“I Need a Life Coach” – How Ordinary People Get Extraordinary Results!
Aren’t Olympic athletes amazing? We marvel at the skill and dedication these athletes bring to their events. They truly know how to get the best out of themselves. They’re living proof that all of us can achieve our dreams if we’re willing to work hard. And the one thing they all have in common? They all have coaches. Coaching is a normal approach to winning. So logically, since we all want to excel at life, wouldn’t it make sense to say, “I need a life coach!”
Yet when it comes to life, we think we can, or should, go it alone. You might even have heard someone laugh and say, “Really? You’ve got to be kidding! Do you need a coach to show you how to live?” But which is more important – winning a sporting event or living a meaningful life? And which is more difficult? It’s excelling in life! When you consider it in this light, having a life coach makes perfect sense.
How having a life coach can help you do outstanding things…
The most successful people like athletes, public speakers, intrepid entrepreneurs, and even the President rely on support from their coaches. They aren’t embarrassed to say, “I need a life coach!” Yes, even life coaches have their own life coaches. As Robert Kiyosaki observed, “Amateurs might not have coaches, but professionals do.”
No one can know everything. That would be unrealistic. By tapping into the wisdom of others, you save yourself a lot of time, energy, and money. It’s very freeing to know you don’t have to figure it all out on your own; that you can trust someone else to come up with workable ideas that you’ve never even thought of before.
By admitting to yourself, “I need a life coach,” you’re opening yourself up to excellence. Working with a Life Coach is something to be proud of, because you’re investing in your personal and professional success, and you’re adopting a belief that success and mastery can be more easily achieved under expert advice and supervision.
And when you work with a Somatic Coach, like me, you learn about how the body and mind work together. Along the way, you also uncover how they’re not working together and then you can integrate your Parts that are out of alignment.
Yes, it costs money to hire a life coach. But if you’re committed to bettering yourself, you’ll find the resources. It may seem a bit counter-intuitive, but in the long run life coaching saves money because it’s a more effective way to reach your goals.
An experienced life coach helps you see and avoid external distractions (bright shiny objects) and internal roadblocks (limiting beliefs and self-talk). They keep you accountable and help you discover self-confidence, as you systematically take one successful step after another. What a relief. No more reinventing the wheel. That’s priceless!
Here are some signs that might make you say, “I need a life coach”…
- You’re at a turning point in life, and you’re not sure what to do next.
- You’ve been suppressing a burning inner passion and it’s time to let it out.
- You’re afraid to take the next step.
- You know you’re capable of doing and being more than you are right now.
- You see others with close friendships and lasting love interests, and you want that too!
- You’re getting in your own way and you want to get rid of negative self-talk.
- You’re not happy with the status quo – you want to excel and unleash your highest potential.
- You feel unfulfilled or you want to feel fully alive and engaged.
- You’re tired of trying to figure it out yourself.
If this is how you feel, please give some serious consideration to working with a life coach. Hiring a life coach sets you apart from the average person, and it says, “I’m determined to improve, refine, and update my skills”.
Are you ready to say, “I need a life coach”? Then let’s talk about forming a coaching partnership. As we get to know each other, we’ll see if we’re a good fit for each other. That’s why I offer a free, no-obligation 30-minute consultation. I know what a big step this is and how it’s important to test the waters before you commit. But I know that once you commit, you’re going to be thrilled with the results.