Do you find yourself in a place in life where you get lost in negative and repetitive thoughts? Do feelings of fear, doubt, worry or regret at times seem to hem you in? Has a personal hardship or loss or an unexpected change in health, relationship or a career been the source of troubling thoughts and feelings for you? If so, a Mindset Coaching relationship can be a great help in times such as these.
I read recently that most of us have over 70,000 thoughts each day, and if left to the natural inertia of life, our thoughts (and feelings) can tend to drift towards being repetitive, negatively reinforcing and therefore, less than constructive. I know for myself, this is never more true than when things go wrong. And, things can go wrong quite often in life, can’t they?
I believe our mindset - how we think and feel in life - is one of the most creative and powerful tools we possess. I also believe that personal hardship or loss, or unexpected and unwelcome change can strongly impact our mindset. The Intensity of a challenge or a crisis can make it very difficult to see how our thoughts and feelings can either help us through or greatly hinder our forward progress. I’d like to help.
As a Mindset Coach, I’d like to help you look at your thoughts and feelings. I’d like to help you through what’s changed and caused a challenge or crisis in your life. As a guide and a support, I want to work with you to connect you with your deeper truth, to discover new choice and to create the positive outcomes you desire. All of this can be done by looking at our thoughts and feelings.
To see if a Mindset Coaching relationship with me is right for you, please feel free to listen to the podcast from my “Home” tab. More information about my approach to coaching can be found in the “Private Coaching” tab. You may also listen in to my “Ed Talks” to learn what led me to want to help others in this way.
These days, you’ll most likely find me sitting along the long edges or quiet corners of a local cafe or coffee shop. Laptop open, I’ll be writing a new chapter for my book or a short blog for any interested readers. Sporting a t-shirt, shorts and flip-flops, I deeply appreciate every day I don’t have to “suit up” and hit the road. Life beyond the office, beyond the demand of the corporation, working with new words and clients, is truly sweet. I’m having more fun than ever!