Thursday, 27 February 2014



Success in life is something that everyone thrives for but not many people succeed in attaining it.

Why is this so?

Is it because we all differ in our abilities and talents? If one thinks this way, then it is logical to follow on that the more talented one is, the more likely he will be successful in life, and thus those with ‘no abilities’ or lesser talents would have little or no chance at succeeding in life. Well, this is all a myth.

Simply saying that “I have no talents” or “my IQ is average and I have nothing special to offer to anyone” is just an excuse to laze around and start self‐pitying oneself when others around them start becoming successful in life. Yes, it is true that each and every human being is born with a different set of skills and aptitude and that it may be harder for someone with no education background to be rich and successful as compared to a person who is equipped with higher levels of education.

However, it is important to note is that we too have our own unique set of desires and determination that is not dependant on our abilities but rather our inner strengths and attitudes. It is our determination and willpower that ultimately brings us success in life and this is something that a lot of people tend to forget.

It is through our attitudes and how we live our lives that make up a successful person.

Talents and abilities are definite, but the strength of our determination and desires is limitless. Though, many people do not know how to utilize their inner strength and work towards being successful.

This report will be giving you secret tips on how to maximize your inner determination to become successful. These four easy‐to‐follow steps will take you closer than you ever were to achieving your aspirations.

Attaining your goals will no longer be just a dream, but rather a reality that you have strived for by working through these four simple methods.

But before we go into detail on what these four steps are, let us see what success means to you first.

Many a times, people go about wasting half their lifetime chasing a dream only to realize that it was not something they want.

What I mean by ‘want’ is that these so‐called dreams once attained, did not make them feel satisfied or happy. Unlike what many people assume, success is not measured by money. Success is not a simple calculation of how many figures one has on their bank account or how many employers are working under you. To be more precise, success is measured by how much one feels satisfied and fulfilled by what one has accomplished. Looking and behaving like a successful person does not mean that you feel like one.

For example, if you are a millionaire, numerous people will view you as someone that is rich and successful. However, if you are alone with no friends, family, or loved ones to share that pile of gold with, are you satisfied, happy? Can you call yourself successful when you are sorely lacking something?

Therefore, it is important to keep in mind when working through the four steps whether or not that goal is truly something that you would want to pursue.

True aspirations normally remain unchanged over time. This means that if you find yourself constantly changing your goals and being fickle‐minded about them, they most probably aren’t what you genuinely want.

Now let’s move on to the 4 steps to success!


Thursday, 6 February 2014

Can Life Coaching Help You?


15 Questions to Ask Yourself.
by Katerina Efstratiadou

Ask yourself the following:


Am I truly happy most of the time?   YES/NO

Do I live and work in a supportive, affirming environment?   YES/NO

Do I have a clear idea of my most fundamental interests, talents and values?   YES/NO

When I think about my future, do I have a feeling of calm and peace?   YES/NO

Do people treat me the way I deserve to be treated?   YES/NO

Do I have everything I need?   YES/NO

Do I feel a connection to something larger than myself?   YES/NO

Do I love waking up in the morning?   YES/NO

Am I sure that I the “success” I am striving for will lead to happiness?   YES/NO

Am I excited about my career direction?   YES/NO

Am I grateful for everything that I have right now?   YES/NO

Is my mind free of worries, anxiety, regrets and guilt?   YES/NO

Do great things happen to me in the most unexpected ways?   YES/NO

If my life were to end tomorrow, would I be satisfied with who I was, how I spent my time, the relationships in my life and what I accomplished?   YES/NO


If you answered NO to one or more of the above questions, you have room for improvement in your life, and you should consider coaching.

Now, read the questions one more time, this time, imagining what your life would be like if you could answer YES to all of them.  If that sounds great to you...Get a coach!

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