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Growing up we learn all the “shoulds”, “musts”, and “cannots”. Did you know that during our first 18 years of our lives, we were told “No” or what we could notdo, more than 148,000 times! And only a couple of thousand times what you can do or what you can accomplish in life.

Leding behavioral researches have told us that as much as 75% of everything we think is negative, counterproductive, and works against us. At the same time, medical researches have said that as much as 75% of all illnesses are self-induced…

So how do we “re-program” the way we think? One way is “Self-Talk” and knowing what to say when you talk to yourself. Choose your thoughts. Use your talents, skills and abilities and discover new talents all the time. Take time to listen and communicate. Be patient and understanding. Focus your attention on the things you can control – accept the things you can’t. What you believe about yourself is what you will become – so believe in the best for yourself.

Work on the above positive “self-talk” and give yourself the kind, loving, determined support you would give to your best friend. Harness the power of the ultimate motivator – YOU!

Get the support and help you need to get started on the right track – go to my website for more information.

I conducted a workshop the other day in Connecticut. The topic was getting to know yourself better and the participants worked on answering the question – “If you could do anything now, with the life you have in front of you, what would it be?” by participating in some fun and eye opening self assessment exercises ūüôā

A great evening with 10 enthusiastic women who, for one evening at least, got to focus entirely on themselves and in the process got a glimpse of what a Professional Life Coach can do to help, support, guide and motivate you to reach the goals you set up to achieve! Find out more how you may benefit from using a Life Coach – visit my website

“Sometimes in your life you will go on a journey. It will be the longest journey you have ever taken. It is the journey to find yourself.” – Katherine Sharp

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Lars – Transition & Retirement Coach

Certified Retirement Coach


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