The best advice from life coaches

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The best advice I’ve ever given
When making a tough decision, ask yourself what you would choose if you come from a place of love rather than of fear.

The best advice I’ve ever received 
Start a gratitude journal.  Even in the darkest days of your life, you can find five things to be grateful for.  It will shift your attention from what’s missing to how blessed you are.

My fellow life coaches-in-training also shared their favorite words of advice:

Natalia Chouklina, wisdom seeker and giver, life coach

The best advice I’ve ever given

Live the life that’s fully yours. Meaning, stop looking at others and make decisions that fully aligned with you.

The best advice I’ve ever received

Let go and let God. I’m not traditionally spiritual so the way I interpreted this advice is to work with partnership with life and all the other forces out there, rather than pushing through them. Funny enough, I got a very similar advice for labor—get out of the way and let your body do what it needs to do because it knows.

Iman Boussaada, dreamer, lover of overcoming, life coach

The best advice I’ve ever given

Where you come from has very little to do with where you are going. You get to decide what you take with you and you get to decide where you are going. Don’t let anyone try and predict your path when it’s entire existence is up to you.

The best advice I’ve ever received

STOP caring what other people think. It doesn’t matter what anyone else thinks about what you are doing, who you are with, what you love…At the end of the day everyone has something to say but they do not pay your bills or have to live with the consequence (good and bad) of your choices.


Katie Maloney, courageous adventurer, life coach

The best advice I’ve ever given

“You can have everything you want!” So many times women will say I “just” want someone or something, as if asking for a portion of what we want will make it more likely to occur or that’s all we deserve. When we believe we can have everything we want, we ask for it and receive it!

The best advice I’ve ever received

“You always have choices.”  Looking at life honoring my power to choose my experience frees me from grasping and forcing and opens me to possibility.

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