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  • Writer's pictureSteph Davies

How to be at your best

Updated: Oct 17, 2022

Life after Cancer coach Steph, will guide you through a series of questions to help create a recipe that will allow you to be at your best more often.


There will be areas of your life that you are already operating at your version of your best. We will look together at where you are at your best and guide you towards creating a plan to enable you to be at your best more often.


In any area we have the potential to get make improvements. You only need 9 minutes, a quiet space and a pen and paper to get started on creating your own recipe.


Here are a series of prompts to help you -

  • What does best mean to you?

  • What would it be like to be at your best more often?

  • How do you currently behave when you're at your best?

  • What ingredients do you currently use to be at your best?

  • How do you speak to yourself when you're at your best?

  • What would enable you to speak to yourself in that way more often?

  • What state are you in when you're at your best?

  • What would enable you to be at that state more often?

  • When you are not at your best, what is happening

  • What 3 ingredients will make the biggest difference to you being at your best more often?

  • When will you start using these ingredients?


We hope at the end of this that you have clarity around what best means to you, where you already operate at your best and the ingredients you use to do this.


You now have the three ingredients that will make the biggest difference and you are clear when you will start using them.


Here is your final question -

  • What needs to happen next in order for you to be at your best more often?

 

If you would like to work with Steph on how to be at your best, or any element of your life after cancer, you might be interested in discussing one to one coaching.



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