Do You Want Transformation?

The tools I teach have helped transform me in the following ways:

  • For 10 years, I had chronic, “can’t-get-off-the-floor” back pain. Thankfully, I haven’t had it for several years because, I believe, the mind-body coaching tools I teach and use have truly helped. 💃
  • I used to constantly try to control my kids. Because of the coaching tools I practice, I parent in a much calmer and happier way. 😀
  • I used to not look forward to what I did every day. Now I can’t wait to run my women’s groups and coach others to help them create what they LOVE 💜 in their lives!
  • AND I used to not like dogs, if you can believe that! Look at me now with our favorite Buttercup, aka “Bubba.” (OK, no coaching tools helped me with this, but because of coaching I was more open and much happier about getting one!)

Interested in learning how life coaching can help TRANSFORM you? Sign up for one of my upcoming groups:

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Kathy

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Kathy McCabe
Life Coach

Don’t Forget To Play!

As summer winds down, how much have you played?

As we get older, some of us tend to minimize the importance of play.

We have responsibilities, tasks and “other things to do.”

Why Play Is So Important

We know about the importance of play for kids. For instance, play-based pre-schools help children develop their social skills and their imaginations. We also know that play promotes concentration, confidence and emotional well-being.

For adults, “play” energizes us. It increases our joy, and it is often a pathway to finding more joy – maybe even a new career!

Practicing “play” can generate creative ideas for your life, lessen your stress, and sometimes help solve problems.

Some experts believe that adults who play live longer and have better relationships.

You don’t have to be an expert to know that people who play more tend to be happier!

How Did You Like To Play As A Kid? 

Take a moment to think about the things you LOVED to do as a child. Maybe you enjoyed riding your bike, hanging out with friends, playing sports, reading comic books, creating artwork or climbing trees….

This weekend, carve out time to do one of the activities you LOVED as a kid.

Maybe you won’t climb a tree – but you could take a beautiful hike!

Have a Playful Weekend!

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Kathy McCabe
Life Coach

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Will You Regret Staying In Your Comfort Zone?

A ship in the harbor is safe, but that is not what ships are built for.” — John A. Shedd

We all feel vulnerable or uneasy when we decide to try a new skill or career, or make a change in our lives. We risk failure and rejection.

But growing requires that we go beyond what feels comfortable.

Likewise, asking for what we want can feel uncomfortable.

But If I am Comfortable, Why Bother Growing? 

Of course, you don’t have to move out of your comfort zone. It’s often safe and easy.

But it can be more painful to stay there.

Hospice caregivers report that people at the end of their lives feel most regretful about what they didn’t try, do or say.

Think about the cost to you if you never:

  • Go for that dream.
  • Take that special trip.
  • Ask for that promotion.
  • Write that book.
  • Try that new career.
  • Spend more quality time with your kids.

When You Break Out of Your Comfort Zone, You Will Have No Regrets 

I have worked with many women who had to become “uncomfortable” to get what they wanted – whether it was changing careers, asking for more money or flexibility, or asking their spouse to seek counseling.

When people move out of their comfort zones, I see one common theme: They have no regrets, regardless of whether they are successful.

So here’s a mini-challenge for you:

  • Think about what you really want to achieve, have or become.
  • Now imagine you are at the end of your life and you have never tried to go after any of those things.
  • Do you think you would feel regretful?
  • If the answer is “yes”… This is good to know.

There is no better time to start taking a small step towards what you really want!

I’d love to hear how you are breaking out of your comfort zone!

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Kathy McCabe
Life Coach

P.S.—If  you want help coming out of your comfort zone….Join one of my upcoming Fall Groups, click HERE to learn more!