You’d like to feel more satisfied with what you’re doing. You don’t see where you should be in a few years. You should understand what you want but you don’t. You have no clue on how to bring about this needed change in your life. Or you know what you want, but it feels like it’s not for you. Perhaps even you think that you don’t deserve it.
I was a sought-after program manager with an international record of happy customers. After a family crisis that left me broken, soulless and in complete burn-out, I managed to create a brand new life for myself: purposeful, joyful, vibrant, based on deeper energy than I’ve ever felt.
You set the highest standards for yourself. Your boss, colleagues, and clients love your ability to shoulder the toughest challenges and navigate complex circumstances. You leave everything you touch a little better. Sometimes, MUCH better. You have many projects going on. You’re successful in business; you might even be an accomplished athlete and/or a gifted artist as well.
Yet you’ve had a hard time lately finding meaning.
But these days you feel a dip in energy. Everything is getting to be a bit too much. You procrastinate on your personal goals.
Sometimes it overflows and you become critical of other people as well; you only intend to bring out the best from everyone but sometimes you feel that you’re only looking at the negatives.
You’ve tried implementing several new habits already. But deep down, it feels like something is seriously wrong with you and there’s no fix in sight.
When this happened to me, I first tried to power through.I read books, watched Ted talks, implemented new routines. To no avail.
Then I felt like giving up, and buried my head in a jar of peanut butter for a while. But neither approach made any real difference.
And then, I gave myself the space to think and the tools to figure out how to do it.
The feelings that weigh us down, the voices in our head that beat us up. That’s just us being human.
Life coaching will get you to make changes for the better.
It’s not therapy, it doesn’t focus on the past, and it gives lasting results in only a few sessions.
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