Life Coach Benefits

What Are the Benefits of working with a Life Coach

Here are some practical benefits of Christian Life Coaching 

  • You can understand your life purpose.  Life coaching provides a foundation for making great decisions, and offers direction for how to live a purposeful life.
  • Align with core values. Life coaching will help you increase life satisfaction, reduces stress and frustration as you do the things that matter to you rather than doing things that are of expected of you.
  • Eliminate distractions  Life coaching will help you focus on your life goals while increasing your joy
  • Identify and overcome internal obstacles  Coaching will help you overcome your fears and doubts.
  • Create Life Purpose Plans  Help you create a strategy to reach your goals.
  • Get Clarity on God’s  Call  Christian Life Coaching will help you strengthen your relationship with the Lord and help you make an impact for the Kingdom of God.
  • God’s Guiding Hand on Your Life  Produces wonder, love  and worship for your Creator.

Beating Bad Habits

How to Beat bad habits

Every hero has at least one villain. You are the hero and your bad habits are the villians.  One of the core values in my coaching is that I believe that God made you and that he has an amazing plan for your life. Addictions, weaknesses, character flaws are not who God created you to become, but they are obstacles, hurdles, enemies trying to keep you from being who you really are and reaching your destiny. Whenever you begin to realize that God loves you and He has delivered you from those inner demons of addictions through His son Jesus Christ and  that God is wanting to walk with you into freedom, you will begin to see breakthrough. However, seeing your breakthrough sometimes takes time or sometimes it happens immediately. But just get ready to defeat the villain!

 

All About Your Perspective

Here are five lies that we might believe if we are struggling with addictions, bad habits and character flaws.

1) My addiction defines who I am.  

We think things like… I am a alcoholic or I am a drug addict… or I am workaholic… That is not who you are. God didn’t create you to be an addict or to be controlled by bad habits. You have been fearfully and wonderfully made.  Someone once said that God doesn’t make trash. You are an amazing person who is fighting against an enemy of addiction. 

2) We take ownership of these bad habits. 

We say things like,  “I have an addiction to pornography or whatever”.  This is kind of tricky because we think that if we don’t say these things like this, we are in denial and we are not taking responsibility for ourselves. But the truth is,   we need to remember that the addiction is not ours but it is what is coming against us.  It is the thing that is resisting us from reaching our goals or destiny. Rather than saying that I have an addiction, you could say< “I have allowed an addiction to keep me from being a good husband, father, employee, etc.” 

3) The addiction is stronger than we are..

It can definitely feel that way. But truth is that with God nothing is impossible and through your faith in Jesus Christ you will see victory over this addiction. The addiction or habit is something that is often  triggered by a lie that you believe.  When you find the trigger, you take away the power of the gun. God wants to uncover those thing that are triggering your bad habits and help you remove them so that the power of the addiction is weakened and you overcome it. 

4) We have to fix ourselves.

We think that we have to get our life together before we ask Jesus to come into our lives. The truth is if you could fix yourself,  you probably would have already done it.  You need help. Jesus loves messes.  He is an expert at cleaning up our lives and there is nothing more powerful than the power of the Holy Spirit to help us see the victory in our lives. 

5) You are going to have to figure this out by yourself. 

The truth is God has a divine strategy for your life and how to defeat this enemy in your life. He doesn’t want to keep it hidden from you.  If you will believe in Him and yield yourself to His plan you will see the victory. 

 

A Coach May Help

I hope this helps.  I want you to know that everybody has an enemy trying to keep them from the success that God has for them.  One of the strategies that God may have for you to help overcome the addictions is to get a life coach, someone who will not judge you, encourage you and hold you accountable to fighting the fight of faith and seeing the victory in your life. If so,  I would like the opportunity to talk to you and see if I might be a good fit for you as a life

 

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Mid-Life Opportunity

Changing your MidLife Crisis to a midlife Opportunity

Finding the Right Coach

When deciding on the right life coach, I believe that there are several things that are paramount to consider.

