Life coaching is a tool that anyone can use to make positive practical changes to themselves and their lives.
It’s a tool that helps you see things differently or more clearly than the way you currently do. It enables you to recognise and assess the choices and options that are open to you, and then do something about the situations you want to change.
What is it like to be coached?
Exciting, intense and powerful – yet safe, confidential and supportive.
Coaching is primarily a one-to-one conversation where the coach is truly listening to you and asking questions that help you to think and make good decisions.
Above all though, coaching is about doing something rather than nothing. So having made some good decisions a coach will support you as you put your plans into action.
The best way to know what it’s like to be coached is to try it. You can do so by taking advantage of a free trial session.
What kind of changes could I make?
Here are a few examples:
- Get more of what you want
- Manage your affairs more effectively
- Make time – for self-care, for others, for excitement, achievement and adventure
- Deal with stress by tackling its root causes
- Bring joy and enthusiasm to your spare time
- Change the way you relate to family and friends
- Improve your results and income
- Manage better
- Plan success strategies
- Plan and implement projects and improvements
- Deal better with difficult people and situations
- Get on better with people
- Become organised and effective
- Enjoy your work
- Change your career for a more rewarding one
What if I need more confidence and self-belief?
Coaching works on this at two powerful levels – action and attitude.
You only ever take the actions you are happy to take, actions you’ve chosen and decided upon for yourself. If you’ve chosen tiny actions at first, that’s fine, because a remarkable thing happens once you’ve started doing things differently – you find the confidence to do a little more next time, and then more still the time after that. All the while you are learning about what works for you. Your confidence grows with the actions you take.
As Henry Ford famously said: Whether you think that you can, or that you can’t, you are usually right.
Lack of self-belief can be paralyzing, as can persistent negative thinking – but the good news is that there are many simple activities that can stop you from thinking you can’t and instead build an empowering positive attitude. The great news is that the scientific field of Positive Psychology has now made huge strides in understanding the best approaches towards positive mindset and positive actions. I share these approaches very effectively with clients who need it.
Life Coaching Changes Lives.
Take advantage of a free, no obligation telephone coaching consultation, because positive results start right here.