I just finished a life coaching session which testifies again to the power of resource, and specifically, to making a powerful request. My client Megan* had such a busy work week running the retail store she owns that she neglected exercise and ate mindlessly. She was...
If left to our own devices, we humans would likely take the lazy route. Life coach accountability is therefore quite useful, especially at the beginning of a habit change, such as reducing sugar intake, or for a specific project, such as de-cluttering your home.
There’s a reason why Jane Austen book clubs, Ya-Ya Sisterhoods, and every kind of Meetup you can imagine exist. We yearn for community.