Are you in need of a life coach?
by Julie Homes
Oct 09, 2013 | 2744 views | 0 0 comments | 135 135 recommendations | email to a friend | print
We all have our standard daily routines and patterns: wake up, go to work, take care of the kids, eat, sleep, shower, rinse, and repeat Is this why we were put on this earth? To get caught up in our everyday mundane routine, or is there more, something that we’re missing?

What if there was a key to unlocking a full, happy, purposeful life? Would you be willing to risk trading in your mediocrity for the extraordinary?

Well, you don’t need a secret key, or a magic wand, but you may need to let go of some dis-empowering beliefs you have about yourself and life, realize that limitations stem from fear (an emotion not a fact), and begin to shift your perception to a more positive hopeful outlook.

How can this be done? It can be much easier than you may think. Many people with issues resort to traditional therapy, which can become a lifelong process of sitting on a couch once a week and answering the question “How do you feel about that?” This is a question you could be asking yourself for the rest of your life, with no positive results.

Although Life Coaching has been around since the early 1980’s, it is a vastly growing alternative to traditional therapy for the fact that it conquers issues directly, using action to create efficient life transforming results.

It’s easy for you to see what others may be doing wrong, but when it’s your life and you are in it, you can’t always get a clear perception of what is really going on. Having a life coach is like having a mirror, and finally being able to see things from a new perspective.

The most debilitating self-sabotaging quality one can possess is fear: fear of failing, succeeding, not being good enough, not being loved, or fear of change. Unless you face and conquer fear head on, you will continue to live the same humdrum life as long as you can endure it.

You must take action and learn to live outside of your comfort zone if you want to begin the journey of learning what you’re actually capable of.

What a Life Coach can help you improve and overcome: lack of confidence, depression, anxiety, phobias, marital and family issues, career change, finances, spirituality, OCD behaviors, creating life goals, devising an action plan to support you in reaching your goals, and much more.

We all have struggles. It’s whether we choose to suffer in them, or rise above and decide to be happy anyway, that makes the difference in our lives. You are meant to be happy. If you find that you feel otherwise, working with a Life Coach may just be the answer you’re looking for.

Julie Holmes is certified by the Robbins-Madanes Coach Training for Strategic Intervention. Learn more at www.lifecoach-newyorkcity.com.

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