12 Days of Christmas Coaching Tip: Practice Unconditional Love

12 Days of Christmas Coaching Tip: Practice Unconditional Love

Practicing unconditional love. You might be thinking- What does that mean? And why is it important?  Most of us experience unconditional love for family members and some of our friends. But most of us also look at love as feeling instead of an action verb. And let’s face it… most of our love is conditional… we have no problem honking at that driver who cut us off on the road or being angry with someone who takes our parking spot.

To practice unconditional love means making a commitment… that we choose love as our primary place of being and doing in our lives. What would some of your meetings look like at work if you came to the table intent on loving unconditionally? The ego reaction is set aside.  You are  in full appreciation and love with your fellow coworkers just because they are there and are people. This probably sounds like an impossible dream- a utopia, perhaps. And maybe we cannot love unconditionally 100% of the time. But think of the shift and change for you, if you could practice it and extend it just a little bit more each day?

In my book, Living Successfully and Joyfully Everyday- 90 Days of Inspiration-  I devote a large portion of the book to the idea of love as a successful approach to life.

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Wishing you love, blessings, and joy this Holiday Season.

Warmest,

Coach Sheri

Sheri Kaye Hoff, MA, CGCL.

Your Inspired Action Success Coach. Life Coach and Transformational Author of multiple books.

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2 thoughts on “12 Days of Christmas Coaching Tip: Practice Unconditional Love

  1. Laura Rachwalik

    I’ve heard you speak on this message before and must admit that I’m guilty sometimes of letting my ego come out in meetings. I’m going to practice letting go of my ego in future meetings — and I’m sure there will be a difference.

    Thanks for your wisdom.

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