Friday, 21 December 2007

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Friday, 17 August 2007

How to stop hesitating?

I know a lot of people who hesitate and therefore don't do it. They start analyzing an thinking about what will happen and probably thinking about negative outcome or worst case scenario. And there is very good old adage - 'analysis - paralysis'.

So how to stop hesitating? The answer is simple - do it. As Susan Jeffers says in her book - Feel the Fear and Do it Anyway.Even if you fail its better to fail fast. When you take action you learn something and get feedback(remember there is no failure, only feedback) and build on it.
When you take action straight away you will have an advantage because majority will still be hesitating and doing nothing.

If you have been hesitating make decision right now and do it whatever it is - start your own business, career change, sign up for the course, ask the girl you admire to go out or even get a life coach.

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Until next time

Coach Andy

Tuesday, 7 August 2007

If you don't do what you would like to do

Today I want to talk again how to get started doing something( exercise, meditation.......) you want to do but usually don't do or avoid.

Lets take exercise as an example. Most people think that they have to exercise early in the morning or go to the gym, but they hate getting up early and don't like or haven't got time to go to the gym. They have picture in mind associating exercise with getting up early in the morning, going to the gym... and as it doesn't look to attractive and pleasant people find reasons - excuses not to do it(i am tired today, i haven' got time today, sleep is part of good health.....).

So how to avoid this traps? First of all if you hate getting up in the morning, you don't have to do it. Set more favorable and convenient time for your exercise (evening, lunch break....) and more attractive form of exercise ( if you don't like going to the gym, choose something else you enjoy doing - dancing, yoga, walking, cycling.....). If you don't have time to go to the gym - buy a mat and CD and do yoga or any other type of exercise at home.

The same things can be applied to other activities - meditation, reading..... it's easy to do it , just make it more attractive and associate it with pleasure.

To find out more about self improvement and how to claim free life coaching consultation go to

I would live to hear about your success.

Until next time

Coach Andy

Wednesday, 1 August 2007

How to become more efficient

Last week I went Brighton for a life coaching training day. I've learnt a lot and I would like to share with you one thing which will improve your efficiency.I hope Neil and Natasha (coaches who were speakers at the training day) won't mind.

So every morning make a list of 7 most important jobs you have to do on that day. List by importance . Then every Monday make a list of 7 most important things you have to do that week. At the beginning of the month make a list of 7 most important jobs you have to do that month. And finally at the beginning of the year list 7 things you need to do during the following year.
To make the process easier you can compile a table with 7 rows and either do it on the computer or print out and then write jobs you have to do. But remember use paper wisely as we need to save trees and our planet.
At the end of the day, week.... you need to go through the list and check if you completed task or not. If you haven't done something from your list ask yourself why and reschedule the task.

I hope this helps and I would like to hear about your progress.

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Until next time


Saturday, 21 July 2007

Power of public commitment

Currently I am reading great book 'The Psychology of Persuasion' by Robber B. Cialdini and I found very interesting story. A person was trying to quit smoking and kept relapsing but then he decided to make one change - her wrote on the back on his business card 'I promise you that I will never smoke another cigarette' and gave a copy of his card to his friends and colleagues. As he says quiting smoking 'cold turkey' was hardest thing he's ever done and he was tempted to smoke many times, however public commitment always stopped him from doing it and he's never had a fag again.

So if you have been trying stop doing or start doing and but unsuccessfully try this method it's really powerful. Let me know if it worked for you.

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Until next time


Thursday, 12 July 2007

How to get started

Many people plan to start doing something but they never start. Sounds familiar, doesn't it?

Here is the thing - a lot of people doesn't start doing because they sets very high standards to themselves which are very unlikely to be achieved immediately, i.e doesn't do any exercise and want to start exercising 5 times a week for one hour or want to make a million dollar from his own business but he even hasn't got his own business and never had. Do you think those people are likely to succeed. The answer is no with very few exceptions.

So how to get started. The answer is very simple - lower your standards and start from very small. For instance, if you don't exercise, start from 10 minutes twice a week. If you want to start meditating, start from 5 minutes 3 times a week.

And guess what, when you start exercising, meditating or whatever you going to do, you probably will do more, because time goes fast, especially when you enjoy the process.

When you feel comfortable with your task, start gradually increasing time, intensity.......

So start from small and take action right now.

