Are you where you had hoped to be in your life's "race" right now? Have you ever felt overwhelmed, or simply stuck - wanting more but not sure what steps to take to find it? I think we've all been there.
Coaching is a Partnership
In my training as a life coach, and in straight-up life experience, I found that at times, we could all benefit from having someone come alongside us, ask us the right questions, help us see our blind spots, and cheer us on in the race we we meant to run. That's where Life Coaching comes in.
What is a Life Coach Anyway?
A COACH IS:
A trusted adviser who provides a confidential and safe place where the client can explore their issues and concerns.
The expert on the coaching process while the client is the expert on their lives.
Not a therapist. A therapist helps clients fix problems, overcome issues, and sometimes manage mental illness. A coach focuses on solutions and sees “problems” as opportunities. Coaches take clients from the present to where they want to go, while a therapist figures out the “why” which usually takes the client into their past.
Someone who helps others think and create win-win scenarios.
Someone who is objective and nonjudgmental.
Someone who collaborates with clients to get the client to where they want to be.
Someone who helps clients find solutions. We take clients from a place of functional to optimal.
Simply put, as a Life Coach, I help women connect the dots between their spirit, mind and body to live a life with purpose and passion. I support women in designing and running their own race.
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