Most of have lived our lives with unfulfilled dreams. Sometimes we don’t go for our dreams because they seem unrealistic; given our location, finances, commitments, age, etc. Other times we ignore our dreams, because of our conservative upbringing, lack of confidence, unsupportive family and/or friends which in general equates to our fear of failure.
Some of us are empowered with enough tenacity, confidence, and talent to achieve their dreams, while most of us lack one or more of the necessary traits to realize our aspirations. Sometimes we don’t even know what we want out of life, let alone how to obtain it. For these reasons and still more there are Life Coaches available for hire.
The profession of Life Coaching is similar yet different from counseling, consulting or instructing. Just as we may hire a personal trainer to reach a specific level of fitness or a financial planner to advise and tailor a personalized investment strategy, a life coach supplements our weaknesses.
Life coaches are encouraging cheerleaders keeping you focused and motivated. They are also sounding boards and trained observers capable of foreseeing obstacles or possible challenges. They can even help you discover your strengths and how to parlay them into happiness and success. Skilled life coaches support your goals and help you become the best you can be.
Life coaches can help you; live your purpose, create confidence, change careers, balance your life, manage grief or anger, improve interpersonal communications, achieve better nutrition or health, become more positive, overcome fears or obstacles, improve relationships, know yourself better, find love, uncover your natural talents, alleviate stress and worry, as well as, increase your productivity and income.
Personally I do not know any life coaches but they sound marvelous. Who wouldn’t want someone that has their best interest at heart, wanting you to become the best version of yourself, a confidant who knows your weaknesses and wants you to overcome them? After some reflection I realize I have indeed known and have had the privilege and benefit of two life coaches; my parents.
Smelt dinner at the VFW this Friday is from 4-7 pm. Consider eating in and enjoying Karaoke which will begin as early as 7 pm.
Monday, from 7-8:30 p.m., St. Denis Church is hosting a talk entitled “The Story of the Bible is the Story of Mercy,” given by Fr. Norm Longenbrunner of the Cincinnati Archdiocese.
Happy birthday to Mary Dues (98), Helen Gard, Eileen Rahm, Elaine Langston, Shawn Unger, Lois Ann Baker, Tammy Shafer, Amanda Riley, Madelyn Holzapfel, John Small, R.J. Lewis, Hayden Bartrum, Angela Moeder, Brenda Schmitmeyer, Craig Stammen, Betty Mescher, Dan Hartzell, Fisher Spencer, Jeanie Henry, Nancy Niekamp, Norma Bruner, Annette Hope, Yolandaleah Olding, Marty Schipfer, Amanda Borchers, Karen Moeller, Tom Eilerman, Leslie Rismiller, Larry Simons, Stacie Schmitmeyer, Buff Francis, Sonja Francis, Missy Francis, Michele Waymire, Dan Seibert, Dave and Dan Hope, Jan Monnin, and Julie Francis. Happy anniversary wishes to Pauline and Sylvester Meyer (3), Lori and Kris Riffell, Amy and Kregg Litten (15), Carla and Rick Rittenhouse, Cindy and Nick Eilerman (34), and Barb and Jon Agne (65).
Healing prayers and get-well wishes for Sam Yagle, Freda Banks, Luella Albers, David Zumberger, Lois Youngker, Brian Voisard, Megan Knapke, Lester Bernholt, Linda Wilson, Joan Butler, Cyril Frantz, Norma Magoto, Marvin Godwin, Dave Francis, Ann Paulus Pedersen, Joe Bailey, Harry Gorrell, Chick Conley, Julia Billenstein, Dan Bertke, Dan Monnin, Bob Longenecker, John Davis, Carl Drees, Dave Magoto, Bob Homan, Eileen Rahm, Merilyn Borchers, Yvonne Ridenour, Cyril Voisard, Wayne Pittsenbarger, Jim Youngker, Isabella Yakos, Barb and Jon Agne, Samantha Smith, Michelle Ullom, Jack Borgerding, the hospitalized, homebound and all those dealing with any of life’s many challenges who are in need of our prayers but not mentioned by name. Thanks to the prayer-medics, caregivers, volunteers, medical staff, those that visit and those who offer support.
Sincere sympathy to the family and friends of Lawrence Gehret (87), also remembering the lives of Ralph Ording, Gus Barga, James Williams, Doris Harman, Tony Cordonnier, Joan Voisard, Suzanne Elifritz, Clarence Poeppelman, Alma Gehret and all those in our hearts, but not mentioned by name, as the anniversary of their passing nears.
“Life begins at the end of your comfort zone. Don’t stand in the way of your possibility.” ~C. Edwards
“Behind every young child who believes in himself is a parent who believed first.” ~Matthew Jacobson
“You spend years wishing your parents would get off your back, only to realize they are the only ones who have your back.” ~Unknown
Kathy Magoto is a volunteer citizen columnist, who serves The Daily Advocate readers weekly with her weekly Versailles community column. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org or at 526-3798. Feel free to contact her with Versailles news and tidbits. Viewpoints expressed in the article are the work of the author. The Daily Advocate does not endorse these viewpoints or the independent activities of the author.