Of all the things successful people do to accelerate their path to the lifestyle they want, working with a coach is at the top of the list. Oola Coaching is the formula I discovered that has transformed not only my life, but the lives of more than a million people around the world.
What is Oola? It’s short for Ooh-la-la . . . that feeling you get when you wake up every day happy, growing and looking forward to what life has next. It’s living a balanced life in our unbalanced world. With vibrant good health, equally healthy finances, family and friends who support you, fun times, and a career or calling that inspires you every day. That’s the Oola Life.
And now, my new calling is helping people get their own Oola Life . . . whatever defines it for you.
Let’s take a look.
Overwhelming debt. Marriages on life support. Time bandits that leave no room for family, friends, or fun. This is what our modern-day culture has brought us to. And it all adds up to over-scheduled and overworked lives that are out of balance.
Luckily, there’s a solution.
This 7-step formula, based on the bestselling book series, Oola: Finding Balance in an Unbalanced World, is one I use with clients because it’s designed to quickly lower stress and make space for a life of purpose, success and satisfaction:
Fitness: Eliminating sugar, processed foods, bad fats and addictive substances — emphasizing whole foods instead — brings about the mental clarity, confidence and high energy needed to focus on goals in the other 6 areas of your life.
Finance: Eliminating debt — and the accompanying stress it brings — returns personal finances to a more manageable routine where monthly budgeting, auto-saving for retirement, and planning major purchases are the norm.
Family: If you’re not working on your marriage, you’re working on your divorce. Additionally, focusing on your inner circle family members (and protecting them from toxic family “outliers”) eliminates drama and creates a safe environment for kids to grow.
Field: Studies show up to 70% of people hate their jobs. If that describes you, creating a plan to safely transition into a new role (or new field entirely) is key to finding balance.
Faith: While I don’t tell clients what to believe, having an active faith walk — with prayerful meditation time, church affiliation, and regular study — keeps people balanced.
Friends: Friends influence our life, career and relationship decisions, so “reverse-engineering” the friendships you want is crucial. And friends who create drama? Decide whether to have a crucial conversation or simply unfriend, unfollow, delete.
Fun: Adding everyday fun and bigger “bucket list” trips and experiences not only adds to the joy of life, it delivers physiological benefits like lower stress and beneficial human connection. Yet too many adults plan to wait until retirement. Fun is necessary.
Achieving a life of contentment, vibrant good health, ample finances, and supportive relationships is what I help clients with. If any of this sounds interesting to you, I would like to encourage you to learn about these principles further in my FREE Group: Frustrated + Fatigued Moms.
If you are ready to Live Your Best Life, contact me to start working on your 7 areas and getting the life you dream of and deserve.