What does “Wishing you the best for 2013” mean from your life coach?

What does “Wishing you the best for 2013” mean from your life coach?

Thoughts from your life coach for the new year As I signed my holiday greeting cards, I usually sign off with “Wishing you all the best for 2013!” It sparked my thoughts about what I really meant by that phrase “all the best”. What am I hoping for my friends and family?

In many ways, as a life coach, they are the same hopes and wishes that I hold for myself and my clients, reflecting the elements in life that I value. Here is the fuller version of what that means to me:

I wish for you a life of fulfillment, living aligned moment by moment with your values.

I wish for you a created life of conscious choices picked from a wide field of options.

I wish for you a community to surround you with love, support and accountability.

I wish for you challenges to grow, stretch and transform you into the person you are becoming.

I wish for you connection to your deepest feelings and moments – the highs and lows and everything in between.

I wish for you a year beyond what you could imagine.

Peace and Joy,
anne

 

By: Anne Whitmore


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