How a Life Coach Can Affect Your Lifetime Dreams
Victor Bravo, Highest Mindset
5 May 2016
Life is a skill that can be acquired and often you need help to learn this skill. Like any skill you desire to learn or become more proficient there are many ways to do this. If you want to become a better golfer you can hire a golf pro. If you want to become a better singer you perhaps hire a voice tutor.
We think nothing of paying someone to teach us how to do what we want to do better. That includes everything from cooking, writing, or a professional trainer to help us sculpt our body.
This is good. Of course, we can attempt to teach ourselves through books, videos and lots of practice. But most of the time if we’re serous about furthering a need or talent we must seek professional assistance.
Learning how to live life is somehow viewed differently. This is what we were born to do. Yet, we flounder, we struggle, strive for goals, miss the mark and fall back to wallow in failure and oft times resign ourselves to defeat. You think life should come easy and you should be able to handle whatever life throws at you. This is a good theory but life can be a formidable opponent.
“To win the big stakes in this changed world, you must catch the spirit of the great pioneers of the past, whose dreams have given to civilization all that it has of value, the spirit that serves as the life-blood of our own country – your opportunity and mine, to develop and market our talents.”
Most people aren’t even aware that there are life coaches who specialize in all areas of living life abundantly. This includes various aspects of your career and personal growth. They can advise you in relationships with your spouse, significant other or family members.
A life coach can help you make decisions you refuse to make for yourself. Many times you don’t even realize what decisions need to be made and a life coach can help you crystallize your thoughts and dreams.
“Life coaching is not a therapy session. He’s not there to help you heal wounds of the past but assist you in building a better tomorrow. If you blame others for your problems, perhaps therapy is a better option.”
An important first step before hiring a life coach is to assure yourself that you’re ready to move forward and willing to accept direction. At that point in your life it will be much easier for them to analyze where you are in life and where you want to be. You’re obviously frustrated with your life but have no idea how to get out of your rut.
Living the life you desire can come with a high price tag. But, if you’re willing to pay the price in money, effort and dedication then it’s time to define your life on your own terms and take control. You understand you’ve reached the point in your life that you must feel happier and that life can be rich and dreams realized.
“Change is inevitable but personal growth is a choice.”
The world we live in today is complicated and it’s okay to need help. A life coach will help you set personal goals, get you off square one and explain what to do next. A coach can be a powerful asset when you’re ready to work with him or her.
Life coaching is not a therapy session. He’s not there to help you heal wounds of the past but assist you in building a better tomorrow. If you blame others for your problems, perhaps therapy is a better option. But, if you’re ready to take responsibility for where you are today then a life coach can help improve your life and take you to the next level.