October 13, 2010
It has been a while since my last post and I apologize for that. Things have certainly been moving at a fast pace for me lately but I will do my best to make sure I keep my loyal fans happy. On to the task at hand…
It seems that sometimes we’re conflicted about important decisions we must make in our lives. Sometimes the choices are clear and sometimes we can go back and forth from one to another. While certain decisions demand more time to think than others it is important to always remember that the answers often lay right in front of us. That is why coaching is such a valuable asset to have in your life. A coach can help you clear up some of the difficult situations we all face from time to time by reflecting what is being said during the session. This is a method also used by therapists, and psychologists as well. However, any good coach or therapist for that matter, will tell you that the best psychologist and or coach lies within you. Let me explain. Sometimes we tell others of our dilemmas and or problems hoping they can offer us a solution. While this can certainly be helpful in laying out all the issues, it is important to remember to trust your intuition or your gut feeling. We’ve all had that feeling from time to time where we just know what the “right” decision is, even when it’s not necessarily what we want at that particular time.
You already know more than you think, and you may not be giving yourself enough credit for it. Remember that no one knows you better than you know yourself.
If you are struggling to find meaning and are looking to create a lasting impact in your life, I would recommend hiring a coach. Not because I happen to be a certified coach, but because I know from personal experience that it works and really does have a lasting impact if you’re ready to accept it.
Make it a great Wednesday,
Gabriel Lorie, Certified Performance Coach email@example.com
P.P.S. If you any questions about coaching and how it can help you, feel free to send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org and I will be more than happy to answer them for you.