How would you describe your perfect life?
What would you have in your perfect life? Who would be with you? What would you be focused on work-wise? How would you spend your recreational time? Where would you live? How would you live? Who would you be? Who could you become?
The reason I am asking you these questions is that I am working with several clients who are at that special time in life when they are ready to have a perfect life. And I do mean perfect, not just better. Not just easier. Not just great. Not just ideal. But perfect. Literally. In every area – family, work, money, health, enjoyment, fulfillment, happiness. All within 2 years.
People have strong opinions about having a perfect life…
Since I’ve been talking about the idea of having a perfect life and begun coaching clients to have one, I’ve come across two basic reactions from people.
The first type of person says something like, “A perfect life? Ha, dream on!” or “Honey, you don’t live in New York!” I totally understand their skepticism. After all, when’s the last time someone asked you if you wanted a perfect life? Most of us have certainly thought about improving our lives and perhaps you are working to have more of what you want in your life and less of what you don’t want. But having a perfect life? That’s something else.
However, the second type of person I’ve shared the idea of having a perfect life with has had a different response. They react with something like “Wow, I’ve always wanted that!” or “A perfect life? Now, THAT’S worth going for.”
If that was your response, please read on.
Is a perfect life possible?
It’s my view that we humans have come far enough as a species to both be able to design a perfect life and to feel good about having one once we attain it. The days of following someone else’s blueprint of existence are just plain over. At last, WE get to choose exactly how we want our life to be, and now we have the tools to help us get there.
It’s about time. The way I see it, even though we are living longer, life is still far too short to have anything less than a perfect life.
I would like to help you attain a perfect life…
If we haven’t met before, let me introduce myself. My name is Dr. Monique Belton. I have been a licensed Clinical Psychologist for more than 18 years and I have been coaching some of my clinical clients professionally for over a decade. I coach clients in several important areas.
I work with people who are paying too high a price for success. I help them reduce the price of success until the cost is zero
I work with mid-life professionals making career transitions
I work with female physicians and other health professional to balance work and family life
And I also coach clients to have a perfect life. To do this, I use something called the Perfect Life Program. Coachville, where I received some of my formal training as a coach, developed the Perfect Life Program and has licensed me to use it with clients.
The Perfect Life Program is simply powerful and totally unique…
The basic premise of the Perfect Life Program is quite simple – that going for – and having — A Perfect Life is a valid, exciting and do-able target. And, because I have been trained and certified to use the Perfect Life Program, I have access to literally hundreds of tools, models, principles and checklists (that I can share with you) which will help you design and attain a perfect life in every area – business, personal and whatever else you can think of. You cannot get these tools – or this approach – anywhere other than from a Coach University-trained coach who has been licensed to offer this program. The Perfect Life Program and the tools are unique and powerful.
Still wondering if you can design and have a perfect life?
Designing and living a perfect life may sound like a stretch, but what’s wrong with that? I have found that it is often easier to reach large goals like this one than it is to reach merely incremental ones. Why? Because by setting such a compelling target, you are naturally prompted to come up with new and better ways to get there. And in the process you evolve. Naturally. So, having a perfect life is not as difficult as it may sound.
Is having a perfect life appealing enough to you to begin?
I guess the questions to ask yourself now are:
· Is having a Perfect Life, in all areas, something that appeals to me?
· Is this something I can get excited about?
· Would I like to make having a Perfect Life a priority for myself?
If the answer to any of these questions is yes, then I’d like the chance to share with you a single-page worksheet that I have found extremely useful in the initial design phase of this process. My clients just love it. I am happy to fax, send or email this to you at no charge and with no obligation, of course.
I am using the same worksheet in my own life and it works wonders! I can’t believe that something so BIG has been made so simple.
A perfect life can be part of your weekly coaching…
Designing and then crafting a perfect life is a perfect focus for coaching. Each week, you and I would talk and strategize together about how to put every element of a perfect life in your life, no matter who you are and where you are along this path. You really can do this! And I would like (actually, love) to help.
A perfect life begins with a single step…
Intrigued? Open to having a perfect life? Then, please take the first step by calling me at (631) 549-7314 or emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org for a copy of the Perfect Life Program worksheet. After taking a look at the worksheet, you’ll know whether this is going to fit in your life, right now.
Monique Belton, Ph.D., Coach and Clinical Psychologist
P.S. I should have mentioned that there are over 100 variations of A Perfect Life including A Perfect Relationship, A Perfect Small Business, A Perfect Vacation and even A Perfect Bedroom. They are yours for the asking for your own personal use.