Part one of this two part life coaching series discussed how procrastination and perfection can hold you back from living a fulfilling life. Below are some additional habits to break when you feel unfulfilled.
Put self-doubt to rest
Self-doubt is not only unhealthy, but it can take over and control your life. As a psychology expert, I have dealt with many clients who have allowed self-doubt to destroy their relationships and/or careers. While it is natural for everyone to experience fear and doubt at times, continual self-doubt is destructive. You would be surprised at what you can do when you put self-doubt to rest and step outside your comfort zone.
Set time aside for yourself each day
As a life coach and psychologist, I often see clients who spend much time taking care of others but allow no time for themselves. This not only leads to discontent, but often results in severe burnout. The best way you can take care of others is to first take care of yourself. You will feel much more fulfilled if you set aside some time each day to do something you like to do, such as read a book, go to the park, watch a television show or even take a bubble bath.
When it comes to life coaching, experience does matter. I often refer to my experience as a psychological expert when working with my life coach clients. If you are seeking a qualified life coach, check the background of those you are considering. Some life coaching professionals have no formal training. A psychological expert, on the other hand, goes through intense schooling and can draw on their experience as a psychologist. If you are seeking qualified life coaching, I welcome the opportunity to work with you.