Daily Archives: October 3, 2010

stuck in a rut

Is your life careening out of control to a destination that you are unaware of?   For many people life is out of control.   There is too little time to do what is important and what isn’t important takes far too much time.   For others the journey of life just shows up, there is no rhyme or reason to the day, it just is.   Some people ache for control, direction and a destination and claw for it every moment.   Are you clawing your way to a better life?  

Top performers want to make a difference and they are willing to make the necessary changes so that they can get the most out of life.   Whether it is building a better relationship, finding the right career or optimizing their day, top performers want to do better.   Top performers aren’t willing to be victims to the circumstances that show up in their lives,  they want to take charge and direct their life rather than having life direct them.   What is your life like?  What do you want your life to be like?

Coaching, life coaching, career coaching, and transition coaching is a fairly new industry that has as a primary objective of working with people who want to move forward in life and business to a new level of performance, satisfaction, personal happiness, fulfillment and results.  For many years coaching was reserved for top CEO’s and those willing to pay thousands of dollars per hour for a coach.    Now coaching is affordable and practical for a much larger audience.

Therapy and counseling were the mechanisms available to many people in the past and in too many cases the client never achieved the results they desired.   Coaching focuses in on the future,a future that can be,  with work and accountability.   For most people changing a few habits will result in remarkable results, better time management, work/life optimization and greater satisfaction.  What have you wanted to change for the better and haven’t been able to achieve?


“Habit is necessary; it is the habit of having habits, of turning a trail into a rut, that must be incessantly fought against if one is to remain alive.”

~ Edith Wharton