Since its seeds were planted 4000 years ago in ancient Babylon, the New Year has been a time both of celebration and introspection, when thoughts turn to wishes for good things in the coming year. Today, the tradition continues through the ritual of resolutions, as people throughout the world resolve to lose weight, shape up, stop smoking, get organized, cut costs, find a soul mate, or a better job. But even with the best of intentions, most of us fail to make resolutions that stick, not even for a short while.
This year can be different. It really can. Whatever your resolution, it is possible to change it from wishful thinking to reality—not only for the year, but throughout life…if you gift yourself with Coaching.
Kinds of Coaching
Simply put, the sole purpose of coaching is to guide you toward achieving specific skills and goals. Today, it is a recognized field with certified professionals who focus on various aspects of self-improvement in whatever area you choose. A sampling…
Life coaches help you define and achieve personal goals that may range from getting organized to learning something new.
Business coaches provide support to an individual or group in order to help them improve the effectiveness of their work or business.
Wellness/health coaches help individuals prevent, manage, or reverse their illnesses and conditions, especially those of a chronic nature.
Whether your vision is to enhance your health, work world, sports, or relationships, coaching can help you discover the best approach for you, personally, and reveal the motivation and strategies you need to realize resolutions…both today and for the long-term.
Deborah Kesten, MPH, and Larry Scherwitz, PhD, are certified wellness and cardiac coaches, who specialize in preventing, halting, and reversing overeating, overweight, and obesity and heart disease. They are also international lifestyle and nutrition researchers and award-winning authors. Visit them at www.Enlightened-Diet.com to learn more about them and their Coaching and Optimal Eating programs.