Do You Consistently Achieve Your Most Important Goals?
Many people don’t.
As Thoreau said, “The mass of [us] lead lives of quiet desperation.”
We settle for less than we truly want. We try to “fix” our lives with therapy and counselling. We distract ourselves on-line, with TV, and mild to major substance abuse.We fear there is something lacking or wrong in us. Maybe “bad chemicals?”
I was scared, on the edge of despair, when I started coaching. Therapy had helped. But it never lasted. After 6 months with you, I feel energized, and confident. I love that I have a framework for creating results that last. And the skills to make it happen.L.D. Trainor, Writer, Toronto, ON
Of course, not all clients come to coaching feeling desperate.
But most do lack a clear action plan. They haphazardly react and respond to problems, issues and circumstances. Results are tentative, and, often, short-lived.
Others have too many irons in the fire at once. Still others are stuck, stalled and drifting, not sure where to go, or what to do.
All fail to consistently create results that truly, deeply matter.
A key insight is that most people do not fail for lack of ideas, skills, will or resources. They fail because they lack a tried-and-true organizing framework in which to arrange skill, will and resources into actions that consistently lead to results.
Most clients find that mastering Life Design enables them to
- Clarify and create what truly matters to them
- Simplify life and work, and increase the richness of both
- Increase their freedom to do what they’d truly love to do
- Feel confident and competent to deal with whatever life gives them
- Live rich, fulfilling lives, free from fear and doubt about their future.
I’m so happy you’re my personal coach.F. Armendaris, PH.D,Stanton, CA
Working with you is like going to the beach and breathing fresh air.
I offer basic and follow-up Life Design Coaching programs. All are customized for each client, and guided by the Life Design Framework.
I also offer Emotional Mastery Coaching for those who are stuck, down, depressed or anxious. Or just feeling “blah…”.