The Cost of Inner Conflict

Amy Magyar, Coach

FromWithin Coaching’s very own Certified Life Coach Augusta Good Krahl understands the cost of inner conflict – both personally and professionally as she works with her coaching clients. In my own experience in working with Coach Augusta, I have learned that it isn’t just important to become aware of the inner conflict, but to then develop a plan to work through that internal obstacle. Ignore the inner conflict and you’ll stay stuck.

I couldn’t be more excited to share that Coach Augusta is offering a free event on Wednesday, August 14, at 5:30 pm on Inner Conflict at the Shelburne Athletic Club located in Shelburne, VT.

Coach Augusta will identify what inner conflict you may be struggling with, the root of why you are experiencing it, and what you can do to free yourself to live a more empowered and joyful life. You will leave with new awarenesses and individual action steps that will help you move with confidence towards your professional and personal goals.

Not sure if you have inner conflict?

Coach Augusta often asks her clients the following questions:

Do you find yourself in a constant state of worry or anxiety?

Do you wake up in the middle of the night with your mind racing and unable to go back to sleep as you replay past conversations
where you either didn’t speak up or say what you wanted?

Are you unable to commit to others or to yourself and constantly put off and procrastinate the very things that you know are action steps towards achieving your professional or personal goals?

If so, Coach Augusta suggests that you may be caught in the crosshairs of inner conflict, the battle in our mind between what we think we “should” do (our head) and what our true, essential self wants us to do (our heart, wisdom, instinct). Inner conflict is a constant back and forth of chaotic chatter that becomes a routine pattern of contradiction and negative self-talk in our mind. It keeps us stuck, playing small, and unable to grow into the life we desire.

The crazy thing is, we may not even be conscious or aware that this inner battle is going on but instead experience it as feelings of unease, exhaustion, or chronic stomach and back pain.

Inner conflict results in us being distracted and preoccupied at work and at home. We are unable to truly be present in conversations with our children and parters or when spending time with friends when our minds are swirling and distracted. What causes this mental turmoil and how can we learn to quiet it and to move forward confidently in life with an assured and peaceful mind? Ready to find out how to dive deeper into your own personal inner conflict in order to understand, and make the changes you seek? See you on the 14th!

To register, please email Augusta at

Augusta Good Krahl, MS, ACC
The Wellness Center at the Shelburne Athletic Club 144 Wellness Drive
Shelburne, VT 05482

See you all there!


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