Can anyone be a life coach?

I’m not sure if this is a question that can be answered by the person or an entire blog.

What you know is that there are lots of life coaches, and that is a good thing.

But it is easy to lose track of them. And sometimes that means having to write about them as if nothing happened.

So here’s what I’ve done.

In case this makes you feel a bit lost, or bored, or just needs a refresher, here’s a quick rundown that helps make this all a bit easier to digest:

When you read someone’s personal story, the first thing you should do is ask them why they went to all that trouble to tell their story to you.

And the most important thing you should tell them is that you can get in even more trouble by following what you think someone said, you can even get in more trouble than they did, if you follow their advice and the advice of others who have followed them.

(And if you really want to do it, you can even write a blog post on why you might not be following advice.)

If that last part doesn’t sound particularly inspiring, it is, but I’m not going to judge. In fact, it’s probably an understatement to say that it’s a pretty cool thing to do at any age.

But it is a risk for each of us:


What does it mean to follow someone else’s advice? We can follow advice like any good friend will, but the consequences can be disastrous if we follow it too far. When people follow the advice of others, we are less likely to be careful in our own lives because we are less likely to find out the advice doesn’t make sense, or that it goes against our own judgment.

We are less likely to be careful in our own lives because we are less likely to find out the advice doesn’t make sense, or that it goes against our own judgment. And it makes life more unpredictable. Sometimes we just aren’t as careful with our own money, or with our friends, as we could be with their advice.

Now, let’s talk a bit about the consequences of following advice and how to avoid these.

The first step to avoiding making mistakes? It’s not just to avoid letting other people’s advice influence your own. It’s also to stop giving in to the temptation that will come from making assumptions about someone’s motives.

When you follow advice