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Have You Run Into a Wall?

In Coaching, motivation, Personal Development, perspective, Women's growth, women's issues on January 17, 2012 at 4:46 pm

Do you feel like you keep running into walls when you are trying to accomplish something?
Do you ever feel like you don’t have any options?
Do you feel like you are up against a wall with no where to go?
Even though you know better, do you feel like you have to face this all alone?

Well, you are not alone, you have someone in your corner, you have someone to help you find the window, the door, or even the ladder to get past your obstacles and move forward.

All You Have to do is Ask!

Really, you don’t even have to know what you need, as a professional coach, I can help you discover where these walls come from and how to not only work through them, but in many cases, never see them again!

Not sure if this could actually work in your situation?  Check out the questions and situations on our our “Is Coaching Right For You” page.

Not sure if I am the coach for you?  Check out my Lifestyle and Mindset Coaching page on Thumbtack.com.  You can ask questions about your specific issues, get a quote, or even check out other coaches.  I am confident that, like my other clients, you will be thrilled with the new possibilities in your life after only a few short months.

Contact me today!

Being Grateful for our Achievements

In Coaching, health and wellness, motivation, tools, Women's growth on November 23, 2010 at 3:29 pm

Taking stock of your goals or accomplishments for the year, helps you to understand if you have spent the year treading water, or if you have spent your effort and time as you had every intention to do last New Years Eve.

I applaud those of you who set out to reach your goals and achieved them.  That in itself is quite an accomplishment. But for those who, year after year, set lofty goals, with every good intention of reaching them this time – yet, by the end of each year have, again fallen shy of those goals. If that is the case, there are several questions you can ask yourself to see why this happens:

  1. Is this goal in line with my values?
  2. Who did I set this goal for? Me? Others?
  3. What would happen (or how would I feel) if I reached that goal?
  4. What happens (or how do I feel) when I don’t reach that goal?
  5. What got in my way of reaching it? – Do I set and miss this goal every year?
  6. What is at stake if I don’t reach this goal?
  7. Where will I (or the business, family, the world, my self-esteem) be in 2 years if I never reach this goal?

Whether these are business, personal, spiritual, philanthropic, or financial goals, they were important enough for you to set in the first place, how did their value drop, or is it that there was no accountability to hold you to it?

Taking a Real Look
Knowing where you have been, and knowing how you got there, or at least where you got off track helps you avoid those pitfalls in the future.
Now here is an excercise you can do for your goals from this past year.

  1. Read through your goals from last year.
  2. Find something for each goal, whether you achieved it or not, find something that you can be grateful for.  Make it positive.  If your goal was to grow your business by 10% and missed that goal, be grateful, for example, for the consistant clients that keep flocking to you, be grateful for that one client who can’t afford to buy products but does anyway.
  3. Think of at least two things you did accomplish this year and write it on the list, and check it off!

This exercise helps you to be grateful for what you have accomplished.  You can do more if your mindset is Success-oriented instead of Failure-oriented.  What does this exercise tell you about the goals you have set in the past?  Often just noticing a pattern can help you change it.

Now that you have taken stock of your year, you are ready to begin thinking and planning and making achievable goals for next year!  Good luck!

Re-Imagine Your Life – for just $2.50?

In Coaching, health and wellness, Personal Development, Women's growth, women's health and wellness, women's issues on July 27, 2010 at 7:20 pm

You know that feeling – when your body feels like it is being squished from the sheer weight of the gravity around you, when it actually takes effort to smile and breath.  The scariest part of that feeling is that you often don’t have an outlet or any where to turn to get out of it!  This pressure goes by many names, fear, stress, overwhelm, anxiety, you name it! 

Women, I am talking to you!  You look gorgeous, you dress like a winner, you are on the right career path, everything looks like you have it all together!  But what would happen if we pulled back the curtain of your life?  What does it look like from your perspective?  Is your inner little girl sitting on the floor crying and rocking?  Is she pounding on the doors to get out?  Or is she sitting in the dark hoping no-one notices her? 

Why don’t we ask for help?  We do so much for so many people in our world, but we are always last on the list.  We spend money on ballet lessons, music lessons, soccer camp, golf outings, and when it comes time to spend money on ourselves, we can’t. 

So, what if I told you that for the pocket change at the end of every day, you could get the support, understanding, life planning, health and wellness, career and finance assistance that  you have always dreamed about.  What if you could have a Certified, Professional Coach, a plan, a support group, tons of resources at your fingertips, for just $2.50 a day?  — No, there is no catch. 

As a coach, I am always looking for ways to make help, resources, and coaching available to everyone, but so many women can’t justify spending money on a Coach for themselves.  These women are missing out on the power, the self discovery, the health, the motivation, career and relationship assistance, and the confidence to make phenomenal changes in their lives.  For the cost of a daily Latte, you can empower your life and reimagine your future!

What do you do everyday that you spend $2.50 or more on?  Coffee?  Lunch out?  Your nails?  Do any of those help you create your future, reduce your stress and anxiety, help you build a roadmap for improving your life? 

Want to learn more?  Check out my page for this life changing offer! Click around, read what interests you.  Need more info?  Contact me directly!

Don’t wait!  What will you tell yourself, your family or your friends in 6 months when you could be realizing your new life, but yet nothing has changed because you did nothing?  To quote Tony Robbins, “MAKE A MOVE!”