You have great intentions, but you need help with follow through. And for this, life coaching helps, in three important and tangible ways. Ready to get better at follow through? Here’s how.
First, life coaching helps with accountability.
Because your main problem is not that you lack creativity or intelligence. In fact, it’s quite the opposite. Because you have more than enough great ideas, and you’re smart enough to carry out any number of the options. And this is where your real Achilles heel gets the best of you. Because you’re smart and capable, you’re also a bit lazy. You’ve learned how to skate through. So your real problem is being accountable to your own good intentions. And this is one way that life coaching helps. Your coach won’t let you off the hook.
Second, life coaching helps with identity.
Because underneath your lack of accountability and follow through is a certain kind of confidence that you probably don’t want. Which is this: you are confident about your lack of follow through. In fact, you’re pretty convinced that nothing is really going to get you over the top. And to actually do what you say you’re going to do. Because you’ve tried several times before, and you haven’t actually followed through on your own best intentions and ideas. And here is a second way that life coaching helps: when you work with a coach, you will begin to see yourself in a new light. Instead of being the guy for whom a big part of your identity is being stuck, you will begin to see yourself as a man who can and does actually follow through and make it to the other side.
Want to see how life coaching might help you?
The third way life coaching helps is that unlike Youtube videos, a life coach is a real human being whose job it is to make sure you follow through. Someone who walks beside you every step of the way to make sure you plan your work and work your plan. So if you have been thinking about (and often overthinking about) making some essential life changes, why not give life coaching a shot? The first session is free, and there’s no pressure to commit until you’ve had a chance to ask your questions and satisfy your curiosity as to whether or not you have a fit for life coaching.
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You have several options for your next step. You could read more about this topic. Or you could contact me and describe what you're going through. And I'll be in touch with suggestions. Or you can book a free session to make a time to get together and talk it over by phone. Either way, I'm here to help you focus, overcome resistance, and get moving again.