How do you find a Life Coach who inspires you? Welcome to Inspire Moment #111.
Could you benefit from assistance with any of these Life Challenges?
- Need help with goal setting/identifying your next step in life
- Work too much or know someone who does
- Desire more balance between your work & personal life
- Seeking change or facing a transition
- Need help motivating yourself/family/team/staff
- Has life become all about work/kids/sports/hobbies
- Focused on pleasing/taking care of others and not yourself
What do Life Coaches do?
Life Coaches offer a range of services and can help you in many ways including: help you make positive life changes, set goals and lay out a strategy for reaching them; gain a fresh perspective and outlook on your current circumstances; improve your work/life balance, increase confidence/assertiveness and so much more.
How do I find a Life Coach?
- Begin by asking friends, co-workers, or anyone you trust if they know or have worked with a Life Coach.
- Search Google by entering Life Coach and write in one of the challenges you are facing such as “work life balance.”
- Communicate with each potential Coach to get a feel for him or her on the phone.
To learn more about Life Coaching and how it can benefit you, please contact me here and I will be happy to help you.
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They have them in NBA and NCAA basketball games, the Twenty-Second Time Out. It is a halt in the game that is called at a strategically important point. Inspire Moment #108 is about the Twenty-Second Time Out in your game, Your Life. The questions I want you to ask yourself today is this…
1) When do you take a halt in the game (of life) your playing in to think strategy?
If you’re in it to win it, what’s going to be different about today? Dwell upon having a more peaceful and joyful strategy. Because, you know what? It’s not just another day! (that’s the way I think at least)…It’s a NEW DAY to try a NEW strategy of doing, of acting, of serving, and all you need is a Twenty Second Time Out to start thinking that way.
2) When is the best time(s) for you to take your Twenty Second Time Out(s)?
Find the time. The worst time of the day could very well be the best time of day for you to take twenty seconds. If you don’t have a stop watch handy, I have a suggestion! Put your hand on your heart for twenty beats and rest in YOU and your strategy for today because before you know it you will be back to the game of life…and life can change in Twenty Seconds!
So let’s take some action! Why not take a Twenty Second Time Out right now? Start by taking a big deep breath in, and then release. You have plenty of time and when you are done, return for more Inspire Moments.
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How will you ever find direction in your life if you don’t get lost once in a while? Take a minute and let that sink in. If you are seeking direction, acting on Inspire Moment #104 could be your first step.
Coach Angie’s inspiration for you today is to encourage you to travel off your beaten path. See where it leads you. If you become anxious, don’t worry, because you will eventually find your way back OR you will be steered in a different direction, on purpose. The goal is to just go with it because it’s Time to Get Lost. Bon voyage!
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Does your life need to be resuscitated? Do you need to be revived and brought back to living a full life? One way to feel the jolt is to change up your surroundings.
Step #1 – Get out of Dodge!
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Google Maps gives us a Bird’s Eye View of the location we type in on the website. From the initial Google Map perspective we are given a zoomed out view of our location and are able to see so much more of the area. We notice on the map major streets, local convenience stores or malls nearby, how close we are to highways, parks, water, etc. It’s helpful to gain this perspective, because it provides a sense of direction on where you are traveling and where things are located when you journey there.
Welcome to Inspire Moment #101: Bird’s Eye View. This woke me up at 6am and I figured it was worth sharing. Now, what if you took some time this week and took a Bird’s Eye View of your life? You can’t simply visit a website and put in your goal or destination, and tell it where to take you. I’m sure you wish is was that easy! However, you can take time to locate where you are in your life and zoom out to see a different perspective and learn any potential detours you need to take.
As the “Activator” I always say, action beats intention. The first action step is to ask these questions this week. Give yourself a deadline to write them down and answer them or at least to brainstorm for five minutes. Are their local compassionate people nearby in your life? Locate them. Do you notice major intersections in your life right now and need help determining what turn you should make? Need to seek counsel? I know a good coach. 😉 Could taking the Bird’s Eye View help you to determine your next step? How close are you to pursuing the things that really drive you in life? Like a merging onto a major highway, is that next move a bit scary to some of you? Are your goals even on the map anymore? It may seem like a lot to think about, but it’s worth it.
Remember, not to get stuck on cruise control and miss the exit for the life you could be living. Taking the Bird’s Eye View could be exactly what you need to do this week. Give it a shot!
Remember when you were a kid you had to get a permission slip to go on a school field trip? Maybe sometimes you would get one from your mom or dad to take a different bus home with a friend or to have another friend’s parent pick you up after school? Remember those days…when you got the approval to take some time and do something fun, something different, something you needed to do?
Inspire Moment #98 is about your Permission Slip in life now. It’s often hard to give ourselves the permission to take a break from the busy life most of us lead. The approval to know that it’s ok to go out and have some fun during the week or to stay in and rest, to take time off from work for a vacation, or go out to lunch instead of staying in having a working lunch in the office or simply just taking time to eat lunch! Why are we so hard on ourselves?
We had to get a Permission Slip when we were younger and so it gets your Coach thinking that maybe some of us still need a Permission Slip to do things in our life today. If you struggle with that then it’s time to “Flip the Switch™” in your mind and create your Permission Slip. Please keep reading for a suggested action step on where you can start.
Could your Permission Slip be a reminder on your phone? If so, what does it say? How often do you see it? Could is be something you write out on an index card that says “Permission Slip?” Is it a check mark you put in your calendar that allows you permission twice a week to do “those things” to bring you back in balance? If so, how do you remember to check it off? Take an Inspire Moment now to think about what action step you will take today or next week to remember to give yourself a Permission Slip.
Because allowing yourself to do what you need to do in order to feel truly in balance with who you are on the inside is the most important authorization you can give yourself in life.