Are you part of a "team" that's not quite in synch? A group that's falling all over itself - whether this is a family, group of friends or colleagues at work. Take a look at the teams you're involved with.
Humans are, by nature, members of groups. Oh, you may think of yourself as a loaner but when push comes to shove, you don't survive alone. Even Sandra Bullock in "The Net" really wanted relationships with others but was painfully shy (and nerdy).
But also as humans we want to "do our own thing". We think we've got our stuff together and we know how to get along with everyone or worse yet, we don't care if we get along.
We should care and we need to invoke the greatest knowledge possible to interact in a productive manner each and every day. We don't know what's going on in other folks' minds. We don't even really know what they mean when they say things. We THINK we know what they mean but we rarely will ask for clarification or verification of what they really mean. So we blithely go along acting in response to what we THINK.
You've heard the expression/quote that says "Insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results". Sometimes we don't realize that we are doing the same things over and over - we just do them. That's the power (not always good) of habit. And awareness is required for us to see the habits that sort of run our days. You can work on this yourself by paying attention to EVERYTHING you do but that could get cumbersome and might even defeat your purpose and develop other habits. There is nothing wrong with stopping before you think or act though and analyzing why you are taking that action. That will help you become aware.
You can also solicit an "accountability" buddy and ask that person to help you recognize when you do something you've decided you want to change. Of course, that accountability buddy can also be considered a coach since you've asked someone outside of yourself to examine your behavior and help you identify when and why you do something.
We all can use help or support. That is exactly what a coach does. You can use a coach in any way you choose - any way you think will help you conquer your problem. Life Coaches (or even Law of Attraction coaches like myself) help you in whatever area of your life you are looking to improve. You identify an area you want to change and the coach will help you get your ducks in a row and help you figure out what you have to do in order to achieve that goal. You can have one primary coach with many additional supporters or you could even have various coaches. I know people who have both life coaches and business coaches. I can see the benefit in that for sure.
Figure out if you've been doing the same thing over and over again without getting the results you want.
Then consider using a Law of Attraction coach to help you continuously raise your vibration and stay on those high-flying discs in order to achieve your goal. Contact me if you're interested in seeing what we could do together.