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Are you a perfectionist? “I don’t have time to think about myself or take care of my own needs. Everyone else comes first; my kids, my husband, work…even the dog comes before me! I have to keep all the plates spinning; I have to be an amazing mother and wife and be successful at work…I just need to work out how to be perfect”

Sound familiar?

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Are you waiting for everything to be perfect before you start living the life you were put on this earth to live? Do you have loads of plans, ideas and goals that one-day you will put into practice?
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Imagine if you could be completely free, simply to be yourself! Free to choose, free to express your authentic self and free to experience whatever you choose.

There are a whole host of reasons why we restrain ourselves and find it so hard to be free from being the awesome individuals that we are;
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Some worry in life is inevitable and worry isn’t necessarily bad, but continuous worry will over time have a massive impact on your life and happiness.

Worry can lead to stress and anxiety, depression and even impacts on your immune system. So, if you are someone who is a constant worrier, what can you do to help you stop?
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It’s ‘normal’ to want other people to think well of you and there’s nothing wrong with creating good impressions. However, worrying excessively about what others think will have a negative impact on your all areas of your life.

Worrying about what other people think and their opinion of us means that we start to tailor our lives simply to meet the expectations of others (and this can never be a good thing).
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Do you find that you constantly complain about anything and every thing? Have you ever considered how different life would be if you didn’t complain? I can pretty much guarantee if you stopped complaining (you might call it moaning) your life would be happier, more fulfilled and you would have bags more energy.

Don’t believe me? Here’s an experiment to prove it to yourself.

Go 1 day with out complaining. Go a week if you are feeling adventurous, go a month if you want love changing results.

Commit to not complaining (out loud anyhow) during that time.

If you find yourself complaining, which you will start the time frame again!

It might take some practice, but I promise the results will be worth it.

If you are finding that you are always moaning and complaining, get in touch to see how I can help. All it takes is a few simple strategies to make a massive impact.

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Imagine if you were more afraid of what life would be like if you didn’t follow through on something, if you didn’t take action, if you didn’t make your dream a reality?

How much more useful would that type of fear be?

This is the difference between successful people, and not so successful people. Fear isn’t a bad thing, fear isn’t something that you need to avoid. Fear can fuel you! Successful people fear missing out, they fear the cost of not doing something, they fear not taking that risk, both in business and their personal life. Successful people are excited by fear, because it means progress.

So how do you use fear in a positive way?
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Striving to make your goals happen can be a sign of a positive mind, of course it’s good to aim high. But do you ever feel no matter what you do, it simply isn’t good enough? Do you strive to be perfect and set very demanding and unrealistic goals?

High levels of perfectionism are often driven by low self-esteem and starts to work against you and the very thing you are trying so hard to achieve. Perfectionism can develop into an unhealthy obsession and trigger mental health problems, anxiety, depression and even eating disorders.

If you define your self-worth by how well you meet these high standards then perfection could be a problem...

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We all worry about things, some more than others. As a coach I support individuals to take all of those worries and concerns and make sense of them by turning them into goals and actionable steps.

In my experience coaching a wide range of people, there tends to be something in common. The initial thing they were worrying about wasn’t the real problem.

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