authentic leadership, runs Guardian Masterclasses and contributes to The Guardian, the Independent and Psychologies. She is also a guest lecturer in Coaching at Birkbeck University of London. Her book The Thoughtful Leader is published in 2021.