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Stop Procrastination and Find Solutions

Too often, people get stuck in a state of over-thinking, the result is that they never reach a decision.” ― Steve Backley, The Champion in all of Us: 12 Rules for Success

If you want to be successful in life you need to find the solutions to your problems. Many people procrastinate to such an extent that they stop advancing in life. A life coach can help you to overcome your procrastination habit.

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Life Success Coaching: 3 Effective Ways to Stop Procrastination and Find Solutions to Your Problems – Jeffrey T. Sooey

People tend to procrastinate for the following reasons: fear, lack of desire and motivation and inability to prioritize. These are the common things that hinder us to get what we want in life. Life success coaching won’t help your clients if they don’t want to make a firm decision to commit on the process of changing themselves into a better person. Don’t let your clients live their lives behind the walls they have built, help them to set free from worries and teach them how to make their dreams come true. Let them understand that procrastination would only make their lives unhappy and miserable that’s why they should learn to work on it while the opportunity knocks.

To Believe Is to Conquer, Procrastination Is All in the Mind and in Your Emotions

As a coach, you have to determine first the root cause behind the procrastination of your client. Procrastination is something that can be cured if treated right. Now, the question is how are you going to do that? Life success coaching won’t guarantee any good results if you don’t trust the system or the whole process from the beginning up to the end. Build trust between you and your client and start asking them the reasons why they keep on holding back. Once you know the reason, formulate a plan that will help them overcome those hindrances. Give them a reason to believe on the possibility of reaching their goals in life. Make that as a key to keep their desires on the right track which can pull them up towards achieving their dreams and aspirations in the long run.

As a Coach You Need to Set Your Client’s Goal into a Good Motivation

When you want something, it is expected that you will do anything to get it. You can actually use that to make your client cooperate with you along the process of what we call life success coaching. Once you help them put up their focus right towards their goal then you, as their coach, will no longer have a hard time telling them to do this and that. Sometimes, your client just needs a little push to get them moving on the road. Use their emotions as an influential tool to bring their head in the game and effectively avoid distractions like procrastination.

Life Success Coaching Requires You to Provide a Solution to Your Client’s Problems

Inability to prioritize your goals is something that leads to procrastination. If your client believes in you and his capability to get the goal you have to help them reach their final destination on their quest to achieve their goals. Show them the right way to take by giving them a good life success coaching. It’s a step by step process and each step that they make is an opportunity to help them. You are paid to be their coach and that is an enough reason to give your best shot on your coaching career.


About the Author

Jeffrey T. Sooey is the CEO of JTS Advisors and the founder of Coaches Training Blog community.

Helps new and developing coaches with coaching skills and client acquisition by training and mentoring them in good coaching, sales, and marketing best practices.

Works with employers on eliminating hiring mistakes and implementing best practices in hiring employees commensurate with the job attributes.

Partners with executives on growing business and working with employees by combining forces, clarifying goals and articulating strategic plans.