The coaching movement continues to grow, especially among young adults looking for purpose and direction in life. More and more Millennials and Gen Z’s are hiring life coaches. Here are some insights into why this surge of interest is happening and what our response needs to be.
Whether we initiate a transition ourselves or it happens to us, why leave the process up to chance? How can we navigate the waters of transition more purposefully? As a fellow transitioner, I've struggled to find reasons why some of my own transitions haven't been as successful as they could have been. Here's 5 Reasons why people fail to grow through transition….
Revisiting and reiterating one’s life purpose is a necessary practice for staying on course. As part of this pursuit, it's critical that we create space to reflect and spend some time disengaging our preoccupied minds and warming our hearts that naturally grow cold and unfeeling when we fail to unplug.
David was no stranger to caves. But this cave was more than a place of shelter for a tired shepherd boy. It was a place where he would learn resilience- how to relate to God in times of deep loss and confusion. How to steady his feet on God's promises and forge ahead with hope. Here are some ways we can learn, like David, to practice soul-care in the cave: