Erin is an intuitive lifestyle coach, meditation teacher, and chef. She provides encouragement and advice to clients on various personal and professional difficulties. Giving guidance, consulting, coaching, mentoring, and offering treatment is not the same as life coaching. Erin can be hired to assist you with specific career projects, personal goals, and transitions.
She connects with her clients and mentees through the clubhouse and other virtual means. A coach assists you in growing by examining your current circumstances, recognizing mental blocks and other potential hurdles and obstacles, and developing a personalized plan of action to help you reach particular life goals. During covid, there was a significant rise in the need for coaches as the new mode of life was difficult for everyone to navigate.
The need for life coaches has surged due to the pandemic because life has changed considerably in general, and people have to adjust to unexpected circumstances. Life coaches thrive in this area. People can locate a skilled specialist to assist them with some aspects of their lives because practically every field has unique skill sets.
Bruce Harold Lipton is an epigeneticist and developmental biologist with a successful Youtube channel. It happens to be Erin’s favorite channel, as she loves the guidelines he provides in his videos. They revolve around reducing stress and taking care of one’s mental health. The tips and tricks have proven to work for many, which makes them unique for everyone.
Throughout the podcast, Erin talks about how incorporating changes bit by bit in life is necessary. According to the study, Minor improvements can result in substantial gains in terms of energy, better sleep, and a lower risk of cardiovascular disease. Actual benefits are reachable, and it is worthwhile to make changes in your daily decisions and behaviors to benefit your health.
She also emphasizes the need to take charge of one’s own life. You will never obtain happiness or self-contentment if you allow others to control your life. It’s simpler to make significant life decisions like pursuing hobbies, long-term professional objectives, and relationships once you’ve mastered the art of being in control. As a result, social bonds are strengthened. It also encourages a more robust pain tolerance. Reduces the likelihood of negative mental processes, such as comparing yourself to others.
The world has become very unoriginal. People are too busy thinking about how others may perceive them. They lose their sense of originality over the concept of pleasing others, and this makes them miserable on the inside. Misery leads to a lack of happiness in life with no personal enjoyment, so it is imperative that one lives their truth and enjoys life.
Once you live a good life you enjoy, you take delight and strength within yourself to conquer any hurdle. It does not mean you’ll never have another problem; it simply means you’ll be able to accept it and fight to solve it. Coaches like Erin are here to help everyone out and assist them in living a good life.
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