I know what it’s like to crawl around on my knees in the dark, unsure of where to go or who could help or what do to next.
Sometimes when you’re stuck, it’s hard to find a way out. It’s like being in a corn maze. You know you have to make it to the end eventually, but you keep running into obstacles, going over and over the same paths and winding up in the same dead ends time and time again. You’re not sure which direction to travel. You cannot set your eyes on the goal because the goal is just a vague and distant concept. If you could just see the big picture, the right path would be clear.
Other times, it seems like you’re so far above the fray that you can only see the goal and not the steps that take you there. You have a hard time relating to what’s going on around you or seeing how you can use that to move you toward your goal. You sometimes miss obstacles in the path or hesitate and the path becomes overgrown and opportunities are missed. Details throw you off and you just can’t seem to put one foot in front of the other without stumbling over something you didn’t expect to pop up and get in your way. If you could just find the right path, you’d be able to get where you know you are meant to be!
I chose the name TRP because I found The Right Path (TRP) for me! Your right path will be different from mine. Each of us has a unique Right Path, but you do have one.
I founded TRP Life Coaching because I want to help you discover The Right Path to accomplish your goals and to reach your hopes and dreams.
Thank you for sharing your path with me.
I look forward to our journey!
The Lord is my Shepherd
there is nothing I lack
in green pastures he makes me lie down,
Beside still waters he leads me.
He restores my soul
He guides me along the right paths for the sake of his name.
Psalm 23: 1-3
Picture The Right Path for you.
Go to your favorite room in your house. Stand in the doorway and look around. Cross the room and look around. Get down on your hands and knees and look around. Climb to the highest point and look around.
How does your position change your view? How would working with a coach, who sees things from a vantage point unlike what you’re used to, help you discover a path you hadn’t noticed before, The Right Path for You?