I joined the VQ Virtual as I had this deep feeling of being lost. I was in a rut. I couldn't get clarity on my direction.
This is from a learning junkie too. I've tried loads of books, systems, and structured journals in order to plan and set goals for my life. I never felt like I was connecting the dots.
I tried coaching programmes and masterminds where I learned tactics but I always felt at odds with the people around me.
I'm thankful someone I respect brought Rick and VQ into my life. It was great timing and when you know, you know.
It isn't like anything else I have done before. The biggest difference is that it is *all* focused on you. On your well-being. On what you're looking for.
The work is simultaneously enjoyable, enlightening, difficult, and easy. I'll not sugarcoat it, some of it I found frustrating and disturbing so expect highs and lows. But, in the best way.
I needed this journey. VQ is an incredibly well designed and worthwhile journey. Rick is a masterful companion and guide.
I've come away feeling enlightened, relieved and with absolute clarity on my purpose.
The work (professional and personal) I've acted on since has been transformative and I only finished VQ last month. I say finish, but you never really finish as VQ has cemented habits that will stay with me forever.
I'll treasure my workbook forever too, it's a rock on my bookshelf and very dear to me.
I feel a palpable excitement for the life I'm living now and what I'll go on to create.
I'm thankful I had the fortune to meet Rick. He is like no one else I've met - warm, empathetic and reassuring. But also down to earth, I'd hang out with the guy and I consider him an important mentor who I hope to stay in touch with for a long time.
For anyone that feels disconnected from their true calling, or if you feel like you are harbouring important contribution but don't know where to start - Rick can and will help.
I've never written a review like this and I'd be happy for anyone to contact me any time as I think everyone should do VQ. It should be part of the curriculum at schools.
Thanks Rick, you're a legend.