Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Coming out of the Shadow – Standing in Your Power

May 29, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

Bringing peace of mind to your life is the most important thing you can do for yourself!  When you uncover hidden obstacles and discover how you may be self-sabotaging your efforts, you will find there is an easier way to live.  Listed below are a few insights and guidelines for you to consider:
1)   Meditate.  Find [...]

There is an easier way to live

May 29, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

Have you wondered why your life is not moving in the direction you want?  Sometimes we get so caught up in our daily life we forget to look at what’s really important each day, each minute, and in each task we do.  Life seems to come at us at warp speed and there is no [...]

Learn To Change Yourself

March 12, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

When we learn to change our selves, through love, integrity and acceptance, we begin to add value to our own personal selves. And when we add value to our personal selves, we now have something to give others. We cannot give what we don’t have; that includes a strong character. So rather than trying to [...]

What can we expect from using a life coach?

March 12, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

by Mervin Straughan
Okay, so you might have decided that there are areas of your life that need improving or that it’s time for a complete change with a new year looming. You decide you need a life coach. Do you know what’s involved?
In this post, I will provide a broad insight into what a client can expect [...]

Coaching Outside the Box

March 12, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

Ben Fletcher at the University of Hertfordshire in the United Kingdom devised a study to get people to break their usual habits. Each day the subjects picked a different option from poles of contrasting behaviors — lively/quiet, introvert/extrovert, reactive/proactive — and behaved according to this assignment.
So an introverted person, for example, would act as an [...]

10 Ways to a Graceful Career Transition

March 12, 2010 by Jeanne Vandermeer  
Filed under Life Coaching

These is no doubt career transitions can be stressful.
If you’re facing a significant career transition, here are 10 ways to move gracefully through the experience.
· Take an honest look at yourself. What are your strengths, weaknesses and skills? How did these attributes influence your transition? How can you leverage your strengths?
· Increase your self-care. Major [...]