1} Ask yourself, who is easier to receive instruction from a man or a woman? Is it easier to talk to a man or woman? It would be nice to think  that it doesn’t make any difference to us. But the truth is, sometimes it is easier for us to relate with one gender over the other. Going to a life coach is about changing your life and change is already going to be hard. So why make it more difficult by being coached by someone of a gender that is more difficult to receive from.

2) Is the Life Coach a good listener? Unfortunately, most people (even coaches) like being heard more than they like listening to others. A good coach is humble and prefers their client over themselves. Coaching is about listening to the client and helping them find the answers that they are looking for. A coaching session should balanced with listening to you, asking you questions and also some time of teaching or training.

3) Is the Life Coach empathetic towards you. Does he/she understand you? Is the life coach on your team. Coaching is more than just giving you advice. It is about being on your team and believing in you and that you can reach the goals and dreams that God has given to you.

4) Does the life coach have the same core values. I am a Christian Life Coach and my faith in Jesus Christ and I believe that most of the answers to life are in the Word of God. So being a Christian or at least if you were interested in becoming one, then you might want to be coached by someone like me.

5) Is the Life Coach firm and decisive? Many times we are not reaching our goals is because we waver, we procrastinate, and we don’t commit. You need a coach that is steady and will commit to you to see you fulfill your destiny..

6) Will your life coach tell you the truth? You need some who is willing to tell you the truth about yourself. A life Coach is not about telling you all the things you want to hear but it is about helping you see the real truth about yourself and he or she is going to hold you accountable to you reaching your goals. Even though of life coach is empathetic they must not be so worried about hurting your feelings that they don’t tell you the truth.

7) The relationship between a life coach and a client is special one. Even though you might become friends it is a professional relationship. It is not an intimate friendship. A good coach will support and enforce those professional boundaries.

8) You want a Life Coach that charges for his or her time. There are several reasons for this. The main reason, It is important for the coach and the client to see value in the coaching. When you place value on the coaching you are more committed to it. A coach or a client is more likely to blow off an appointment if it was free. Life coaching is an investment. Both the coach and the client are investing time to see a profitable outcome.

9) The success of a Life Coach is not about the number of clients they have but how successful their clients have become since being coached. You want a coach that sees your success as his or her success.

I hope this helps you find the right Life Coach for you.

If you are interested in seeing if I would be the right coach for you, you can schedule a free introductory session at:  Free Introduction Session

 

 

 

 

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Welcome to our podcast of getting real. Today I want to talk to you about how to get over disappointment. I think that many times we look for formulas or even look to God for a way to never be disappointed. We think that our anticipated outcome should always be a good thing. It’s like, you know, our plans would always work out. Things would always happen the way we thought they would or should. And we, and we often pray like that. We pray that, that we use the word of God and sometimes and how we pray that way. And I, and I want you to know something that I have found out in my life that even though I have done my best to follow Him and to do what’s right, it, things don’t always work out the way I thought they would or should.

Disappointment is part of life. It’s just part of it and we have to accept the fact that that’s it. That’s how it works. It just disappointment happens life. Life can disappoint you and traumatic things can happen in our life and uh, it can really break our hearts. It can really break our spirits if we allow that disappointment to take over our life. I know as I’ve been disappointed about certain things in my life, I immediately, I first of all find fault with myself. I look back so I shouldn’t have done this or I shouldn’t have done that or this is my fault or you know, and I start just blaming myself for all the things that are going on. And sometimes they are the consequences of decisions that I made, but also sometimes these things that happen are just completely out of my control.

  I had nothing to do with it. Um, and, and so disappointment. What did we do with disappointment? How do we handle disappointment? How do we get over it? You know what I, what I’ve done is if, first of all, if I realized that my disappointment from the circumstances or situation I’m in right now doesn’t change who God is and how he feels about me, it doesn’t change who I am. I am who I am. And God is who he, who he says he is, and just because I’m disappointed doesn’t change anything. It doesn’t change who he is. He doesn’t change his, his love for me. He still loves me. No matter how difficult this is, rather than blaming him for of the things that are going on in my life were blaming myself. I just need to come to the understanding that this is what sometimes happens, that this just happens and I have to be willing to trust him and continue to move forward.

