Having a coach will change your life!

Having a coach will change your life!

When you’re going through the hard growth, there is nothing more valuable than going through it with someone who has wisdom, perspective, and very sound judgment, especially if you have a crazy crazy mind like mine.

Every conversation that you have with the coach is a reset to what is possible for you. It’s an hour a week where you focus on believing and making decisions for the person you want to be and the life you want to create. How valuable is that for creating the result you want? Having that hour for two people’s minds to focus on what you want.

Having a coach also means hearing the truth, even when it’s hard. The most powerful thing that you’re ever going to hear is, “You are wrong.” It’s the best news ever. Because if you’re wrong, you have room to grow, room to evolve, and possibility for new results. When you’re right about your shitty situation, there is no solution because you’re right.

A coach keeps you in massive action, and massive action is the only way that you achieve your results.

In a society where we feel so isolated as humans, working with a coach helps you feel less alone in this world.

And then one of my favorite things that I think makes a coach so valuable is the way they see you.

When you want a result that you don’t have yet, you don’t have it because you aren’t that person yet, and you have to grow to become that person. You have to think differently, you have to feel differently, you have to do different things. One of the most painful things we as humans encounter is massive growth, and so one of my favorite things that I think makes a coach so valuable is the way they see you. They believe you can do it, and then possibility sneaks in and opens your mind up.

What is the value of getting where you’re going 100 times faster? Or feeling more alive every day. Of being healthier in your mind and body and spirit? Of having someone believe in you when you don’t?

How valuable is creating the result you want in your life?

This is the value of having a coach.

Reach out today to see How I can help you, Help yourself!

Do Hard Things!

I CAN! I WILL!

Thinking about what you CAN do and what you CAN change is everything.

I can handle this…I always do.


It’s not that I don’t know…I just haven’t figured it out yet.


What is the next best decision I can make?


It’s just a matter of time until I figure it out so don’t quit.


What’s in my control in this situation?

Sometimes you just need some new thoughts to open your mind up to keep ongoing. Use these the next time you feel stuck, see yourself procrastinating, or are on the verge of quitting.

DO WORK!

Mind Power: The Ultimate Success Formula

Mind Power: The Ultimate Success Formula

What does it take to be successful?

Ask around and you will find different answers to the formula of success. The truth is, success leaves clues and you can achieve the success in the area you desire by observing the common qualities and principles. They are simple and considered to be common sense but most people simply do not follow them.

Let me share with you one of my favorite quotes:

“There are no secrets to success. It is the results of preparation, hard work, and learning from failure” Colin Powell

As stated in that quote, there are three key factors to achieve massive success in your life:

  1. Preparation

You don’t have to wait for everything to be perfect. Start with the first step and keep moving. Success doesn’t happen overnight. Prepare, prepare, and prepare. You must be ready to receive the success you desire. Set your sight to the destination that you want to achieve, then work and prepare for the moment when the opportunity knocks your door.

  1. Hard Work

Success needs hard work. Don’t listen to these ‘get rich quick’ schemes. You need to build your character and work hard on yourself and your business to achieve greatness. Work hard and work smart. Do the right things and do them in the right way. Don’t procrastinate. Take bold actions. Work long hours and craft your legacy.

  1. Learning from failure

Successful people do not see failures as failures. They see them as important learning lessons. Lessons that are capable of giving them insights to prevent such mistakes from happening again. By adopting this mindset of turning each failure into a learning lesson or opportunity, you can never fail until you yourself quit.

Do work! If you need help or accountability, I am your girl!

New Year’s Resolutions!

New Year’s Resolutions!

2021 has officially begun, and most of us have made resolutions to achieve.  We have lots of things we want to change, and no better time then now, Right? Understanding the reasons behind resolutions is more important than making the actual list, and here is why.

Myth # 1:  You know exactly what you want to change. 

Reality: We should focus on the reasons why we are trying to change.

You think you will be happier when you lose 10 pounds. Why? Is it to fit into your old clothes from when you were younger? Is it to make yourself more attractive for your spouse or future potential partner? Setting a goal without understanding the purpose of the goal makes individuals less likely to accomplish the goal and more likely to feel dissatisfied, even when the goal is met. If the goal is to lose 10 pounds, and the reason is so you can feel more confident in yourself, will this weight loss actually result in more self-confidence? Self-confidence is about loving your body regardless of the size and shape. Maybe losing 10 pounds will help you feel more comfortable with your body; however, are there other aspects in your life that have caused you to lose confidence in yourself?  Maybe a broken relationship, feeling discontent with your job, or a battle with depression can also be contributing to your need for higher self-esteem. Start with what you want to feel, then set goals that help obtain those positive desired feelings or eliminate the negative ones.

Myth # 2:  Big goals are better than little ones.

Reality:  It is all about baby steps. 

We often set huge financial goals for the New Year, like “let’s save 25 percent of our paychecks,” and it may be feasible for the first quarter, but things come up during the year that can leave us feeling like we are not meeting our huge financial plan. Medical bills, unforeseen broken appliances, taxes, a big splurge on a vacation, or car repairs; some of these things we can control, but other we cannot. Setting up an automatic deduction of $50 per week from your checking account into savings, and then setting up quarterly reminders to move the money into an investment account, will help you accomplish your goal in a more manageable way. We are more likely to achieve goals that are broken into small, specific steps, and we should celebrate these small steps along the way to meeting our big goal.

Myth #3: It is easy to make one small change.

Reality: Changing anything takes commitment and time.

Small changes, such as reading for 30 minutes a day or exercising four days a week, seem easy, right? On paper, yes, they do; however, a habit forms from a behavior that is repeated for three months straight. Any type of behavioral change, big or small, requires continuous effort until it becomes an automatic part of our routine. And adding something to your routine means subtracting something else. Reading 30 minutes each day may mean watching less television per day or getting 30 minutes less sleep each night. Even the slightest change is difficult.

Myth #4: Starting January 1st, you are a whole new person.

Reality: You are the exact same person you were the previous year.

Yes, we want to change, we want improvement, and we want a fresh start; however, we cannot re-invent ourselves all at once. Change takes time, commitment, and needs to be done in small goals. Start with changing one small thing about yourself over a period of 3-4 months, then try introducing a new change to your life. Eating healthy, cutting out television, saving more money, and exercising daily are all great goals, but trying to do these all at once will be overwhelming and ultimately will lead to failure in the long term.

Myth #5: You don’t have to write your New Year’s resolutions down. Just thinking about them counts.

Reality: Write your goals down, and allow others to hold you accountable.

Make a list of your goals, the reasons and feelings behind these goals, a plan to obtain these goals, and a timeline. Measurable commitments are easier to keep track of rather than lofty commitments, such as “I want to be happier.” If you want to be happier, find measurable ways to do this, such as meeting new friends, learning a new hobby, and understanding what exactly makes you happy. Keep a log of these things, and ask others to help you meet these goals by holding you accountable.

Your brain is the most powerful tool on the planet. Money could never buy or reproduce it. Managing your brain (and your thoughts) is the most important thing you will ever do to create your desired results.”

As a Life Coach. I learned the latest, laser-like tools and cutting-edge techniques to help you manage thoughts, and actions—and thereby results. My life coach model is amazing and will help you see life in a whole new way.” 

–Angela Caprigno