Unleash Your Wild!

What am I feeling now?

One of the most impactful things I was able to learn at Life Coach School was identifying my feelings. And I’m not referring to the word we give feelings like shallow, tense, and weak. What I learned was to express emotions as vibrations in my body. For example,...

Comparison is the Thief of Joy

When I was little, I would occasionally get a new toy to play with. I still remember when my stepdad bought his second mobile phone and gave me the other one. Writing text messages was almost as incredible as playing the games it came with. I would show off my texting...

Am I Good Enough?

One of the most inhibiting thoughts I carry around is not being enough. I distinctly remember standing outside the Masonic, an event venue here in San Francisco, talking to a friend of mine. A cute girl I knew walked by us, and I told my friend about the crush I had...

The Foundational Pillars

Your Body

As the outward representation of who you are, your body reflects how you eat or drink away your emotions. Learn to listen to your body, and it knows what is needed.

Your Mind

The most powerful tool in your arsenal is your mind. If you can observe and direct it, you’ll gain the ability to create the results, in your life, you truly desire.

Your Soul

You are perfect and whole, and nothing can touch your soul. As the spiritual part of your being, the soul is a quiet observer in the background ready to be unleashed.

Causal Life Coaching

How does it work?

In a nutshell, there are circumstances in my life; I understand these with thoughts. By themselves, they are neutral, neither bad nor good until I interpret them. Take a person dying as an example; people die every day, and for the most part, I don’t even hear about it. A family member dies, and I feel sad on the other hand.

The root cause of any problem is always our thinking.

The most crucial first step to unleash your wild is differentiating your thoughts from your circumstances. Circumstances are objective, provable and generally agreed upon, versus thoughts are subjective, sentences in your head. “It’s 85 degrees outside” is a circumstance, while “It’s hot outside” is a thought.

During our coaching session, we’re going to work a lot on differentiating. Take your control back, give it a try, and uncover the cause of your emotions. A coaching session is 45 minutes long and during the session, we’ll be working on models, worksheets, and exercises.