Take a look at the free coaching tools and journal prompts that I have included in my previous posts. You can download them all here and use them either by yourself as a self-coaching activity or by partnering with a close friend/colleague.
Whenever I create some coaching tools or a set of journal prompts for my posts I will add them to this page so watch this space for updates!
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Identify your core values
Find out more about Rediscovering Core Values through a variety of activities.
Create your Wheel of Life
Further information about the Wheel of Life exercise is available in my Steps to becoming a coach post along with details about other coaching techniques and useful resources for coaches.
Visualise your ideal day
Further information about the Ideal Day exercise is available in my Steps to becoming a coach post along with details about other coaching techniques and useful resources for coaches.
Align with your core values
Further information on living in alignment with your values is available in my Steps to becoming a coach post along with details about other coaching techniques and useful resources for coaches.
Capture and challenge your inner critic
For more details on working through your limiting beliefs and challenging your inner critic see my Coach Training Update post (which also contains some helpful tips for new coaches).
What characters inhabit your inner boardroom?
More details on how to carry out this exercise, and other creative coaching tools, are available in my Life after coach training post.
Compile your fun list
Want to know how to get some more fun in your life? Read my Let’s talk about the F word post.
Explore your career timeline
Full instructions on how to complete this exercise and all the accompanying coaching questions are available in the Exploring your career timeline post.
Generate your career options
Further coaching questions to help you reflect on your career can be found in my Discover what your really want from your career post.
Maintain your Monk Mindset
Check out my review of Jay Shetty’s book, Think Like a Monk, and read the former monk’s tips on uncovering your authentic self, discovering your true calling in life, and addressing the negativity and fear that is holding you back.
Create your own inspiration board
In need of a boost of motivation? For tips on how to recall all the things that light you up and inspire you to take action then check out my post on creating your own inspiration board.
Morning Journal Template
Get your day off to a flying start using these 5 morning journal prompts.
Build a daily mindfulness practice
Want to bring some calm into your day? Wish you could be more present and enjoy the here and now? Find out How to Build a Mindfulness Practice and create your own moments of mindfulness.
Beat the digital overwhelm
Are you finding it hard to put down your phone or pull yourself away from the scrolling? Do you feel information overload from all the online resources that are now available? In need of a digital detox? Download this 2 page worksheet and read the accompanying post to find out how to Beat Digital Overwhelm!
Summer Holiday Planner
Wondering how you are going to manage work and home life while keeping the kids entertained over the school summer holidays? Download the 3 page planner above and then read my post on how to create your very own summer holiday survival strategy.
Regain your focus and get back on track after the summer holidays
Ready to return to work after the school holidays and get on with pursuing your goals? Download this 2 page planner and reflect on the accompanying prompts to reconnect with what is really important to you, establish your goals, define the tasks that you want to focus on over the next 3 months and manage any distractions that might get in your way.
Keen to get organised this Christmas? Check out my post on Keeping your cool at Christmas time.
Journal prompts to help you to review your year and focus on the year ahead
If you would like to spend some time reflecting on the events that have happened in the year and want to set some goals or intentions for the next 12 months then read my top tips on how to Kickstart your yearly review and find your focus for the year ahead.