Before you know it, a whole year has passed us by. Time to look back at what we’ve done, what we missed, what we did well and what we could have done better. In that spirit, these are the best of Life Coaches Blog 2007.
People create all their barriers for themselves. Itâ€™s really such a foolish thing to do. We create our own obstacles and lose our own way in the search for truth. So it represents no barrier for me now. All that itâ€™s necessary to do when one faces a barrier is just keep walking, paying it no attention. Just keep going, keep walking, and the obstacles disappear! In my case, when I appear to be in trouble and I think I wonâ€™t make it, I just keep walking. And so it continues, even today.
After reading this article, you might recognize someone you know, or times in the past youâ€™ve had moments of self-sabotage. Realize that even those times are now over, and you are bigger than thoughts and reactions you might once have had.
Does your self-esteem feel more like a beat-up truck or a finely-tuned Ferrari?
I received an email not too long ago from someone I hadnâ€™t seen in a long time, and it disturbed me.
Slightly more than 10 years ago, I first read about NLP from Anthony Robbinsâ€™ book Unlimited Power. It opened up my eyes to an exciting new world of powerful skills I never thought could be possible, and in that same year I took my first NLP Practitioner training.
I then took those amazing new skills andâ€¦did nothing about them.
If you see a lot of posts about communication at Life Coaches Blog, itâ€™s not because Iâ€™m good at it, but because I was a real social nerd (some of my friends will say Iâ€™m still one :p).
Her reading of â€˜On The Pulse Of Morningâ€™ is profound, beautiful and inspirational all at the same time.
1) Believe in people.
See them better than they see themselves.
This is the post thatâ€™s been forming the last couple of weeks and kept me debating myself whether or not to write it. In the end, it took one of my best friends to tell me to do what I felt was right, and for me to tell myself to do what feels honest.
More and more I am coming to realize that there can be no real leadership unless there is self-leadership, and that self-leadership can be one of the hardest and loneliness things to do, which is probably why so few people do it.