Do you find yourself getting distracted?
Are you constantly wondering what the next thing is that will make you happy? Is it a car? A holiday? A relationship? More things?
We’ve all been through this, and it’s not easy. But it can be done—with a little help from a life coach.
A life coach is a person who helps you to stay focused on what’s important in your life. They can help you make decisions about how to spend your time and energy so that the things that matter most are always at the top of your priorities list.
Life coaches aren’t just for people with an overwhelming number of responsibilities—they can also be helpful for those who have trouble deciding what they want out of life. If you’re having trouble figuring out what direction to take next, how much money is enough, or where you want to live, consider working with a life coach. They can help guide your decision-making process with objectivity and expertise.
There are many different types of life coaching available today. Some focus on specific areas such as weight loss or career success. Others focus more on emotional growth or on helping individuals understand themselves better by exploring their past experiences and childhood influences. Some focus on your whole self (that’s me) where you work on your past issues that hold you back from everything you want in your present and future. I help you to be brilliant at what you do and how you live by looking at your life as a whole rather than separately. Like a one-stop shop if you will.
We’re all guilty of getting lost in the whirlwind of life. Whether you’re trying to find a new job or stay in shape. Even just getting through the day without forgetting your keys, there’s always so many things that can pull at your attention. And while we love technology and all its many wonders, it’s easy to get distracted by it. That can be a problem if you’re trying to focus on something important.
So what do you do? If you need help staying on task and getting things done, consider working with a life coach. Life coaches can help you identify your goals and create an action plan for achieving them. They’ll also help keep you accountable for what needs doing. And when it needs doing—so that you don’t miss out on opportunities because they slip through the cracks.
And if there’s anything we know about how busy our lives are these days, it’s this: having someone reminding us when something needs doing is a huge help!
I’m Puja McClymont – certified coach, wisdom teacher, speaker and host of the SELF Care 101 podcast.
I help professionals who are seeking direction and contentment in their lives by taking their work, health and relationships to a new level of success, so that life becomes more impactful, meaningful and fulfilling.
Through wisdom traditions and modern personal-development techniques, I teach you how to understand your Self better to achieve your goals.
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