9 Questions to Ask Yourself as You Begin the New Year
One of the greatest gifts you can give yourself before starting the New Year is to set aside some for reflection. Reflecting on where you’ve been and where you are going can help you set the stage for your best year ever.
Take 20-30 minutes to reflect on these 8 questions:
1. What are my top three memories of 2017?
2. What are three memories I want to create in 2018?
3. What area in my life worked best in 2017?
The struggle is real. And with the dawn of each new day, our confidence must do battle with the limiting beliefs that echo around in our heads.
If you look at the image above you’ll see an assortment of limiting beliefs I’ve heard in the course of my business coaching and life coaching with clients.
According to Wikipedia, a Belief is the state of mind in which a person thinks something to be the case, with or without there being empirical evidence to prove that something is the case with factual certainty.
Our beliefs can either be empowering or disempowering. And over time, because our actions or inactions follow our beliefs, they will create our reality.
So if the battlefield is our minds, what strategy can we use to silence our limiting beliefs, gain confidence, and achieve more in life and in business?
Personal Development Coaching can help you pursue your purpose. This style of personal growth coaching creates an environment where you can explore and assess their current strengths and weaknesses in order to initiate positive change which can improve your overall quality of life.
The primary objective in personal development coaching is to instill empowering beliefs builds confidence and equips you for sustainable and lasting improvement.
Meet Richard (not his real name), a guy who seems to be living the dream. He has done well in his career, his marriage has a solid footing, his kids do well in school and are active in sports. He lives in a nice neighborhood, attends church on a pretty regular basis, and wishes he had more time to be at the lake or on the golf course.