Motivational Articles written by our Life Coaches

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In my practice, I find that there are common theories as to why clients aren't achieving their true goals. These huge obstacles can make someone feel like they're stuck in one place and unable to advance.

As 'they' say, the first step is to admit there's a problem!

If you can identify with any of these usual suspects, then congratulations - you've taken your first step toward overcoming them!

Fear of Failure
Many of us stop ourselves from trying new things because...

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Have you ever heard yogis or meditators talk about focusing on the breath? Have you ever looked at them and thought, “they have got to be kidding me?” If you have, you are definitely not alone. While some of us have been exposed to enough eastern or alternative philosophies to understand how the practice works, others of us are not too tuned in. Even some people who are well versed in it think it’s bull, so I want to present a different take on the whole idea.

I don’t want you to...

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Many people struggle with making decisions. It could be something significant in your career or relationship or it could be a choice between two options at a restaurant. But decisions don’t have to be painful. Nor do they have to be a long drawn-out process that requires oodles if information and then more information and then even more information. In fact, you can learn how to become a powerful decision maker right now.

A word of warning: it’ll take some practice, honesty, and...

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Our lives can get a bit complicated when trying to balance relationships and work. Many relationships will obstruct our career goals. I’ve learned the hard way that it’s easy to get blinded by your love for someone else and lose focus on your goals, and in turn this can affect your relationship as well. Whether you are in a relationship or still searching, it is necessary to balance your work and your love-life in a way that they can both benefit each other. Here are some points to focus on...

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We have many thoughts during the day. What do you do with them?
Thoughts are divided to Positive and Negative.
All books, articles are telling you do not think negative be positive.
Positive thoughts will fill you with a joy and happiness and you will have a perfect time. But if you are occupied with negative thoughts – they are particularly draining. Thoughts with some words such as : “never”, “I can not do it”, “I’m not good enough”, will bring you down. Will ruined your...

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• With some effort, you can change overnight.
• It is lifestyle, skill & art creation.
• Do not close your eyes when life is difficult.
• Choose to face it, to break old habits that do not serve you anymore.
• Set yourself free from negative influences that stop you from making deliberate choices.
• Find time for yourself.
• Reflect and think what you want.
• Focus on important things in your life.
• Eliminate distractions.
• Turn off...

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Even before I became a coach, I was a major advocate of transformation. I never believed that any of us were cut out to be one thing - or do one thing only – for our whole lives.

When I was a kid, I believed my transformation would be in the form of education. While I craved a steady job, I felt like continuous learning would satisfy my craving for self-growth.

But nowadays, transformation is inevitable for many, whether it’s sought after or not.

An unsteady job market,...

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Stay on schedule
Don’t let holiday demands throw you off! Pick and choose your social and family obligations so you can maintain a normal schedule as much as possible. This includes getting 8-hours of sleep, avoiding excessive alcohol, maintaining a healthy diet, getting proper daily exercise, staying within your budget and more. The holidays may not be the ideal time to go on a diet or start a new workout regimen – but at the very least – preserve your own sense of “normal” in your...

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Whenever you hear that little voice in your head – do you notice if it’s a positive voice cheering you on? Or is it a mean one that's tearing you down?

For many of us, our default thoughts are harsh, particularly with ourselves.

We may each have our own personal reasons for being hard on ourselves. For me, I believed that being my own toughest critic would serve two purposes: 1) I had a chance to prepare myself for others’ criticism so it wouldn’t hurt as much; and 2) I could...

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Are you learning something new everyday? Yes you are! Whether you're aware of it or not, we are learning what to do and what not to do every day to help make our lives easier, happier and more satisfying.

But what about actively pursuing more information that will advance your efforts and propel you to success? There are many ways to obtain more knowledge, but how can you retain it with ease? Here are my top tips:

1. Meditate
A regular practice boosts concentration and...