WHY I BECAME A LIFE COACH
I often get asked why I left a successful career as a broadcast journalist to become a life coach.
My answer is, being a life coach is where I feel the most real and honest version of me.
And it is my desire to help others find that for themselves too.
Content from around the world that deserves a repost.
Each with the goal to inspire, engage, and connect.
"How the Surgeon General Put His Own Wellbeing on Hold and Felt Lonely. Dr Vivek Murthy wants us all to think about the toll loneliness takes on society... so shares his own story of feeling alone.“We have to pull the curtain back on loneliness.” That was the call to action from two-time US Surgeon General Vivek Murthy on the worrying effects of feeling alone."
"Contemporary wisdom says that happiness is the measure of a marriage. But is that a harmful way of judging relationships?
Looking for someone ‘better’ may be particularly tempting today...This invites a continual examination of ourselves and our partners to see if we are failing to live the kind of life we might have, if only."
"Serena Williams Says Farewell to Tennis On Her Own Terms—And In Her Own Words: I don’t particularly like to think about my legacy. I get asked about it a lot, and I never know exactly what to say. But I’d like to think that thanks to opportunities afforded to me, women athletes feel that they can be themselves on the court."
Photo: Genevieve Rober/@reitcatou Instagram
Illustration: Rebekah Dunlap
Photo: Alden Wallace
"Catherine Reitman Wanted to Laugh Through Her Postpartum Depression, so She Made Workin’ Moms. After giving birth, Catherine Reitman worried she was forever "broken." She started writing her experiences down—and the Netflix series was born." As she writes in this essay, "Before it aired, I remember feeling a period of “what the hell was I thinking.”"
"My best friend left her laptop to me in her will. Twenty years later, I turned it on and began my inquest…it had sat, plastic and inert, a thwarted life of the mind, her mind, a mind that I crammed into a box and stored in the back of the cupboard where I keep my fabric, yards of cambric and calico and gingham. So this spring I yanked it out of the cupboard and hauled it out of the box."
"When ‘This Is Us’ creator Dan Fogelman first approached his friend, composer Siddhartha Khosla, to create the music for the series, he knew Khosla would be able to create a unique score for the show. But neither of them expected that it would end up being so rooted in Khosla's own upbringing in India."