One of the hardest things for me to accept is that I create my own outcomes, whether I like them or not, my failures as well as my successes. As a child of divorce I swore that when I got married it would be for life, yet I've been married and divorced twice. I wish it were different, but that is the reality I must accept about my life, and since I made my relationship choices, I can't blame my exes, my mother, father, or anyone else for my outcomes. FATE AND DESTINY
What is a "Coach?" The International Coach Federation (ICF) has defined professional coaching as follows: "Coaching is partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. Coaching honors the client as the expert in his/her life and work and believes that every client is creative, resourceful, and whole." The Client-Coach Partnership
The best remedy for unemployment is- Self Employment! Here are some tips for getting started. Unemployment sucks. More people are losing jobs every day, and those that still have jobs worry about losing them. Families are suffering, homes are being foreclosed, fear is rampant. What can we do about this? The best remedy for unemployment just might be Self Employment! FACT- 15.4 million are unemployed in the US, 10% of working adults. 135,000 jobs are lost each month (average) (Source- U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics)
To get what you really want, you must say "No" to what you don't want. Simple, but not easy. I've settled for less than I really wanted many times in my life, and each time my awareness of just how much of myself I gave up to accept that "OK" job, buy that "OK" car, enter that "OK" relationship that was less than I really wanted came much later, when it was too late to do much about it.
Believe it or not, finding your perfect mate is completely possible. But if you don't believe this, stop reading here, because the most important principle for success in anything is "What you believe you can achieve." Here are the precise five steps you can take to find your perfect mate: Step One: Allow yourself to be single
Beloved, you are the love of my life and I'm grateful for each day with you. Our relationship is the most important part of my life and I am committed to being together forever. Though we are surrounded by cynicism and challenges, I resolve to love you and be with you for the rest of my life. Through our relationship we will nurture each other and make the world a more loving and positive place for ourselves, our family, and everyone we share this planet with. Five Promises to My Beloved
Every so often I have rough moments or days and I lie to myself, telling myself that I’m happy. But in those moments, I’m not. I don’t want to lie to myself, I do it automatically because I feel like I should be happy ALL THE TIME, given I have a clear life purpose, an incredible business, and an inspiring fiance. (It doesn’t really matter why I have those rough times, but mostly it’s because uncertainty, fear or doubt creep up on me and tackle me for a bit, before I can kick ‘em to the curb.)
I believe that disconnect from the wild magic of the natural things around us creates Dis-Connect in the heart, which leads to all kinds of trouble when it comes to finding love. We are each born "knowing" amazing things about joy and about the deep relationships we innately share with all other people and things. We come into this life with gifts that only we possess that we are here to express into our world, with gifts that are a match to someone out there who is a soulmate.
I overheard a conversation a couple of days ago in a men’s clothing store, between three guys. I will fully admit that the topic of conversation caught my attention and I intentionally eves dropped. I probably would have taken my mini-notepad out and started taking notes if that hadn’t been too obvious.
Pssst. I have a secret. This little nugget of insight just might force a whole paradigm shift in how you view your relationship. It just might change everything - for the better. The arguments you have with your partner aren't really about what you think they are. Really.