So many people struggle with too much work. From burnout.
People who identify as change agents are often doing their catalytic work, in addition to their day job, which can increase the feeling of burnout.
This is a big part of the reason why we created Catalyst Constellation retreats.
How many moments of intense burn out can you count in your catalytic history? How many moments of self-doubt that almost stopped you mid-manifestation?
The post about Catalyst’s challenges talked about the many things that compromise the emotional and physical well-being of Catalysts.
The New Year is such an exciting time. Some people make resolutions. Many people set goals, spend time imagining what they are going to accomplish or change this year, or kick off new projects. People feel the sense of a clean slate. No more excuses. Everywhere I look this is a time filled with activity and people ready to manifest new things. Fast paced. Active. Frenetic.
My last post focused on the challenges shared by all Catalysts. In this post we are going to deep dive into the challenges of Catalysts who are trying to LEAD others.
When I met Anika she was in a state of paralysis because she had so many things happening at once.
It’s time for change agents to get more intentional about leaning into one another so we can recharge, maintain our progress and more sustainably change the world.
You’re ahead of the curve. You can see what’s coming down the road, when no one else can. Purpose is built into everything you do.
Being catalytic can feel amazing – you have a drive that gets you out of bed, see opportunity everywhere and manifest meaningful change. And yet… There is PAIN that comes with being catalytic.
All of these are common challenges. In fact being a Catalyst comes with a long list of challenges. Research surfaced dozens of common challenges that group into 7 categories.