Ready to discover your life?
Have you come to a time in your life where you're ready to let go of the old and step into an easier, more inspired way of living?
If so, I can help.
You've got so many pieces of the puzzle already. How do you begin to pull it all together to create wholeness? There are many seemingly unrelated experiences in everyone's life. What if there is a master plan for your life and you just haven't discovered it yet? I can help you with this.
Through empowerment coaching, I work with my clients to help them discover who they are and what they really want; to overcome negative thoughts and emotions that hold them back and to learn to go with the flow instead of against it.
When I chose life coaching as a career, I had already had several different careers and much life experience. It seemed like a beginning, but I realize now that everything I had done in life prior to becoming a coach had prepared me for this calling. I believe that I am now exactly where I belong and my seemingly desparate career path and all my fabulous and painful life experiences seem now to have been perfectly designed to help me understand and offer value to others.
is the time of year I like to look back on my wins and successes during
the year, the big ones and the little ones. Sometimes I find my
biggest breakthroughs come out of adversity, so of course I add those in
to the mix of the successes, even though they don’t always look like
on the surface.
I highly recommend this practice. Even if you feel like
your disappointments for the year outweigh your
successes. When you focus on your wins and
breakthroughs and bring up gratitude for them,
instead of focusing on your disappointments,
you are creating a mindset of success.
Because you get what you focus on, you are setting
yourself up to receive more success in the coming year. So make a list of those wins, anything that made you feel
happy, no matter how small and your breakthroughs.
Celebrate them as gifts. ‘Tis the season.
Now, what about the disappointments? A great way to deal with those is the practice of self-inquiry. This is a practice where you hold a question in your mind without expecting a specific answer. In fact, with an inquiry you are not looking
for a specific answer, just ideas. Use this idea-producing inquiry every time you think of something you wish
had turned out differently: “What else is possible?”
Don’t expect ideas to necessarily come right away,
although they may. An inquiry is something you hold in
your mind, trusting that ideas and possibilities will come
to you by virtue of the fact that you put your awareness
on the question. Ideas may pop into your head at anytime,
often when you least expect them.
So celebrate your wins and open up to new ideas. Write
your ideas down as they and make a plan to take the
next step for getting into action on that idea.