Lately I have been attracting clients into my coaching practice who want more from life. Some come quite clear about what they are seeking, others not so clear. What’s common among them though is once they address weight loss, personal relationships, career etc, over time they realize what they really want is a life that feels purposeful. They also realize this purposeful life once invested in tends to peel away the weight, create the healthy relationships, and build careers that are satisfying and rewarding.
Why do they yearn for a purposeful life? Same reason you and I yearn for it. We want to know we matter, that we count. We also know we have some amazing gifts and that we are charged to use these gifts to bring meaning and purpose to others. It’s when we start looking for ways to help others created this sense of purpose that WE start to feel on purpose!
Merry Christmas! Happy Hanukkah! Happy Holidays!
Phyllis Reid-Jarvis, Mph, RD, PCC
Life Coach Educator and Director of Ultimate Potentials
Because everybody is not the same we know that nutritional needs, food preferences and eating habits as well as overall health outcomes will be different. We also know from our more than 20 years’ experience working with families that if the family is healthy and has a solid foundation on which to operate, they will make better eating choices, they will experience better health outcomes and they will experience life in general in a more positive and healthy way.