Do you want a coach?

Is Coaching Right For You?

  • Do you know what your goals in life are?
  • Do you know how to motivate and inspire yourself?
  • Are you able to distinguish and clear limiting beliefs?
  • Do you have a plan to achieve them?
  • Do you have a coach to help you stay on track?
  • Do you work on achieving your life’s goals?
  • Do you have a timeline in which to achieve these goals?
  • Do you have support for realizing your vision?
  • Are you able to see yourself and your situation with objectivity?
  • Are you in a relationship which you would like to strengthen?

If you answered “No” to any of the above questions, coaching can help. Coaching sessions can help you determine, plan and achieve your goals, powerfully and quickly.

What is it you want?

  • Start a new career or business?
  • Discover your passion?
  • Find your significant other?
  • Create more meaning in your life?
  • Lose weight and keep it off?
  • Improve your financial management
  • Be more confident?
  • Have a higher self-esteem?
  • Fall in love with your spouse or partner again?
  • Have more leisure time?
  • Increase your income?

Or do you not even know what you want? Or have you tried and failed so many times that you’re afraid to even try again?

People often waste enormous amounts of money buying tools to help them reach their goals, and then they don’t use the tools. Think about how much money people invest in gym memberships, workout tools, and health-oriented cookbooks to either get in shape or lose weight (or both)? And what are the results? The average long-term results are very, very poor.

Q. Do you need a life coach?

A. No.   Nobody needs a life coach.  Life coaches are not typically called in to fix problems or intervene in crisis’s (not that you couldn’t use a coach for this) dealing with first-line psychological disorders.

But would it be worth the investment of time, energy, and money to be living a substantially more fulfilling life in six months or a year instead of ten years or never?  You are far more likely to achieve the results you want with a coach -and-  you will achieve those results much faster than you would without coaching.

Personal coaching, like fitness training, is not something you can be forced to do. You have to want to submit yourself to a kind of discipline, even though you yourself will define the workings of that discipline. There’s no point in paying for life coaching, for example, if you don’t want to follow up on the assignments you’ve given yourself, or continuously sabotage your own efforts. It is about progress, not perfection, but you need be willing to make a commitment and participate fully.

Life Coaching is not Worth it AT ALL When you…

  • Don’t want to hear things that take you out of your comfort zone.
  • Want to keep blaming everyone and everything else for your current jam.
  • Are adamant to be right instead of being happier.
  • Aren’t willing to make the effort or time to really work on anything new or different.
  • Are fine with a mediocre miserable life, where life is not that bad, but it’s not that good either.
  • Are determined to keep engaging in the same behaviors over and over with the same attitude, expecting a different result.

If you agree with some of these, don’t bother to hire a life coach no matter how many and how often your loved ones suggest it.


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