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August 26, 2019

There are times in our lives when it’s simply time to move on, but how do we know when it’s right? This
is a common topic in my work as a Life Coach. People are growing, expanding, and becoming more of
themselves so the time to move on and let go of things that no longer serve them comes along regularly.
Often times there is a lot of confusion and/or fear around it so I’ll go into this in an attempt to alleviate
some of that.


Usually people make changes out of frustration and even anger. People get fed up with the way
something is going, the inner resistance builds up, they feel like a victim of something or someone and
they blow a gasket. They quit their job or leave a relationship, etc. Sometimes these chang...

August 12, 2019

Who doesn’t want clarity??? We all do of course. Everyone would like to be clear on who they are,
where they’re going, what decision is best for them, etc. So, how do we achieve it? That’s what I’m
diving into today…


The largest block in the way of clarity is cloudiness. In life, cloudiness looks like movement and
confusion due to blending multiple things together or perspectives being blurred by emotion and/or
closeness to the situation. The first thing we need to do in order to gain clarity is to hit the brakes and
slow down. Stopping the movement is first. When water is muddy, you can’t keep moving it around to
attempt to gain clarity and life is the same way. First we have to stop the movement, slow down a...

July 29, 2019


This topic can be approached from many different angles. In this blog, I’ll be approaching it from the
arguments over issues angle. A good example of this are political debates that seem to be ongoing and
never-ending.


When it comes to arguing issues people can be grouped into three general categories.


1. People on one side
2. People in the middle (undecided or open to change)
3. People on the other side


Most arguments pick up steam and continue endlessly because Group 1 feels they’re right, are locked
into their position and try to prove their point and change the mind of Group 3. However, Group 3 feels
they are right, are locked into their position and spend their time trying to prove their point to Group 1...

July 15, 2019

This is a question I get asked often: how do I raise my self-esteem? The simple answer is: do esteem-
able things! Thank you, this blog is done. The rest are knock knock jokes, lol.


I guess I can get into a little more detail. Self-esteem is defined as: confidence in one's own worth or
abilities; self-respect. So if we are trying to have confidence in our worth and respect ourselves, we
should do things that would display these things to ourselves. If you respect someone and value their
worth, you would take their likes and dislikes into consideration and attempt to treat them in a manner
that they enjoy. This is what you need to do for yourself.


If you don’t like being judged, put down and made to feel bad…do...

July 8, 2019

Shame is a powerful and low-level vibration. It can incite another dangerous low-level vibration called
depression. I believe Brene’ Brown said it best after her in-depth research saying that guilt is when you
feel you did something wrong and shame is when you feel you ARE something wrong. Guilt is bad
enough…feeling like we’ve done something wrong can be extremely detrimental unless looked at and
dealt with. However, if we feel that there is something wrong with us…that takes it to a completely
different level.


You see, when we feel there is something wrong with us (inherently or developed), that is when hope
diminishes. If we feel there is something wrong with us, that’s basically implying that we’re broken...

July 1, 2019

Thoughts and prayers are a wonderful way to connect with a power greater than ourselves and to infuse
positive energy into situations. Everything is energy including our thoughts…they’ve even been able to
measure a thought as a unit of energy in quantum physics. There also have been many studies that
have proven thoughts and prayers have a positive impact and improve outcomes. I do have to mention
that these studies have had mixed results since it’s a difficult topic to study. There was also a study
done in 1993 where a group of TM-Sidhas meditating on peace actually decreased crime in Washington
by 23.3%.


There is much scientific evidence that backs this idea however even if there wasn’t…it’s a matter of
fait...

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