Sometimes in life we can experience times when we might feel that we lack direction, purpose of meaning in our day to day life. We can feel as though we are just “going through the motions” without a real sense of where we are heading or why.
Without a good sense of what we are working towards and why, it can be difficult to achieve our goals and ambitions. We may even notice changes in our mood, energy levels, or mindset. These times can be challenging to navigate through, and this is where life coaching can help.
Life coaches are experts in helping people identify what is important to us, what goals we have, and how to move forward in a way that best fits with these goals. Life coaching can result in greater feelings of clarity, accomplishment, fulfilment, motivation, control, and life enjoyment.
Counselling offers psychological support and understanding for managing and dealing with difficult emotional and mental situations or life events.
Life coaching is different. It offers clarification and identification of our goals, as well as strategic guidance and motivation towards achieving them. Life coaches take an active role in our lives, they guide and support us each step of the way.
Psychologists are trained professionals in helping people make positive changes in their lives. Whether those changes be physical, emotional, work related or otherwise, our life coaches can help you make the changes you need to reach your goals. They can help us identify potential road blocks to change, and work with us to put in place strategies that will enable us to move past these road blocks and towards our goals.
Many people are not sure about what they actually want to achieve but they know they are not happy as they are. Life coaching will help you identify what your aspirations are, no matter how big or small. Your coach will help you discover what is important, and what you want to achieve in the next month, 6 months, year, or even 10 years.
"God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change, the courage to change the things I can, and the wisdom to know the difference."
—Serenity Prayer of Reinhold Niebuhr