What do I want? Where can I find it?
It's one of the more common presenting issues that many of my clients face today. Him... or Her.
Even if you're in a blissful relationship. There's still that nagging question of "What really makes me (us) happy?"
What I've found for many of us is that we're just too busy to slow down and connect.
I recently had an illuminating session with a couple who have strongly opposing views of the world. Or so it seemed...
The question of the meaning of life comes up at least 3 times a day in my coaching work with clients these days. Maybe it's the current spate of natural disasters and global tragedies and seeming randomness and injustice of it all, but the question keeps coming - Why?
Far be it for me to be the authority on such matters, but I do believe that part of my role as coach and voice of reason is to help others make sense of the world around them. To that end, the matter of life's purpose must be readily accessible to all of us, rather than remain a perpetually ambiguous existential dilemma.
One Good Reason
We all need a good reason to leap out of bed in the morning...
A reason to smile,
Someone to serve,
A cause to fight for,
An object for our affection,
A task to strive for,
A purpose to fulfill,
A gift to bring to the world.