What is coaching?
Coaching is a process that takes you from where you are to where you want to be. You don’t need to dwell on the past, or fix something about yourself. You are not broken! Through coaching you’ll have the opportunity to get clear about what you’d like to experience. You’ll use your natural strengths and abilities to move past what seems to be limiting you now. Your true talents and potential are revealed, and you’ll know what to do to attain what you desire.
It’s a partnership, because the coach is there to listen without judgment and let you think out loud without offering advice. That’s right, no advice. By asking the right questions at the right time, an effective coach brings out your own ability to make creative and effective decisions. This personalized approach will elevate you emotionally, bring about mental clarity, focus and meaningful change. The coach helps you plan attainable steps for success.
On your own you may have stretched yourself into taking new action, only to snap back, like a rubber band, leaving you feeling frustrated. Success through coaching is attainable, and sustainable, due to the accountability and communication built into the partnership. Rather than a temporary fix, with effective coaching, you can expect lasting and satisfying improvement in all areas of your life.
All you need is an open mind and a willingness to shift some of your perceptions. Often what holds us back is habitual thinking, or trying to solve problems in the same old ways. New energy and vitality for life await those who are willing to take a look!
Be assured that the coaching relationship and contents are confidential. A certified coach is bound to follow a strict Code of Ethics.
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