If you are serious about changing how you make choices and living your life to the fullest, this Coaching Companion is for you. Designed to supplement Kate Larsen’s book, Progress Not Perfection: Your Journey Matters, this workbook will help you gain a deeper sense of fulfillment and a mastery over your life choices.
Progress Not Perfection Coaching Companion lets you dive deeper, expand your reflections, and solidify action plans while reading Progress Not Perfection. This tool can help you improve your health, relationships, faith walk, and your impact on the world! You will learn to
- Slow down without guilt
- Set healthy boundaries with yourself and others
- Be present with a child, spouse, or friend
- Turn off the work
- Rejuvenate your marriage
- Increase your energy
- Be patient with yourself and others
- Be less resistant to change
- Reach for the fuller dimensions of life
This self-coaching guide will help you learn how to negotiate with yourself to make the best choice in the moment, making the impossible possible. The exercises will show you how to handle that overwhelmed frustrated person that sometimes takes over your thinking so you will no longer feel controlled by circumstances or other people. And you’ll be able to share your insights with friends, children, family members, and even co-workers.
Clients who have used and grown through Kate’s book include:
- Study groups – for participants wanting to enhance or improve specific areas of their lives
- Couples exploring their values and visions for their futures
- Families, as a guide for creating a family vision and action plans for their school year, work lives, and vacation plans
- Individuals evaluating what’s next in life at career of life transition points
How the Coaching Companion Works
Progress Not Perfection Coaching Companion is clearly written and simple to follow as it guides your exploration and thoughts through activities and varied approaches. With ample writing space for reflection and action plans, the Companion offers twelve weeks of study, each week broken down into five days. The first day reviews takeaways from Progress Not Perfection. Days two through five dig into specific study and planning. Each day’s study intensity (time commitment ranges from 15-45 minutes) is designated to help you plan your time with the workbook.