Tag Archives: Life Coaching

Being at choice

You’ve arrived at the capstone post for better living! Congratulations! If you review the penultimate post, “understanding attraction,” you’ll notice that the attraction activities I have encouraged are much more than things to do, they are ways to be. Being, … Continue reading

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The Treasures of your Brilliant Life

What do you find to be exquisite in your life? What is really valuable to you? Do you know what matters most to you? The things you value guide the way you act. They shape the decisions you make. It … Continue reading

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Integrity

In the small matters trust your mind; in the large ones, the heart. Sigmund Freud What is integrity? Integrity isn’t something you pull off the shelf, or out of a safe, when times are difficult. Integrity is a unifying way … Continue reading

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Claim the necessary boundaries

(If you have skipped the post on Standards for Better Living, please go back and read it before reading this one.) One of the most liberating realizations I had in understand the mechanics of better living was learning about the … Continue reading

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Standards for Better Living

Remember how I stated that the most important relationship to address in the quest for better living is the one that you have with yourself? Therefore, it goes to follow that the standards for better living must be YOUR personal … Continue reading

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Don’t Tolerate Anything, part two

Please recall the activities I requested that you do to clean up your past, unresolved issues (the “clean it up” post from August 21.) By completely addressing those issues, your immediate benefit was that you got rid of lugging around … Continue reading

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Don’t Tolerate Anything, part one

Thomas Leonard, the founder of the coach training program “Coach U,” coined the word “tolerations” to describe the little things that occur in life that drain our energy. In putting up with tolerations, we are distracted from more important things. … Continue reading

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Clean it up, completely

Everyone has incomplete projects. Perhaps it is sorting the recycling from last year. Cleaning the storage area. Fixing the bicycle. Submitting the expense report. The question is: is there a reason it is incomplete, (you have a plan with an … Continue reading

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Needs, needs, we’ve all got needs

For reasons that can fill up volume and volumes of books on psychology shelves, human needs are some of the most vexing topics imaginable.  And, another inscrutable topic is the need to pretend that one has no needs!  Huh?  But, … Continue reading

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Make the commitment to Better Living

Perhaps it was seeing the discrepancy between how you spend your time in your actual day versus your ideal day.  Or, maybe you have found that you are upholding a lifestyle that isn’t serving you.  Or the concept of “navigating … Continue reading

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