What is coaching?
Coaching can be very esoteric and difficult to define.
The easiest way to explain what a typical life coach does is to say a coach closes the gap from where you are to where you want to be.
Most coaches choose a very specific niche and say they "help x client get x result".
How is your approach to coaching different?
The biggest misconception in my industry is that life coaching is only for; wealthy housewives, high-level executives, people with clear defined goals, weight loss, making a career change or obtaining financial freedom.
Life coaching has the power to help in your everyday life.
I have seen over and over again the amazing benefit that coaching can bring.
We aren’t taught communication skills or social-emotional skills, so when something happens in life, we feel ill equipped in our ability to handle delicate situations.
Coaching can help:
Prepare for a difficult conversation
Ease tension after a difficult conversation
Gain perspective about a situation that the individual is too close to see
Guidance with parental struggles
Responding to drama-filled emails/texts
Dealing with difficult family members
As a coach, I listen deeply. That means I listen to what you are saying and what you aren’t saying. I validate you. I don’t give advice, I don’t judge. I just ask insightful, empowering, open-ended questions.
Coaching is not something that is only needed for very specific situations or very specific people.
Everyone can benefit from a life coach.