Every day as you engage with yourself and others in your business life, are you aware of just how much your personal life entwines with everything you’re doing? Even when we try to keep our personal life and our business life separate, they converge at many points in the day. That’s why Life Coaching and Business Coaching are on the rise. Both bring tremendous results-and Life Coaching leads naturally to Business Coaching.
Most of us tend to separate our life into compartments, even though we know that this doesn’t really work. Ask yourself, “What would life be like if I just gave in to the connection between my personal life and my business life? I’m caught in the middle anyway. Why fight it?” When I pose this question to my clients, I see them take a deep breath … and relax.
Imagine your life as a nucleus of life centres, each one connected to the other, all revolving in sync. It’s easy to keep everything in balance when every centre is working as it should. But when one of those centres-your personal life, your business life, your romantic life-goes off kilter, then life itself can lose its equilibrium.
A Life Coach gives no advice. It’s about suggesting ways to change your thinking patterns and move out of your comfort zone. It’s about reconnecting with your inner voice. How do you do that? First, by updating your view of yourself and assessing your values. What are your current circumstances? How do your values fit with those circumstances-or do they fit at all? Through reflection and practice, your inner voice will become clear and you will feel at one with yourself.
Do you want to reap the benefits-the ripple effect-of putting your personal life and your business life back on track? Then check out the Life Coach and Business Coach that’s best for you-and start down the road to a better life.