A life coach serves a variety of functions in your life, including helping you reach your full potential, learning more about your true self, and serving as an accountability partner. A life coach is someone who has the responsibility of having meaningful discussions with you and asking insightful questions to facilitate the breakthroughs that will lead to meaningful transformation in your life. A life coach doesn’t tell you what to do; instead, they collaborate with you to help you come up with a solid strategy for yourself. So, you can finally achieve your goals with a proper roadmap. Leigh Tilley is one of those life coaches who’s gonna change your life in a positive way.
Leigh Tilley started his career as a successful software developer and consultant in London in the 90s. He has also worked with many big names like Channel 4 and Teletext. In a nutshell, he has worked with almost all kinds of small, medium, and large businesses, including enterprise setups, trading platforms, and much more. It clearly shows that Leigh Tilley is a man who never stops growing and trying new things in life.
In recent years, life coaching has garnered much attention as an approach to enhancing one’s healthy lifestyle and behaviors. An overview of the evidence regarding coaching interventions used in patient care, the effect of the interventions, and the caliber of the studies published is necessary given that coaching has found its way into healthcare and may offer new ways of involving patients and making them accountable for their health.
Leigh Tilley was achieving new heights of success until July 2, 2013. It was the first time he suffered from blood clotting. Blood clots can be very harmful to health, particularly if blood clots break off and completely or partially block any vein or artery. This medical condition is known as thrombosis. Because the human body has so many blood vessels, blood clots can occur anywhere in the body. Blood clots may cause embolisms or cardiovascular illness if they succeed in reaching the heart, brain, or lungs. Leigh Tilley received 6 severe strokes of blood clotting.
After all this trauma, Leigh Tilley was still hopeful that he could fight this and recover. It wasn’t easy at all but Leigh Tilley did it again and recovered within 2 years. During his recovery, he worked on himself, including his sight, speech, movements (yoga and resistance training), and listening to music. This trauma changed Leigh’s life completely made him a new person. The one who is more thoughtful and wiser. He also started to think deeply about unanswered questions of life like:
- Why am I here and what is my purpose?
- How may I be of service to others?
- What Do I Want?
These are the questions that will get you brainstorming and pondering the mysteries of life!
If you’re interested in what it is like to attend a 10-day silence retreat then check out Leigh’s book or the audiobook version beautifully narrated by Phil Rowe!