Tag: life coaching

How to Build Confidence Through Daily Achievements

How to build confidence through daily achievements

Confidence Through Achievement Getting accredited or certified is only one strategy to help increase your coaching confidence. You can also build confidence through achievement. The sort of achievements I’m talking about are achievements you accomplish yourself. For example, getting that eBook out or planning and setting up your list. Achievements don’t have to be big. …

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Self-Care Isn’t Selfish

Self-Care isnt selfish

Self-Care isn’t selfish, because you can’t pour from an empty cup. Something I’ve learned on my journey to success is that self-care is a big factor. Taking care of your own needs in addition to running your business is essential because you want to be healthy and feel good as a business owner.  Self-care is …

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Mindset for Client Attraction: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome

Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome

Do you ever look at how experienced and successful other coaches are and feel like you are not worthy?  I get it, there are so many coaches out there with years of experience, awards and resources so you sometimes wonder why your client should hire you over them.  Feeling like an impostor as a coach …

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Burn The Ships and Unlock Your Extraordinary

Masterclass for Recovery Coaches

‘Burn The Ships’ is a powerful metaphor for change, growth, and transformation. It is all about the journey ahead and eliminating the excuses and anchors that hold us back. A crisis never takes a holiday. And this is why Certified Crisis & Recovery Coaches are in high demand. You give hope and solutions when people …

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7 Benefits of Living by Your Own Rules

7 Benefits of Living by Your Own Rules

From childhood on, we are taught to fit in. We do what’s expected. We learn to conform, and we can even stop taking chances. But, after a while, this can feel a little boring. Worse, we might even start wondering who we are.  It’s time to take back control. It’s time to live by your …

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How to Be Your Authentic Self as a Life Coach

How to be your authentic self

This article includes powerful tips related to being your authentic self. It also includes 3 actionable steps you can take right away and a list of suggested reading for those people who are looking for even more information. People often pretend to be something or someone they aren’t. Often in social situations, people act differently …

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Things To Avoid If You Want To Think Creatively

We’re all busy. Being busy is a part of everyone’s overly full lives. We have overflowing email inboxes, cram too many meetings into our day, and spend hours trying to keep up with social media. But being busy simply means we don’t have priorities set up right. And being busy means our creativity suffers. Our …

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Planting the Seeds

garen landscape

About a month ago, my husband and I attended a lecture by Doug Tallamy, entomologist (insects), on how we are losing insects and birds in the U.S. because there aren’t enough native plants left to feed them. Birds and insects are pollinators which are an essential part of the human food chain. Our parks and …

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How Learning Something New Helps Our Brain

How learning something new helps our brain

Learning something new isn’t always easy, and can seem to take a lot of your energy. On the other hand,  it’s been proven that learning new things benefits your brain in the following ways: 1- Learning Programs the Brain According to Psychology Today, learning is actually the way that your brain gets “programmed”. Think of …

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6 Reasons We’re Afraid to Ask for Help

6 reasons we are afraid to ask for help

Even though struggles and obstacles are a part of life that everyone has to deal with, some of us are afraid to ask for help. As coaches, we also can often encounter clients who struggle to ask for help when they need it. This reluctance to seek assistance can stem from a variety of reasons.  …

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