We are drowning in a sea of overwhelm. Burdened by our massive to-do lists and stifled by the requisite needs of familial, career and business obligations, it’s quite easy to see why we tend to veer off track. And with each passing day, it seems like we get further and further away from our goals rather than closer and closer to them.Read More
If you, like most red-blooded Millennials, spend the majority of your time online, then you’ve probably stumbled upon the Internet’s collective obsession with “self-care.” Basically, the concept of self-care refers to making time to take care of yourself without feeling guilty. Methods can range widely, and activities like yoga, reading, or taking a relaxing bath all fit the bill.Read More
Every woman loves a list – nothing surprising about that. But I’m not talking about any old list, I’m talking about the upgraded version: the high-performance life management system. In other words, lists that streamline your day and turn your productivity into a true art form.Read More
In the first of a new series, Nikki Armytage explains how coaching tools can help you achieve your goals.
People turn to life coaching because they are unclear about the direction their life is going in, they feel there is something missing. It’s my job as a coach to help them work out what that something is, and how they can find it. All coaches have a series of tools at their disposal to help them do this, over the next few articles I’m going to be sharing some of these for you to use.Read More
You’re ready to lose some weight. You probably realise that losing weight successfully means clearing countless mental and physical hurdles. And that means there are endless ways to trip up before reaching your goals—likely without even realising it. With all the contradictory weight loss advice out there, it’s no wonder.Read More
One of the tools I use with my clients is the Letter, When you’re gone. This is the letter you would write to your loved ones/significant people in your life as your final goodbye. For Goal setting purposes, I like to use this for clients to write about the life that they are dreaming of. I encourage them to take in all the sights, sounds and smells around them and write them down.
It can feel impossible to move toward your dreams. You know exactly what you want to do, but there are endless obstacles in your way.
There is so much competition – thousands or millions of people competing to do exactly what you want to do.
How do you get out of the rat race?Read More