Process of change

The introduction of our Change Champion e-course has been posted as 4 blogs to give you an impression on what the e-course is about. You can purchase the e-course in our SHOP. Buy it once, it’s forever yours!

This is part 4 out of 4. Introduction of our Change Champion e-course.


Take some time to answer the following questions, sit with them, listen to the answers. Let them flow out of you. There is no right or wrong.


What are the reasons you are doing this course?

Please answer these questions for yourself:


  • What does change mean to you? Feel free to look up the definition or define it yourself.
  • What do you feel when you think about change?
  • What do you struggle with when it comes to the topic of change? Is it about changing a situation, a feeling, a thought or maybe a habit or behaviour?
  • What are you hoping to get out of the course?
  • How much time are you willing to spend on the course per week?
  • Can you dedicate time in your agenda for this course? Perhaps plan it, so you keep staying on track. It is also advisable to do at least one session per week.


Process of change

Remember too, it is a process and it is never completely finished. It is therefore essential to keep on revisiting your goals [1] and also the role you wish to play in reaching them during this process of change. Here are a few more questions to ask yourself:


  • How would I like to move forward in the long-run?
  • How can others also benefit from this in the future?
  • To what extend am I dedicated to reach my goals?


Like we said:


Allow yourself time.


Take that time.


Thank you for completing today’s session. It is important to know why you are here and why you are doing this course!


What’s next?

In session 1 we will look at what your current position on the ‘map of life’ is: You are here now.


Words of encouragement

There is no magic formula and there are no easy fixes. However, with patience, determination and perseverance you will get a very long way.


Use those character traits whilst moving forward on your path and let yourself sparkle and shine. Just like we say in: Be Bold. Be Brave, Be Wicked and show your bigger-than-life side to the world.


We look forward to hearing from you and do champion on!


With love and care,



P.S. Go out!

Buy yourself a beautiful notebook, dedicate your favourite pen and colour pencils, make this notebook your best friend, your unicorn, your support system during your process. It is said that it is much more powerful to write your thoughts down on paper than just online as the hand- eye coordination is said to spark creativity!


You’re done!

Go back to part 1 out of 4. Introduction of our Change Champion e-course.

Or take the whole e-course. You can buy it HERE!


[1] Paragraph is inspired by talk from Ari Wallach on ‘3 Ways to plan for the very long term’ on in


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