IS IT TIME FOR A CHANGE?
Most life coaches look to help you achieve goals instead of first helping you choose authentic goals to achieve. Dara with Mud Coaching provides a positive coaching style centered on enhancing self-awareness and creating a direction for your life that you yourself personally develop based on your individuality. Her life coaching approach focuses on helping you naturally get to know yourself in a deeper way. She guides you through the process of creating the goals that actually push you forward, and enable you to achieve a life created by your true self.
When working with Dara, you will experience a coach who is passionate, spiritual, approachable, philosophical and hopeful.
Have you ever felt like you became so absorbed in your partner and your relationship with them that you began to forget who you are outside of being their significant other? Maybe you're experiencing this right now. I find it's pretty common and happens to most of us at one point or another, if not perpetually.
If you've been wondering how to be confident, I've got a strategy that works.
What does it actually mean to be confident? Confidence has to do with self-assurance. Essentially, you need to believe in yourself- in your own character and abilities- to be confident. And to achieve that, you've got to know yourself and what you have to offer. Ultimately, the answer to how to be confident is to be sure of who you are.
Expectations are often discussed in a way that makes them all seem equal, and I've come to believe that that is so often at the root of relationship problems. We group expectations together and only ask whether or not to have them, and debate that singular question as though the problem with expectations lies only in either having them or not.
Are you feeling constantly let down by the people in your life? I used to face disappointment after disappointment- especially in my romantic relationships, but with friends, too. Let down after let down, I started wondering why I couldn't seem to attract the kind of people into my life who put in adequate effort, who were thoughtful and generous, who aimed to please- people like me!
When I work with my clients on achieving goals, they are often astonished by how much we will break a single goal down into several micro steps that individually do not seem to add up to much, but collectively ensure progress and ultimately success. The same is true for daily habits. When performed once or occasionally they don't lead to very many big outcomes. But done consistently, however- well, prepare to rock this life, my friends.
Days come and days go. I mean, let's face it- time just flies on by. With the arrival of each new day there's a starting point that is all your own, and that starting point is determined by how you tackle the days that precede it. Are you slowly progressing toward your goals and dreams from one day to the next, or are you progressing in leaps and bounds?
Something is on your mind and you can't stop worrying about it. It could be a problem at work, in a relationship, a health issue, money problems- whatever it is, it's consuming you. How will this turn out, you keep wondering? What should I do? What if this, and what if that? Why is this happening? What's it gonna take to figure this out?
As sure as the night will fall after the day, so too will difficult times befall us all. After suffering through several of my own woes over the years- such as divorce, being shunned by my family, and a devastating miscarriage- I know this all too well.
What is the relationship between selfishness and self-love? Are they the same? Do you need to be selfish to be self-loving? I share my perspective in this video.
I've found that the lack of motivation many people describe is often caused by a misunderstanding of what motivation actually is. In this video, I address one of the most common misconceptions about motivation that hold people back, and I clarify what is required for not only getting but staying motivated to achieve your goals and live your dreams.