Are you finding yourself in a pattern of doing the same thing over and over again to avoid conflict, discomfort or fear of change? We are fairly certain that, at least to some extent, you’re putting everyone else’s needs before your own, which leaves you feeling depleted and resentful.
You’re listening to everyone else’s opinions about you and what you should be doing instead of paying attention to what intuitively feels right for you and this leaves you feeling disappointed and discouraged. This emotional state is where you may be stuck – unable to take action toward new opportunities because of limiting beliefs about yourself, or an overload of business, lack of time, and feeling overwhelmed. It seems like you’re doing everything right – taking care of the kids, the spouse, working hard, running errands, writing your book, and checking things off your perennial To-Do list – and yet, you can’t seem to get ahead. Hell, you can’t even keep up!
We get it.
Our dramas take up so much space in our lives that most of us wouldn’t know ourselves without them.
We all have the ability to create a life of joy, happiness, peace, balance and total fulfillment. However, if it were that easy we would have already done it. Sometimes we just need the help of a good coach or mentor to help us see where we’re missing our mark and to help us get back on track. There’s a solid reason why professional athletes, actors and business people have coaches. Having someone who’s walked the path before you and who knows how to navigate potential pitfalls is key. Having someone to hold you accountable is what keeps you showing up for practice, and consistently showing up for practice is what enables you to play well when you step onto the court. Bringing your A-game is what makes you feel alive, and it’s also what propels you forward to achieving your goals and stepping into your vision. And, a sweet side effect is that it inspires others to to do same. A good coach is who helps you get there. A good knows when to celebrate your wins. A good coach knows when to give you a hug and and tell you everything is going to be alright, and a good coach knows when to give you a swift kick in the booty to get you up and moving again. We have that coach who is right for YOU.