All the time she kept saying, “I think I can, I think I can, I think I can…” Up, up, up. The little engine climbed and climbed. At last, she reached the top of the mountain. ~ The Little Engine That Could (American Folklore) Self-efficacy is a term coined by Albert Bandura (one of my…

“My mother always told me I wouldn’t amount to anything because I procrastinate. I said, ‘just wait.’” ~ J. TenutaAround 20% of Americans (more men than women & many young people) struggle with chronic procrastination. There are several negative side-effects (e.g., health issues, decreased self-esteem, negative consequences etc.) and truly – most people who procrastinate…

Possunt quia posse videntur ~ VirgilI was motivated to write this week’s post (and even wrote most of it). Then I realized there were much better resources available than what I could provide alone. Motivation is a huge field of research! It has been studied for centuries by philosophers, educators, neurologists, sportsman, lawyers, leaders –…

Uncertainties and challenges are part of the chaotic world we live in. Depression and anxiety have emerged as silent epidemics, touching the lives of many. While medical interventions play a pivotal role in management and treatment, complementary approaches can also offer significant relief. From the perspective of life coaching, one such potent remedy lies in…

In the rapidly evolving landscape of personal and professional development, the role of a life coach has become increasingly significant. Life coaching, once perceived as a luxury or an ambiguous service, is now recognized for its profound impact on individuals seeking to enhance their lives. Here are seven compelling reasons why working with a life…