Archive for the ‘Life coaching’ Category
When clients first come to me they usually have an issue they want to resolve or something they would like to create. They may want to:
- Move beyond feeling stuck
- Reconnect with who they really are
- Accomplish or create something
- Feel more peaceful and grounded
- Have support and guidance through a transition
- Shift their attitude or change their behavior
- Release the hold something in their past has on them
- And, so on….
And yet, when all said and done, they tell me there was something even more powerful and unexpected that came forward. The real gift was who they became through the process and how much they learned to love and value themselves.
Intentions and goals are not just about doing, they are about learning and growing and being. They evolve who we are.
So, I’m wondering – Who do you want to become?
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It has been said that the condition of your home and work space reflects what is going on inside of you. Clutter in your space reflects how cluttered you feel. Cobwebs in your corners mean cobwebs on the brain. A messy house equals a messy life. Could this be true? Look around your space. What do you think?
While you are looking, ask yourself how your environment makes you feel. Is it comfortable, soothing, and energizing, or does it feel yucky and suck the life out of you?
If it is true that your outer world is a reflection of your inner reality, there is a golden opportunity here. Cleaning out a drawer can improve how you feel. Clearing off your desk can shift your mindset. My clients swear by this and I have also found it to be true.
I encourage you to try it out. Go clean up a troublesome area or organize a closet. You might be surprised how great you feel.
Your Turn: What have you experienced by clearing space in your life?
If you would like support in creating a life you love, email: firstname.lastname@example.org for a free Discovery Session.
Create a Kick Start Morning Routine – Start your day off with powerful practices like meditation, connecting with inspiring or motivational material, or physical exercise.
Design Your Day – Review your goals and intentions for the day and create a plan for making them happen. Make sure your goals and plan are realistic and balanced.
Monitor and Maximize Your Energy – Support your physical body by giving it the nutrition and exercise it needs. Take regular breaks and focus on positive self-talk to keep your mind clear and ready.
Use the Power of Movement and Action – Movement builds energy and increases motivation. You will feel better and be more effective when you exercise and stretch regularly. Taking action toward your goals builds mental momentum, confidence, and a feeling of being energized.
Close Your Day with Gratitude, Celebration, and Rest – End your day on a positive note and allow plenty of time for connecting with others, fun, and quality rest. This will give you the best chance of waking up the next morning energized and ready to go.
1. Create meaningful intentions for each of the following areas of your life:
- Physical Environment
- Personal/Spiritual Growth
- Personal Relationship/Romance
2. Set SMART goals that support your intentions – Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Relevant and Time bound
3. List bite size actions steps for the success of your goals – keep these steps very small so that you can experience success often
4. Create a plan for how you will complete your actions steps – possible ideas include putting them on your calendar, commiting to one or more per day, focusing on only a few at a time, or setting deadlines
6. Celebrate and acknowledge yourself for every success along the way