Do you sometimes think ‘there must be more to life’?
Do you live for weekends and holidays?
Do you get the Sunday night blues?
Do you feel stuck in a rut, lacking energy and motivation to change?
If you answered yes to any of the above questions then you could benefit from life coaching.
What is Life Coaching?
Many of us live on autopilot without questioning whether we are actually on the right path. Over time you may notice a general sense of dissatisfaction, or it can take a major life event for you to completely re-evaluate your situation.
Life coaching enables you to step back and take an objective view on your life, keep what is working and change what isn’t. Topics covered in a coaching session can range from relationship issues, personal and professional development, time management, health and wellness, building self-confidence or changing career – the possibilities are endless!
Trying to make changes to your life without any support can be a challenge. With research showing that it takes 66 days for something new to become a habit, having a coach on hand to guide you through the process can be the difference that makes change last in the long term.
What happens in a coaching session?
A coach is not a counsellor or therapist and will not tell you what you should do. A coach is someone who will help you to get clear on your goals and then guide you through a process to help you achieve them.
The way I work with clients is to have an initial discovery session, which is where we clarify exactly what it is you want to achieve. Then, we will develop a plan to get you there. Each session will focus on practical, achievable steps towards you goals.
Coaching usually takes place via Skype. It doesn’t matter where you are in the UK or in the world as I work with coaching clients both locally and internationally.