Events & Group Coaching
Yes, I do group coaching as well as individual and corporate coaching. Here is some upcoming awesomeness that you can be a part of. I’m also available to do a personalized group coaching for you and your friends based on your particular needs.
That dreaded fear. It holds us back from trying new things. It stops us from doing things. It's debilitating. FEAR - of failure. What if I fail and it doesn't work out? FEAR - of success. What if I succeed and I don't know what to do? FEAR - of the unknown. For me, that's the scariest of them all. The unknown? What? Who wants to deal with not feeling secure in our choices? That sucks.
Have you ever said this?
"I feel out of control."
"Why am I doing this?"
"What is going on?"
"It's like I can't stop."
"Why do I sabotage myself like this?"
"I gotta get my shit together."
We have all had this feeling of being out of control. We feel like we can't stop. Or maybe that we don't know how to start. It's frustrating. It's annoying. You are not alone.
We all have disagreements with others. It’s part of life. We can’t all like the same thing or be into the same thing. There is a part of us that think that our way is the only way. Or if someone doesn’t agree with us then clearly it’s their problem. We also spend more time trying to convince someone and what we end up doing is pushing them farther away. We don’t stop to listen to what they have to say. We are so busy justifying or rationalizing our point of view that we don’t recognize that the other person is valid in how they feel. And it’s also ok to have two different points of views. Crazy concept, I know. ;)
Is there something you are doing that is sabotaging you? Unhealthy habit? Negative self-talk? When we self-sabotage, it's like we don't believe that we deserve awesomeness. Or maybe that we deserve the negativity. Or sometimes it's the Impostor Syndrome where we think, "Who am I? There is someone that is better or smarter or more qualified, etc. so why even try." We close that door before we even attempt to see what's behind it. We think about 25 steps ahead instead of dealing with right now. We can't think about Step 25 if we haven't dealt with Step 1.
Are you putting things off? Saying that you'll do it "someday" or "as soon as..."? Especially this time of year, it's quite common. It's the end of year. It's cold and it gets dark early. The holidays are upon us and "we just don't have the time." This is what I hear a lot. Not having the time is a common phrase I hear ALL THE TIME. We all have the same 24 hours in a day. EVERYONE! It's not that we don't have the time. We are choosing to not make the time. Big difference. The original statement makes it seem like it's out of our control. The second statement is about ownership and how WE are the ones that create our time. Sometimes it's about starting with 5 minutes. Five minutes is better than no minutes.