Top Ten lifecoaching Articles

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1. Living with Intent
The concept of intent is ancient. In Buddhism to live with intention means to live every moment with integrity and in line with what you value most.

2. Misery Addiction
“It’s a subtle addiction...the common thread is this: when things go too well or the person feels too good, she sabotages herself in order to return to the more comfortable or familiar state of misery, unhappiness, or grayness,” says self help author Anne Katherine

3. Focus on the Positive with Coach Diana Blake
“Periods of confusion usually precede periods of immense growth!” says Coach Diana Blake of New Leaf Coaching, LLC. Part 2 of a 2 Part interview.

4. Make Peace with Your Fears
In “Unafraid: Living with Courage and Hope in Uncertain Times” Adam Hamilton helps readers to understand and counter unproductive anxieties, fears and worries that hold us back from fulfillment and joy.

5. Are You Running Low on Motivation?
Self-help author Andy Core says motivation should be renewed at the start of every day.

6. Honesty, Truth and Integrity Quotations
“Honesty and integrity are absolutely essential for success in life - all areas of life. The really good news is that anyone can develop both honesty and integrity.” ~Zig Ziglar

7. Lessons I Learned about Confidence
“Confidence is not about feeling good inside, although it’s a bonus if you do...It’s your ability to reach beyond how you’re feeling in the moment to take action that leads to the outcome you want,” says self-help author Kate Burton Brinley Part 1 of a 2 Part Series

8. Create a Desire Statement
Once you are clear about what you want writing a Desire Statement helps you give attention to that desire,” says Michael J. Losier

9. Write a Personal Goal Contract
Writing your goals down increases your chance of success. A Personal Goal Contract adds another level of accountability to goal setting.

10. Games and Brain Health
Crossword puzzles can give your brain a workout, so can chess and Sudoku. The key is to play games where you are concentrating and actively blocking out all distractions. This is also called “attention training,” which is great for the brain.

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