Life Coaches Claymont DE

A life coach may be able to offer guidance and positive advice if you are confused, uncertain or anxious about the choices you make, whether it be in relationships or career oriented.

Cheryl Thacker
(302) 690-5124
Wilmington, DE
Coaching Types
Life, Christian, Relationship
Rates
$75/Hr
Gender
Female

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Lorna Levy
(215) 222-3149
Philadelphia, PA
Coaching Types
Life
Gender
Female
Certifications
RScP, member of Mensa

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Ken Abrams
(610) 240-4857
Wayne, PA
Coaching Types
Business, Executive, Life
Rates
$100/Hr
Gender
Male
Certifications
Board Certified Coach, CCMC, PMC, BA, CLU, ChFC
Membership Organizations
MCC

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Penny Zenker
(484) 362-7228
Devon, PA
Coaching Types
Executive, Business, Life
Gender
Female
Certifications
CPC, NLP Master Practitioner
Membership Organizations
ACC

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Serenity Harbor
(856) 853-1009
45 Delaware St
Woodbury, NJ
Industry
Hypnotherapist, Life Coach

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Focus First Llc
(610) 347-2611
200 W Linden St
Kennett Square, PA
Industry
Life Coach

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Lisa Waldman
(856) 343-7322
Mantua, NJ
Coaching Types
Career, Life, Christian
Rates
$$80-100/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
CTA Certified Life and Career Coach

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Sarah Shore
(215) 236-5353
Wayne, PA
Coaching Types
Life, Relationship, Business
Rates
$125/Hr

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Woodward Bruce T Phd
(610) 688-1650
175 Strafford Ave
Wayne, PA
Industry
Life Coach, Osteopath (DO), Psychologist

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Vicki Kramer Nathan
(267) 519-9164
Philadelphia, PA
Coaching Types
Life, Spirituality, Performance
Rates
$we'll discuss what program works best/Hr
Gender
Female
Certifications
MFA, Kaizen Muse Creativity Coaching

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11 Reasons Why You Aren't Getting Results

18 May, 2010

Posted by: Natural Medicine In: Around The Web | Personal Growth

All of us have goals. Goals like losing weight, earning more money, finding a life partner, setting up our business, achieving performance targets, being fitter, building better relationships, and so on. Some people seem to have no problem achieving their goals. Some, on the other hand, don’t seem to be able to make any progress.

I’ve a good amount of experience with goal achievement, having been actively setting goals since 10 years ago. I’ve experienced setbacks and successes in my goal pursuits. Running The Personal Excellence Blog (which is all about how to live in excellence and achieve our highest potential), I often receive reader mail seeking help for situations they are stuck in. I work with clients who are not getting results in life and want to turn things around. This has given me a lot of insights on what keeps people from success.

At the end of the day, if you find yourself stuck in your goals, it boils down to one (or some) of these 11 reasons:

  1. You Procrastinate. You keep putting things off. You talk about how you want to do something but you don’t act on it. You are like the howling dog. I recently wrote the story of the howling dog at The Personal Excellence Blog. The story refers to this dog, who keeps howling because it’s sitting on a nail. However, he refuses to get up from the nail. Why? Because it’s not painful enough. You procrastinate on taking action because the situation is not painful enough for you yet. However, the times when it does become painful enough are often the times when it’s too late to do anything. Either you start taking action, or you forever lay in peace. Your call, I’ll leave it to you.
  2. You underestimate your goal. Achieving a goal is about getting from point A to B. From point A, you create an action plan that gets you to point B. Sounds foolproof, except the action plan isn’t 100% valid. That’s because you’re setting the plan from point A. You haven’t even been to point B, so how do you even know if it’ll get you to B? At most it’ll be help to bring you closer to point B, but it’s not going to be 100% accurate. Almost all the time, people fail because they underestimate what it takes to achieve their goals. What should you do then? Over-commit your resources and review your progress constantly. (See Step #11 of 13 Strategies To Jumpstart Your Productivity). Adjust your plan of action and adapt accordingly.
  3. You spend more time defending your problems than taking action. You complain how you are not getting XYZ results. When people try to give you suggestions, you spend more time justifying why their suggestions will not work and defending your lack of results than brainstorm with them on how to get out of your rut. Spend less time talking about your problems and use that time to think about solutions. Then act on them. You’ll get a lot more results this way, and you’ll be happier.
  4. You’re too enclos...

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