Evaluate your life:-
People frequently describe their lives
as being good or bad, happy or unhappy. These broad generalisations
provide little insight into one’s quality of life.
Furthermore they encourage the use of simple
negative self statements. The focus of life coaching is to:-
- acknowledging achievement as a means of establishing
self esteem and a more realistic self evaluation;
- identifying motivational keys which have been useful
in the past and can be used again;
- identifying potential areas of change.
your habit of thinking.
The focus on pre-existing achievement
also represents the first step towards changing your habit of thinking.
Too often people say to themselves I can’t do it instead of
how will I do it.
The first is negative and passive the latter a positive and active
habit of thought. People often point to others and describe them
as being “lucky”, “always in the right place at
the right time”.
The reality is people with so called “luck” are always
on the lookout for opportunity and use opportunities when they present
themselves. They create their success, and this is the focus of
To assist people in evaluating life I ask them to attempt to divide
their lives into three basic areas, those of:-
- independent lifestyle;
- relationships and family;