I hope it will help and I would be glad to hear your success stories.
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Until next time



Friday, 6 July 2007

There is no failure - only feedback

Today I'd to talk about failure and to your surprise, I can say that there is no failure and only feedback or learning experience. Let me explain what I mean. Here is the thing, when you do anything you either get what you want or sometimes the result is not exactly what you expected. Nevertheless, you still can learn something from it and do better next time. In order to do better you need to change you approach, strategy, attitude etc., because it's insane to do same things over and over again and expect different result.

The only failure in life is failure to participate or in other words do nothing. So role you sleeves and take action right now - go to the gym, start eating healthy, think positively.... To find out more about how to start taking action go to and you can get free consultation.

Finally as one of greatest coach in the world Tony Robbins says that all success is based on fundamentals of failure.

Until next time


Friday, 29 June 2007

Having belief in your yourself

When you set a goal it's very important to believe that you can and will achieve your goal. Your belief should be at least 100%, otherwise you are less likely to get your goal. Lets think for a moment how can you achieve your goal if you don't believe you will achieve.I think it's impossible to achieve your goals if your don't believe in your abilities. Moreover, it's insane to do things your don't believe it's gonna work or succeed.
So trust yourself you can do it. You have resources you just need to uncover them

To find out more how to start believing in yourself and claim free life coaching consultation go to

Until next time

Live you dream

Life coach Andy

Tuesday, 19 June 2007

Goal setting

Lets talk about goals and when I say goals I mean proper, great goals. People think they have goals but what most have is wishes - I wish I lost weight, I wish to eat healthier, I'd like to have more money.... or I am going to start work out next week, I'll quit smoking next month.... you know what I am talking about. Unfortunately this wishes/goals usually never comes to reality.
So let me explain how to set great goals and achieve them.
First of all, goals must be put in writing.
Second, goals must be specific, in other words you need to know what you really want and have a vision, i.e. to make £5000 a month, 50k a year, achieve your ideal weight - 60kg. It's not a goal if it's written like that, 'I want to make more money', 'I want to lose weight'.
Third feature of a great goal is measurable - this means that goals should be broken down in small chunks in order to measure your progress towards the end result and of course at the end you must be measurable - look at your bank account, stand on the scales.... otherwise you won't know if you achieved your goal or not.
Fourth, when you set a goal you need to take full responsibility and this means you have to commit to yourself that you are going to do anything is needed in order to achieve the goal. And when you take responsibility you are in control and it's up to you to achieve the goal.
Fifth, when you set a goal it is very important to put a specific time i.e. It's 7 September 2007 I have at least 5 clients a week. Never put - tomorrow, next week,next year etc.
Finally, relate the end result with positive empowering emotions. Think how will you be feeling when you achieve your goal and when you working towards your goal always thing about the end result and the positive feelings, for instance, I am feeling self confident and fulfilled, have a lot of energy.

To find out more about goal setting and have e free life coaching consultation go to , email: or call 447962837847.

Peace and peace

Life coach Andy


Saturday, 9 June 2007

Life coach versus self help books

Hello guys,

I hope you are well and today I want to talk about coach versus self help books, so lets get started.

You might say I don’t need a coach, I can read self help books, I can go to the seminar and change my life myself. Unfortunately is not true and here is the answer. You get a lot of information and knowledge from books and seminars, which is excellent but very few people are capable to put all the information into practice and take consistent action. Just think for a moment how many times you said to yourself 'I'll start going to the gym next week', 'I am gonna stop eating junkies', etc.; When time comes in 99% of case people do nothing and make excuses such as 'I am tired today', i got only 30 min. 'I'll do 1 hour tomorrow', etc. There are a few reasons for not taking action or putting off things you are suppose start doing right now. The main one is that majority of human beings are not accountable to themselves and here steps in a life coach who keeps you helps you to draw an action plan, breaks it down into small chunks and keeps you accountable.

To find out more about the benefits of having a life coach visit my website

Until next time

God bless you

Coach Andy

Thursday, 7 June 2007

Get a life coach and change your life


HI my name is Andy and I am a life coach. In this blog I will be giving free tips how to create a better and more enjoyable life.
Just in case have you know nothing about life coaching I'll briefly explain to you. Life coaching is accelerated process to success. Life coach is a person who helps you to discover your strength and weaknesses and guides you to success.
All athletes has a coach in order to achieve better result so i f you want get more of your life get a life coach too. I offer free consultation during which I'll show you how you can benefit from having a life coach. also I'll talk bout it more in the future posts.

To find out more about life coaching visit my website , email:

Until next time

Live your dream

Life coach Andy