Life Coaching’s Greatest Lessons

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A life with a definite direction is the most ideal to live. Challenges may come and go, but a person with a goal and path to take will be steady in achieving it. However, in spite of having a clear agenda on what to do in life, sometimes there are instances where a person simply can’t avoid being at his lowest.

During these trying times, even the best of the best, the greatest CEOs and Presidents, also undergo such decline. When this happens, most people turn to their families and friends, while others turn to life coaches. Most sports teams have their coaches who lead them to victory and individual and group development. Life coaches do the same for their clients only that they focus on how to improve all aspects of a person’s life.

Life coaches are not like the usual therapists, counselors, and advisers who talk about a person’s problem and who give ready solutions. These coaches offer more to their clients while learning from them too.

One of the most substantial lessons an executive life coaching session can impart to the client is the importance of defining one’s own success. Usually, people define triumph by comparing themselves with others or counting what others have instead of what they have and what they want to achieve.  Whether a person is a student, a professional, or an achiever, it is important to know and define what to achieve. Again, knowing where and when to finish the race is the best guide to a sound life.

Subsequently, once a person successfully defines where he’s going, it is important to keep going, to keep chasing that goal. An executive life coach will be all the way through with the client until he achieves his objective. Remember that Thomas Edison failed a thousand times before he finally invented the light bulb. He perfectly described success when he said that most of life’s failures happen when people give up because of numerous letdowns or when they’re too close to succeeding.

Lastly, most executive life coaching sessions discuss that mistakes are fine as long as they’re not repeated. Mistakes are inevitable though people wish, pray, and try to make everything perfect the first time around. Mistakes make people more in touch with their humanity. Errors are good because these add to a person’s experience, so he’ll know where to begin and what to avoid next time a similar scenario happens. Making mistakes develops and enhances a person’s sense of being and decision-making skills. What is important is that a person tries to make it seamless, to make it close to perfection.

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This article was published on 2011/11/03