About You

There is no such thing as a typical coaching client, but people often begin life coaching when they are looking for someone who can run with them, provide clarity, give them the structure they need and support them with encouragement at every step. It is my job to help you develop and achieve new outcomes in your life.

What does coaching ask of You?

To be successful, coaching asks certain things of the you, all of which begin with intention. Additionally, you might want to:

• To Focus – on yourself, the tough questions, the hard truths-and one’s success.
• To Observe – the behaviors and communications of others.
• To Listen – to yours intuition, assumptions, judgments, and to the way you sound when you speak.
• Self discipline – to challenge existing attitudes, beliefs and behaviors and to develop new ones which serve one’s goals in a superior way.
• Style – to leverage your personal strengths and overcoming limitations in order to develop a winning style.
• Decisive actions – however uncomfortable, and in spite of personal insecurities, in order to reach for the extraordinary.
• Compassion – for yourself as you experiment with new behaviors, experiences setbacks – and for others as they do the same.
• Humour – committing to not take one’s self too seriously, using humour to lighten and brighten any situation.
• Personal Control – maintaining composure in the face of disappointment and unmet expectations, avoiding emotional reactivity.
• Courage – to reach for more than before, to shift out of being fear based in to being in abundance as a core strategy for success, to engage in continual self examination, to overcome internal and external obstacles.

Your Willingness

Part of working with me as your life coach is that I will ask a lot of you. Not too much, I hope, but certainly more than you may have been asked recently. I need you to be willing to experiment with fresh approaches and be open to redesigning the parts of your life that you are able to right now. This will help you more easily reach your goals and live an integrated and fulfilled personal and professional life, using the gifts you have and enjoying life as it was meant to be enjoyed.