We’ve been outlining some stress busters life coaches recommend to their clients. Our previous article discussed the importance of taking each day as it comes. We also covered the pitfalls of being a perfectionist and how taking time to stop and breathe can help you relax and refocus. This article offers three more life coaching stress busting strategies for you to incorporate into your day:
Do what you love to do
Life is too short to do things you do not enjoy. Not only does it steal precious time, but it also adversely affects your overall outlook and demeanor. Seek out the things that make you smile. Pursue a career that makes you happy. Find friends who you can laugh with. A good life coach can help you identify areas in both your personal and professional life that make you unhappy and then work with you to develop a plan of change.
A cluttered home or office space can cause stress and anxiety. Set dedicated time aside on a regular basis to organize your work and living spaces. If you haven’t used something in a year, chances are you don’t need it. And, do you really need all those papers sitting on your desk? A good life coach can help you develop an easy to follow de-clutter strategy.
Stop trying to please everyone
It is impossible to please everyone. Part of life coaching is helping you embrace your strengths while accepting your imperfections. At the end of the day, you need stop trying to make everyone else happy and strive to make yourself happy.
If you are looking for a life coach who is also a psychology expert, then give Dr. Susan Pazak a call. She draws on her experience as a psychologist, couples counselor, marriage counselor, and addictions counselor when working with you as your life coach. After all, when it comes to effective life coaching, experience does matter!
“Happiness is not a goal it is a by-product”