You, The Expert on You
The internet affords us access to previously unthinkable quantities of information. There are experts telling us what to eat, what to drink, how to dress, how to exercise, how to date, how to raise our children, etc., etc., ad infinitum. Of course, some expert advice contradicts other expert advice. Is it any wonder we get confused?
Here’s a little secret: There’s only one expert who actually matters—you. Due to biodiversity, there is no one else exactly like you and therefore you’re the only one who knows what’s right for you. Sure, books, information, and other forms of outside perspective (such as life coaching) are valuable, but only if you trust and rely upon your own internal feedback as you assess, adapt and implement the ideas you’re exposed to.
Most of us are familiar with that slightly sick feeling we get when we’re doing something that’s not right for us, or the euphoric feeling that comes over us when life, for whatever reason, feels effortless.
As a coach, my aim is to help you become more aware of your own unique stop and go signals, help you learn to trust them, and eventually to become an expert at tapping into them so you will know, and know quickly, whether you are moving in the right direction.