Who needs one?
I posed a question, asking you if you need a coach? Well, just ask yourself are you holding things inside that you really want to let go of and you are unsure of how to do that? Then your answer is yes. Ask yourself do you need a motivator in any area of your life? If your answer is yes, then yes you need a coach. Ask yourself do you need an accountability person, just to hold you accountable? If you answered yes, then you need a coach. Do you want to become better at communicating, getting over things, letting go of things, healing, setting boundaries, if your answer is yes, then yes, you need a coach as well. You just have to be ready to be pushed.
Seeking a coach is not just for when you find yourself lost or stuck, it's when you need to be encouraged and motivated as well. It's also a fact that you will have several relationships in your life. Just being here in this world; the first relationship you had should have been with your mother and father, but as we all know that is not always the case. Not all relationships are healthy, some are extremely toxic and shape the way we are as individuals, how we deal with situations, why we keep things in, or just lash out. You may feel like you are effectively communicating with those around you, but ask yourself "Are you really?" You may be able to get the things off of your chest and feel better about the situation, but are you communicating effectively? Are you hurting others in the process because you aren't aware of how you are truly communicating? If things aren't changing around you, then you may not really be getting your point across.
Maybe, it is how you are receiving the information that is changing you, can't process what is being said to you? Are you easily offended? Are you expressing yourself, but people just don't seem to get it, you haven't seen a change in situations that is pleasing to you, and to those connected with you? These are all questions you will be forced to ask yourself in this process. The relationships you have or don't have in your life all stem from somewhere. The real question is where?
It may not even be a relationship type of concern or issue, is it that you are not where you want to be in life; feeling like you're consistently hitting a brick wall, or are you just going in circles? Many people have felt that way including myself at times, trust me you are not on your own. We've helped clients through anxiety, depression, self-doubt, finding their passions, healing with past and current hurts and let downs and family issues that involve family members, not just immediate family. Our friendships and working connections can also take its toll on us, and also have the ability to negatively affect the relationships that we have in our life and believe it or not can really change our marriages. Learning how to handle and deal with everyday situations will help you to grow and become a better person to yourself and those connected to you.
Coaching BTW is here to first listen, get you to really dig deep, challenge you, motivate you, and see you be successful in the change(s) you want for yourself.
Services are booked according to availability.
I take pride in my ability to be a coach, and effectively guide you through the process of changing; appointments are based on a first come first serve basis so that we can be fair to all of our clients.
**See all the differences below first to determine if seeking a life coach is the best option for you.**
Coaching – according to the International Coach Federation coaching is defined as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” The coach is the subject matter expert at coaching, not necessarily the subject matter expert of the client’s coaching topic.
Counseling – according to Co-active Coaching, the boundary between coaching and counseling is not defined by a set of absolute rules or terms. In general, counselors are trained to diagnose and help the client with emotional problems, the past or dysfunction while coaches are not. The coach’s domain is future-oriented – what does the client want? And then coaching the client to get there.
Mentoring– a mentor is a wise and trusted guide and adviser. The mentor is the teacher that shares their experience while bringing the “mentee” up the ranks. A coach is not necessarily the subject matter expert in order to help develop the client.
Consulting – a consultant is an expert who is called on for professional or technical advice or opinions. They are relied on to understand the problem and present solutions. Consulting is unlike coaching because, with pure coaching, the answers come from the client.