Anyone open to learning more about themselves is eligible for life coaching. More specifically, I help those experiencing evolving inner values to craft true-to-self, self-defined, and intentional steps toward a quality of life beyond what they could’ve ever imagined for themselves, alone.
What brings you a sense of long-lasting, inner fulfillment? What kinds of things are you doing, daily, that contribute to attaining the lifestyle you sense will sweep you off your feet? We all want what brings us a sense of belonging, accomplishment and even some glory. But what is it that is really impinging self-defined success? How would you feel if I asked you, “What is the most important thing to you right now?”
In order to answer that question, gain some semblance of clarity about what your priorities are. Consider the following questions: What do you value the most? What are your beliefs? What do you think you care about?
There are 33 iPEC© Foundation Principles and I will share one here with you.
Note: iPEC is the coaching school I attended. Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching
“Nothing exists in isolation of anything else.”
How might you interpret this statement of truth, as we call it in iPEC©?
The way I see it, we all have 24 hours in a day. We each all share the same days, the same space. Everything is connected. Energy and matter exists throughout time and space. Now simplify that to individual entities within the universe. We are our own beings which could be subjected to influence or could command influence. At times we ‘carpe diem’ and other times we just drift. Of course, there is a continuum of our level of engagement in what we do or don’t do with our 24 hours in a day. This all goes back to what I asked previously, “What is the most important thing to you?”
When you begin to feel lost, what helps you find your home base?
In a free initial coaching session, the primary goal is to explore your wants and what is holding you back from reaching your true potential. To claim your free 30 minute coaching session, find me here.
To conclude this post, here are three things that I am grateful for:
- Support from loved ones
- The Mermaid Chair by Sue Monk Kidd (currently reading)
- Greens of plants bordering clear blue skies (my current view)
What are three things that you are grateful for?