                                   Whether no matter what he is who he says he is, he’s faithful, he’s good, he’s merciful, he’s kind, he’s loving. He’s for me. He’s not against me. He’s, he’s on my side and he’s created me to do great and mighty exploits in his name in spite of what’s going on, in spite of how I might of messed up or in spite of the things going on around me.

And so what I found is I have to look beyond the disappointment. I have to get over the emotion of being disappointed and put my faith and trust in him and what he’s doing in my life that he’s called me. He’s chosen me. And no matter what he, he, I, that hasn’t changed. And that I can continue to hold on to him and hold on to the drain that he’s placed in my heart and I can continue to move forward in that.

                                    You know, uh, sometimes you’re disappointed because of what people do. You know, maybe your kids have disappointed you or maybe, uh, your husband, your spouse as disappointed you, someone who’s, who’s been close to you. Maybe they were, uh, they were disloyal to you or turned against you. You know, uh, and it’s disappointing to you. But rather than allowing that to create bitterness and anger and resentment and unforgiveness, we just need to realize, you know, we’re in a, we live in this life that is ever changing and things happen and people do things. They make decisions that, that are sometimes hurtful. And we just need to continue to know that we’re going to make it. We’re going to make it through this disappointment. You’re going to make it through your disappointment. You know, I, I think, um, we learned a lot more about ourselves and we learn a lot more about God when we go through times like this.

                                

                                    I’m not saying that we need to just welcome it like, oh, I can’t wait to be disappointed again, but uh, we also need to know that this is part of life and that we can learn something about him and learn something about ourselves through these times so that when, and if that happens again in the near future, we’ll be able to handle it differently. Disappointment also can create fear in our life. If you’ve had something traumatic happened to you, then all of a sudden you can be fearful of the future thinking, well, if that happened, what else could happen? Or you can be waiting for something else to happen. And a, you can allow those things to start bombarding your emotions and your, your mind, the way you think about your future. The scripture says that your future is bright, that he is a hope for you, that he’s given you a future.

                                    And so, so you know, when you’re in spite of being disappointed about what’s happened and the things that have taken place, she can look ahead and know that it’s still, you have a bright future ahead of you. There are things you’re, there are good things on your horizon and so you don’t have to allow this, these things to tarnish or taint how you look at your future. So I just want to encourage you today, if you’ve been disappointed about something that’s taking place in your life, something that’s happened, you know, I want to encourage you to just get back up. Just get back up again. Just, just, just get up and begin to move forward to know that, that you’re still loved, you’re still cherished and cared for. And not only that, you are still gifted and called and chosen to do great things. And the dream that he’s placed in your heart hasn’t, it hasn’t ended.

                                    It hasn’t died just because you’re disappointed. So allow those things just to be resurrected back in your life. Rise up to the occasion and just move forward. And that sounds easy, but it’s a process and the, and the, and it starts with you just making that conscious decision saying, you know what? I’m not going to let this stop me. I’m not going to let this keep me from moving forward. I’m not going to let this keep me from from reaching my dream, doing what I’m supposed to do today. I’m not going to allow this disappointment to create depression and discouragement in my life. I’m going to rise up to the occasion and I’m going to move forward. Understand that even in my future I may have a disappointment or two. There may be some things that just doesn’t happen the way I hoped or thought they think they should, but I’m going to continue to trust him and be faithful and continue to follow after the dream that you, that he’s placed in my life. So I hope that’s encouraging to you. Hope that helps you if you’ve been discouraged or if you found yourself disappointed. I just want to just say, hey man, you’re going to make it. You’re going to, you’re going to make it. And, uh, until next week, man, God bless you. And, uh, just, just keep the faith, keep trusting in him for, he’s faithful.

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