Life coaching will help you set goals and follow through to achieve them. You can also learn to be comfortable in your own skin and body and accept yourself here and now.
We will work together on saying NO when necessary and setting boundaries that are healthy for you.
Set goals and follow through to achieve them.
Setting goals is a process that can be broken down into four steps:
- Setting the right goals – set realistic, attainable, specific, measurable, and time-bound goals. Goals must also be balanced between your personal and professional life; they need to be healthy and meaningful to you personally and professionally.
- Staying motivated when things get difficult or boring – if you find yourself struggling with motivation when it comes to achieving a goal, then think about how far you have come already so far in this process of setting your goal and how much closer you are now compared to where you started out at the beginning!
- I use a system called AIM SMART when goal setting for my clients. It’s easy, effective, and works every time!
Become comfortable in your own skin and body, and accept yourself right here and now.
Acceptance is not the same thing as approval or resignation. It’s not about turning a blind eye to things that need to be changed; it’s about saying “this is me” in all my glorious imperfection and realizing that I am enough despite those very things.
Learn how to say NO to others and set boundaries that are healthy for you.
You’ve probably heard of the importance of setting boundaries before. You may even have a general idea about how to go about doing it. But how do you say no to others when they ask you for something? How do you set strict rules for yourself that are healthy and sustainable? And what if your inner critic starts making demands, like “you can’t leave the house without makeup,” or “you need at least three hours of sleep, or else everything will be ruined.”
One way is by learning how to identify your needs (and wants), what they really are, and then focusing on them while communicating them in a clear, direct way to others.
Improve your self-esteem, so you stop comparing yourself to others.
Comparing yourself to others is a waste of time. It’s not going to make you feel better about yourself, and it will likely make you feel worse. The only person that can truly know how valuable you are is YOU!
If someone else has something that you want, be happy for them! If they have something that makes THEM happy, then great! But if they don’t have what YOU want or need in your life, then focus on making yourself happy instead.
Recognize the strengths that make you unique, special, and talented.
- Be honest with yourself. It’s very easy to get caught up in what other people are doing or saying and let it define your worth. Focus on the positive, and don’t forget about all of the amazing things you have accomplished in your life so far.
- Don’t compare yourself to others or let them influence how you feel about yourself too much (even if they are friends). Everyone has different strengths and weaknesses; we cannot be perfect at everything! Try focusing on what sets YOU apart from others instead of comparing yourself with them all of the time – this will help build confidence as well as increase self-esteem over time because there will be less negative self-talk coming from within instead of outside sources telling us who we should strive towards being like rather than focusing on ourselves individually first before anyone else does so appropriately later on down the line when needed most during those difficult moments where doubts start creeping back into our minds again after having been beaten back into submission by previous successes which then allowed us more opportunity for improvement moving forward towards reaching goals without losing track along way due to lack mental clarity caused by unnecessary stress brought upon oneself by trying too hard too quickly without proper preparation beforehand while also preparing adequately enough afterwards once success has already occurred thanksgiving day sales online shopping deals black Friday deals cyber Monday coupons etcetera.
Remove self-doubt, so you don’t keep procrastinating on a goal or task you need to accomplish.
One of the most common issues I see in my coaching practice is self-doubt. Self-doubt can paralyze and keep you in a cycle of procrastination and self-criticism. It can cause you to avoid taking on new challenges, which means your work will never reach its full potential.
Self-doubt is often a result of self-criticism, so it’s important to learn how to stop being so hard on yourself! A great way to start tackling this problem is by practicing self-compassion instead of beating yourself up all the time.