Monthly Archives: November 2013

How to Make Decisions That Are Right for You

Decision-making can be stressful. The stress is worse when you try to make decisions based on what everyone else wants you to do. The best kinds of decisions are the ones that you make that lead you to the happiness and success you deserve!

Input from your family and friends can be vital to helping you make big decisions, but you are the one who has to live with the outcome. Those decisions should be the right decisions for you above all else. But how do you make those decisions? Here are three questions to ask when you’re facing important choices.

Whose Idea Is It?

Consider the source of the ideas on the table. Are they yours, or are they from family and friends? Accepting someone else’s solution without your input may lead to a decision that you’ll regret later. If you aren’t sure what you really want, stop and figure that out before you make the decision.

How To Be Your Own Life Coach

A life coach can bring you many benefits, including putting you on the fast track to success. But have you ever considered the possibility of being your own life coach? Being the one that holds you accountable? Being the one that brings out the best in you?

Yes, the best life coach just may be the one that’s inside you! After all, no one knows you better than you do.

As your own life coach, you can set your life on a different path. You may end up discovering things about yourself that you never knew were there. These discoveries can make you happy and bring you more success and fulfillment than you’ve ever known before.

Your path in coaching yourself may not be the same as that of another coach, but as long as you’re making positive steps forward, you’ll achieve the goals you desire.

Follow these tips for a positive experience in being your own life coach: