What could a LIFE COACH do to help me?…?

I’m screwed up and need help with my education goals, my physical health and my personal life…
I’m in my 30’s – I’m too old to not have my ducks in rows.

I knew a girl who had a life coach and she found it extremely rewarding!
I remember her saying that her coach really helped her utilize her time and become a more organized person. She mentioned that they did a lot of cool projects that helped her eliminate clutter from her life, and helped her focus more on what she wanted to do instead of wasting energy.
I’d make sure you were getting someone who was suited to your own needs though. Some of them can be a bit flighty from what I understand.

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7 Responses to What could a LIFE COACH do to help me?…?

  1. lilgrl says:

    You NEED a friend. I am here.References :

  2. My cherii Amorr says:

    ur just young and confused happins to everyone…u need to remeber u dont have the worst life in the world because theres always someoone out there who has it worse than u …sad but truReferences :

  3. DARLA T says:

    Maybe they could help you get your ducks in a row so to speak, so you would be less screwed up. They might be able to help you take steps to get your life together regarding your educational, physical and personal life.References :

  4. angeld says:

    I agree with the or just young and confused answer. I think everyone feels that way in their teens/twenties. If you really think you need someone else to tell you what to do and show you how to be happy, then I guess you should get some help. But in the end, all the change come from within you. No one else can do it for you. Just sit down, really think about what you like, what you like to do, what you don’t like. Make different categories and then write your answers down. Things look a lot clearer once they’re on paper in front of you. Figure out what’s good for YOU by your answers. Good luck.References :

  5. sleepydad says:

    I knew a girl who had a life coach and she found it extremely rewarding!
    I remember her saying that her coach really helped her utilize her time and become a more organized person. She mentioned that they did a lot of cool projects that helped her eliminate clutter from her life, and helped her focus more on what she wanted to do instead of wasting energy.
    I’d make sure you were getting someone who was suited to your own needs though. Some of them can be a bit flighty from what I understand.References : Co-worker’s experience

  6. Tennisguy says:

    I don’t know any "life coach," but maybe talking to a therapist would help you set your life’s path straight?

    What I would say though is this.

    1. For your education goals…some people just need pressure. Everytime you try to ditch a goal you created, pressure yourself by telling yourself how you could not get into college, then not being able to get a job, therefore screwing your WHOLE life. If you don’t need pressure, and simply need goals, there really isn’t anyone special to tell you this. Talk to any teacher in your school (prefferably the nicer understanding ones, if your school is the kind where all the teachers have differnet personalites) about setting the right goals, and sticking to them, and what you should do with your results.

    2. As for your physical health, motivation is key, but it’s important to set goals within your main one. For example, if you’re 150 pounds, and want to be 130 pounds, or replace the fat with muscle (muscle weighs more than fat by the way, so if you’ve been working out and gain weight, don’t worry), set smaller goals so you can achieve something as you move along to your main goal of 130 pounds. Like maybe you want to slim/tone your legs first, so start jogging, or going to a fitness facility and do all the leg machines (at least 10 times per set, and do 3 sets on each machine). After your legs and nice and toned, set a goal for your arms, then stomach, then back, shoulders, etc etc. The most important thing is to look at one goal at a time. Isn’t it easier to kill one ant at a time, rather than the whole colony? Also, start moving more. As you keep working out and moving a lot, you’ll get more energy. Trust me. During school years, I was active and everything, but during the summer, I barely do anything except sleep, eat, play tennis once everyday, and go on the computer. During school, I sprinted after every ball, but now I got into the lazy habit and I just let them go, a major downfall in one of my strong points of tennis.

    3. As for your personal life…there are so many things that could be. Tell more about which areas. But the best thing to do is to work with a therapist step by step for each area of your life. If it’s about dating, you’re probably sick of hearing this, but you’ll find the person your love can go to eventually, no matter the times you’ll get hurt before you do meet that person. If it’s about family issues…there are a lot of people out there who have experienced abuse, bad families, divorces, etc. I’m sure someone in your school is like that…just open up and talk to someone about it. If it’s about making friends…well I have a lot, but I’m antisocial, so I don’t hang out with any of them…except my church friends who are all korean and cool like me. XP. jkjk. But yea

    The most important thign in general, for all of these areas is that you keep faith in yourself that you can accomplish what you want, as long as you keep the passion to get to it.

    Also, dont’ listen to the people who say someone else alwyas has it worse than you. Yea, it’s true. But if you want to fix the problems that you have, you’ve gotta go for it.References :

  7. mouses1 says:

    Get Your Life Back On Track such as to help you with education assistance and employment and your own housing. The Life Coach is a very valuable assest to so many people, they work really hard. I hope you hold your end of the bargain. The Life Coach can not do this CHANGE all by themselves. You have to want to change your life for this to work. The outcome really depends upon you.References :

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