How much do you believe in yourself?
How often do you exercise your faith muscle?
Today is one of Christianity’s most sacred days, the Assumption of Holy Mary in Heaven, and what better opportunity to talk about faith and its lifesaving impact than this? So what does faith have to do with taking your life to the next level?
Faith can save your life, and we are not referring only to religious faith, of course.
Either you believe in God or not, faith is the inner conviction that things are happening for us and not to us. The inner belief that no matter how terrible something looks or how negative, everything will work out well.
In life coaching, we call faith a muscle. We try to exercise it as much as we can to get it stronger and healthier day by day. Our training coaches in the Universal Training program “Life Coaching and Leadership” and in GAC thrive at this attribute, read more here https://www.universaltraining.edu.gr/akadimaiki-metekpaideysi/life-coaching and book your coaching session for GAC here https://www.globalacademyofcoaching.com/.
Faith is the ultimate competency that helps us trust ourselves. If we believe in the superiority of our masterplan, no drawback can impede our progress. And, luckily for us, there are many ways to expand the faith. For example, an excellent idea to get a head start and find the inspiration to start restoring trust in yourself is by joining our online Masterclass “How to upgrade your career, have a prosperous life, and create more time” on 31st August (subscribe for free here: https://jillandnikolas.com/workshops/seminaria/masterclass/ ).
Faith is the only springboard we need to claim full responsibility for our actions. In other words, when we believe in our strengths, we try, and when we try, we succeed!