Quality of Life

Feeling dissatisfied, bored, or unfulfilled? Try this 3-step approach and see how much the quality of your life actually improves.

What does it mean to have a better quality of life?

Most people say they want to improve the quality of their lives, but with such a big and vague idea it’s hard to find a starting point to do much about it. So, what happens? We leap from problem to problem or from goal to goal, patching up the unhappy and striving for something—anything—better.

Unfortunately, without unifying your purpose it’s likely you’ll never really feel like you’ve actually improved the quality of your life.

3-Step Experiment

Think about your pursuit of a happier quality of life as a 3 step process:

Step 1 – Make Life Possible

Get all of your basic needs met. Make sure you have more than enough food, shelter, employment opportunities, relationships, and things like that.

Step 2 – Make Life Fun

Stuff your everyday life with pleasure. Fill your day with things you love.

Step 3 – Make Life Meaningful

Clarify your personal values and then consciously express them through all your actions.

A Happier Life

Your happier life starts on a solid foundation of satisfied personal needs. Free from striving to survive, you’re able to thrive and THAT’S when life gets really good.

Listen to the Monday Morning Motivational Moment about just this idea. We broadcast live on Jolana’s Morning Radio Show, every Monday morning at 7:30 on WFAS 103.9 FM, New York.

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Author: Lorraine Esposito

Lorraine Esposito Lorraine@Peacemaker-Coach.com 914-410-7502 Lorraine Esposito is a certified professional life coach, mentor coach, owner of The Center for Coaching Mastery at Westchester Community College in New York, and nationally recognized author of The Peacemaker Parent, Solving Problems for Today, Teaching Independence for a Lifetime, Lorraine is the featured life coach for a popular New York radio station, WFAS 103.9 FM and is in collaboration with and featured blogger for the National Football League and USA Football adding a ‘coach approach’ to coaching youth sports. Lorraine’s client base includes CEO’s in the entertainment industry, White House and Capitol Hill public affairs staff, entrepreneurs, global TED speakers, award winning writers, new coaches just starting out, successful business women between 40 and 55 looking for more out of life, and parents needing a little help making good on their parenting promises. Lorraine’s career matches the diversity in her coaching practices. Starting out in the rural mid-west, Lorraine has owned four small businesses; the first, an automobile repair center, started at age 16. Her corporate experience is mainly in negotiating multimillion dollar contracts as the buyer of domestic in-flight food and beverages for Trans World Airlines and then as a procurement manager for the New York City Transit Authority. Lorraine’s strength has always been creatively finding solutions to even the most complicated goal. In addition, Lorraine’s 30 years as a professional fitness coach continues to add depth to all her endeavors. She has been featured in various print, broadcast, and on-line media and is a public speaker regarding personal leadership to community and school-based audiences. Lorraine lives in New York with her husband and two teenage sons.