Be the best
version of you.
Find it - Face it - Fix it.
Have you ever felt:
Have you ever wanted to:
If you can identify with any of these, then coaching could help you find your inner strength again.
We live in a busy world where silent judgement and tough deadlines seem to rule. Immediacy dominates: e mails, social media and mobile phones all demanding quick response. We juggle work, home and family and then wonder what happened to our own ambitions.
Coaching can help you to re-find what makes you who you are. It is no magic bullet, but re-examining your thoughts with someone who is impartial but compassionate, calm and non-judgemental and who can focus on you, might just make the difference.
This is all about you, and what you can be.
What can personal coaching do for me?
It is easy to get distracted in life – in small ways and from bigger paths. Coaching is non-directive and helps to guide your thought processes in a more focussed manner. By committing to a small amount of time away from your routine, you’ll get quality time for yourself. Clear time for thinking, questioning and reflecting with an experienced and qualified coach can allow you to make the best of this time. It isn’t magic, nor is it counselling, consulting or teaching. This is all about you, and what you can be.
Personal coaching can help you to:
Who is personal coaching for?
“A problem shared is a problem halved”… Well, maybe not, but saying things aloud means we have to sort them out in our head before saying them. This iteration is sometimes all it takes to get a lightbulb moment. Coaching is about understanding yourself – you are the one who has the personal answers, it is just a question of finding them. There is no judgement and the only objectives will be those that you set for yourself. A good coach, however, will hold you to account to keep you from being distracted again.
What do clients say about coaching?
Being able to talk at length about … my personal barriers, as well as strengths; and how I can start to approach ways of thinking that improve my self-perspective a bit!
It was great to actually have time to reflect on my own practice and discuss where I need to go next. It allowed me to lift a lot of weight off of my shoulders.
It was good to come away with a ‘bigger picture’ of myself and what I am doing / how / why, as you don’t often get this opportunity