Change can be daunting, or scary even, but it is also a necessary part of life - whether we like it or not. From the moment we are born we change both physically and mentally, the people around us change and the world around us is constantly changing.
We have to learn to deal with that - some of us even embrace it.
But that takes confidence and self belief. Negative thoughts and uncertainty can cause you to undervalue yourself; those around you can diminish your self-esteem still further. Rebuilding your self-belief and the image you have of yourself are the first steps to robust self-worth and inner confidence.
Our ability to manage change is what defines us - those who fear and shy away from change can become anxious, defensive, depressed and feel their lives are out of their control.
By contrast, those who have the coping mechanisms and support in place to conquer any fears they might have, and actively seek to make changes of their own, create a future of their own design.
Sometimes being able to see something differently can change how we think and feel about that situation or event. This new interpretation and sense of meaning will influence how you respond and change the actions you take.
Most people set goals – whether it’s things to do today, your target weight or when you’ll make your first million. However, if you are not getting through your list, failing to hit your target weight and can’t even find the job you want, maybe you are setting the wrong goals?
The skills, support and encouragement of a life coach can help you set realistic targets and achieve goals you never thought possible.
Not only will a life coach make a significant difference to your success, but also the speed at which you achieve it.
Let NuMe3D be your springboard to success.
Life coaching aims to help you better understand why you think, feel and behave the way you do and help you change things, if that’s what you want. Sometimes, simply having the time and space to talk freely and confidentially is all that you need to clarify things and put them in perspective.
Life Coaching is classed as one of the talking therapies – along with counselling and psychotherapy. Although there is significant overlap amongst the talking therapies and many of the same techniques are used, they differ most of all in their focus and outcomes. Counselling focusses on your negative thoughts and feelings, aiming to help you resolve or manage these so they are less of a problem; psychotherapy tackles more fundamental emotional and/or mental health issues with a view to finding solutions. Life coaching focuses on the goals you want to achieve (whether or not you already know what they are) and how best to get there given your current set of circumstances.
A life coach will focus on:
* the here and now, looking toward your future, rather than your past;
* goals and what you want to achieve, rather than difficulties;
* solutions rather than problems.
Rest assured that life coaching is completely confidential and non-judgemental. You only make the changes you want to, and are ready to make - no-one is going to force you.
While a life coach might offer suggestions, new ideas or potential action plans, they do not give advice. Their function is to listen to what you have to say, ask the right questions and help you find your own answers. Each person is different and the coach wants you to be able to align your life with who you are and what you want – not simply blindly follow advice which may be wrong for you.
Although your coach will help you deal with problems along the way, the
focus will be on finding new ways of acting and thinking that will help
you reach your goal. Significant problems (e.g. PTSD, eating disorders, clinical depression, etc) are likely beyond the realm of expertise of most life coaches. They should refer you to an expert or insist you get the necessary help before continuing with ANY coaching.
A life coach is someone you consult about strategies and goals, However, they are life specialists not niche specialists: they may benefit your performance in business or athletics, for example, but they are helping you reach your goals, not giving you expert information on how to increase profits or shave seconds off your time.
Your life coach is not your friend, even though they might seem like it at times because they are encouraging, inspiring and fully invested in helping you achieve your goals. This does not make them a friend nor does it replace the importance of having friends. Your life coach should be demanding and, when necessary, tough on you - this is a goal focused relationship and when you succeed, they succeed.
A life coach is not:
* an advisor
* an expert in everything
* your best friend
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