“Would you tell me, please, which way I ought to go from here?”
“That depends a good deal on where you want to get to.”
“I don’t much care where –”
“Then it doesn’t matter which way you go.”
― Lewis Carroll, Alice in Wonderland
toss:ly is about personal change.
If you don’t much care where you are going, toss:ly is not for you.
If you want to figure out where you’re going (hint: it’s more than one place), and learn to use your thinking to get you there, toss:ly offers a most useful approach.
Our philosophy — Enjoy more of what you have, and have more of what you want.
You’ll find information, inspiration, and process for doing that, for guiding personal change, in ways that give you a strong hand on your personal rudder, and maps to navigate an ever changing see.
Stories of personal change include losing weight, overcoming procrastination, recovering from loss, earning more or spending less, building relationships, beginning-continuing-or elevating exercise, stopping smoking or use of drugs, getting married, having kids, and learning to relax.
toss:ly gives you tools to guide whatever change you want, and encourages you to incorporate the best ways you find in your daily life from books, friends, family, blogs, experts, doctors, and so on.
Here’s how toss:ly helps…
1. Key insights to guiding change, as the changes we want in our life, change. The framework (in the left hand column) will be expanded weekly with ideas that will help guide change, and that just might be the missing step you’re looking for to begin, or support, the change you desire.
2. Free weekly email updates and insights on making change. Subscribe and join a conversation that will add clarity to the process of personal change.
3. For those who want more help with change, we offer ON demand consultation with people trained in the toss:ly concepts of leading yourself in personal change. Contact us and let us know how we could help.
If there are things you’ve been thinking about changing in your life, in the moment or over time, toss:ly will give you a way to think about and guide yourself to the results you desire.
Where do you begin? I suggest with the person responsible for your change, and the next section, YOU.