Overcoming Passenger Mode: How to Stop Going Along for the Ride and Get Back in the Driver’s Seat
June 22 @ 5:00 pm - 6:30 pm
Each of us, at one time or another, has been in what I call “passenger mode.” Passenger mode occurs whenever we allow someone else to do something for us that we pay silent witness to. This means we are aware of something that someone else is doing, but that’s about all. We haven’t given it much thought. It can be anything, from unclogging a toilet, changing a tire, doing minor repairs around the house, to driving the kids to school or the dogs to doggy daycare.
There’s nothing inherently good or bad about being in passenger mode. We don’t need to know how to do everything that comprises our daily lives.
But then, one day, out of the blue and usually without warning, that one thing that we haven’t had to do, and never thought we’d ever need to know how to do, suddenly appears, and now we find ourselves having to do it, or we need to find someone who can do it for us. And for most of us, we don’t discover this until something happens in our lives that forces us to think about it very quickly.
The key to getting back in the driver’s seat is to identify what you do know and what you don’t know before you have to know it! And you can’t know what those things are until you take inventory of everything in your life that someone else does for you, but that someday you might need or want to know how to do yourself.
In this webinar, you’ll learn how to identify everything that someone else does for you; decide which of those things you need to learn, want to learn, or never need or want to learn; and develop an action plan for everything on your list.