Trust Builds One Little Notch at a Time
Each time you tell a person how you feel and they don’t reject your for it, trust builds. Not only that – you will have a relationship based on who you authentically are. No mask to come off later and disappoint the other person because they thought you were someone else – the one with the mask.
Anyone who is attracted to reading something called How a coach can help you to build a sense of trust most likely has some trust issues. Those issues impact us in many ways. Following are some examples:
Personal relationships – “What if I’m myself and you leave me?” That is often the basic reason people get into poor relationships in the first place. They ignore their own inner knowledge of themselves by acting how they think the other wants them to act.
Making decisions – “I’m really not sure what to do.” They have a hard time because they don’t trust themselves.
How can a life coach help you with these difficult situations?
When you talk to someone weekly who always supports your agenda, tells you the way they see things in your life quite openly and who has an attitude that your answers are in you, you begin to trust that person.
When that life coach also keeps pointing out the ways your attitudes and emotional responses are right, you begin to trust that person more. And you begin to trust yourself more.
As you experience success after success in support of yourself, you eventually become a trusting person because you know you have the information inside you that will steer you where you want to go in your life. You will know if a person is trustworthy in your personal and work relationships and you will trust yourself to make decisions.
That is one of the things an experience of life coaching can provide you.