Living An Examined Life Helps You Reach Your Potential

Lately Dr. Seuss is really inspiring my thought process. I was in the middle of browsing and researching when I came across this quote for the third time in a week. Definitely a sign.
“Sometimes the questions are complicated but the answers are simple.”

This got me thinking that we ask lots of small questions each day, some significant but mostly insignificant in the grand scheme of our lives. These questions are important as they do facilitate our everyday lives but the problem is that we get so caught up in our everyday lives that we don’t take the time to ask ourselves the big questions. The big questions are the real questions, questions that can change our lives, improve our lives and help us get back to what really matters.

This is where coaching can help you examine your life.

An example of the type of questions that are asked in coaching are: What brings me joy? What is my personal definition of success? What type of life do I want to lead? What is my one year plan? Where do I see myself five years from now?

We are the experts of our own lives and have all the answers within us. We just have to make a start, ask the questions and create the life we want.

The best and right time is now. Start planting the seeds to facilitate growth in the coming years.

Coaching can help you with this process, by starting off the process and facilitating the changes that you are thinking about.

As Socrates said “An unexamined life is not worth living!”

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