Right now, as 2014 is just beginning, most of us are optimistic and excited to see what this next phase of life is going to hold. Don't leave your future to chance. Naperville Life Coach Diane Overgard shares six habits that will make a positive difference in your attitude, actions, and results.
Outstanding work happens when we are living in congruence with our values. As an executive life coach my best work is to bring creative visioning with wise application to my clients. Coaching provides innovative questions and strategies that help clients think outside-the-box and see their own life and business situations clearly.
"I'm not always right. Well, yes, I think I am. If I thought I was wrong I'd change to something else, and then I'd be right again." Our natural tendency to get stuck on our own perspective prevents us from innovative negotiations, powerful connections, and creative solutions.
Are you in a funk? Do you feel that you’re missing the zest you usually have for life? If it's work, relationships, or personal well-being, Chicago Life Coach Diane Overgard has a few ideas to help you refresh your outlook and propel you forward.
Tolerating frustration doesn't work. Accepting sadness is a waste of valuable time. Spinning in confusion gives us headaches. Try a coaching exercise to...
Invest 90 seconds to gain insight into your best self. As the 90 seconds tick away on your watch, visualize the Person You Want to Be.
If you're feeling like you're Nobody's Valentine this year, look around. There is someone in your path today that will touch your life with a lift if you're looking for him.
If you're curious about 2013, I'd like to let you in on three things that lie ahead. These are my predictions – actually promises – for the New Year. Sunny Days. I guarantee there will be some. Music. You'll find it on your radio, IPod, or in a song that you sing in the shower. Disappointment. That's an absolute certainty. Here is a gift for you – COACHING TIPS to Live Well in 2013.
If you are putting your own needs on the back-burner, seize today's opportunity to feel the power of "I can change that" and begin to live life to the fullest. Diane Overgard, Chicago Life Coach
Three facts have changed the way I play golf. These are more than lessons for enjoying a round of golf – they spill over into lessons for enjoying life more. Even if you're not a golf enthusiast, I think you'll understand what I mean. FACT #1 – No matter how well I hit the ball, I could have done better.