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Life coaching is a co-creative relationship built upon the premise that we can all be more than what we are. It is about discovering and actualizing our full potential. During the process you discover what you want and what has held you back. We will work together to change any limiting beliefs and take the steps to get you where you want to be. Coaching is a holistic process which can cover any aspect of your life. 

Another definition of coaching is that it is about helping successful people achieve their goals faster and easier than if they were working on their own.  Talk to a successful person and chances are they have worked with  or have a coach.

Coaching is not psychotherapy and as a professional coach I do not attempt to provide diagnosis or treatment.  We will be talking about where you are NOW not rehashing the past.

A Soft Place to Land

Coaching provides a soft place for you to land while you establish new goals and work toward them with a totally objective partner.

An Investment in Yourself

Hiring a life coach is one of the best investments you will ever make.  Coaching is an investment in yourself. While no one needs coaching, anyone can benefit from it if they choose it for themselves. When you enroll with a coach, it shows that you value yourself enough to invest in a process that will help you become who you are more quickly.

Why not just talk to a relative or friend?

Of course you can do that.  BUT, coaches work with clients that need and want a non-biased and objective partner who also will hold the client accountable. I will genuinely appreciate, endorse and support you throughout the process.

The Client's Role:

In the Coaching Relationship, the Client, among other things:

Sets the agenda or topic for each session

Is responsible for his/her own success

Does his/her own work

Tells the truth to the coach

Shows up physically and energetically to the session

The Coach's Role:

The Coach's Role, among other things, is to:

Listen deeply to the client on multiple levels

Ask powerful, direct questions

Assist in setting goals, planning and strategizing

Give perspectives, options, and suggestions to create awareness and catalyze the client's own solutions

Set appropriate boundaries.

The Coach Does NOT::

Diagnose, treat, or fix

Take responsibiity for the client's success

Do the client's work for them

Take responsbility for the client's feelings, decisions or actions

Continue a coaching relationship that is not in integrity  for either party.

How Long Will Coaching Take?

In traditional coaching, the client typically commits to a minimum of three months to experience the best results.

Ready to get started?  Call me today at 804-363-5721 for a complimentary coaching consultation.
This page was last updated: August 8, 2007
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