Why Family Coaching Works by Dr. Paul Jenkins, PhD
Life coaching is a service that has been designed to assist individuals, couples, families, and organizations to achieve their highest potential.
Coaching is a deliberate process of focused conversations to create an environment for individual, family, and corporate prosperity, living on purpose, and sustained improvement in all aspects of life.
Genius Was Once Described …
… as the ability to take the complex and describe it in simple terms without oversimplifying. Dr. Paul’s keen insights into marriage and family has allowed him to distill these seemingly complicated topics down to practical core concepts. This is a gift absent in the motivational industry.
This is accomplished through the four P’s which are:
Principle: Add power to your life through principle. Principles are always true in every context. Natural laws are examples of principles – like gravity. Gravity will act on you whether you believe in it or not – and whether you like it or not. Identify the correct principles that will create freedom in your life, and get busy applying them. Principles govern.
Paradigm: Add power to your life through paradigm. The most powerful concept I have discovered in psychology is that there are two paradigms (victim vs. hero). You can choose which paradigm you embrace, and the outcome of each is sure. If you adopt a victim paradigm, you will experience misery and captivity. If you adopt a hero paradigm, you will experience happiness and liberty.
Purpose: Add power to your life through purpose. Your life is going somewhere for sure. Where it goes depends a lot on where you aim it. Develop a personal mission statement, and also one for your marriage, family, business, or other ventures. Start living on purpose. The phrase, “Live On Purpose” has a nice double meaning – that you have a clear purpose or mission for your life, and that you do it intentionally.
Passion: Add power to your life through passion. Passion is the driving force that motivates you. After you have successfully learned principles, the challenge is to apply those principles in your life in meaningful ways. This requires change, and to change you must find ways to get leverage on yourself. Passion for life increases dramatically as you begin to spend more of your time doing the things that you love for the people who love what you do.