In honor of “Back to the Future” day.
Imagine taking a journey into the future and watching two films. The first movie is your life as it was, and the second film is a cinematic depiction of your life as it could have been. The gap between these two images is an excellent barometer of your satisfaction with your life.
If you notice significant differences between your two movies, you may want to invest in coaching. Coaching is a fun, simple and productive journey that can help you harmonize your two movie versions. Identify your starting point If you want to go on a trip, it is a good idea to know your point of departure. For example, you may want to focus on one specific aspect of your life, such as changing professions or improving your health. Choose an element of your life that is under your control and that you can initiate and maintain. For instance, you can’t necessarily make people like you, but you can certainly take steps to make yourself more likable. Once you know your starting point, you can continue on the next leg of the journey. Choose your destination The next step is deciding where you want to go.
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Coaching activities include assessment, goal-setting, brain storming, action planning, training, advice giving, encouragement, confrontation, analysis of personality dynamics, guided practice, appreciative inquiry, creative problem-solving and role playing, to name a few but by no means all.
I would be delighted to coach you “back to the future.”