Trying to be better?
Stop thinking. Start moving.
Ever feel as if you need some help clarifying your thinking so you can move forward?
Or do you sometimes feel as if you need that extra little push to accomplish that big project, get moving on your personal growth, explore your options, or figure out your next step?
Then coaching may be the perfect fit for you!
Schedule your free 20 min coaching call with me today.
What is a Life Coach?
A life coach is a life specialist, someone who is trained to help you see yourself, your potential, and your path more clearly – not only your current path, but more importantly, the path you ultimately want to be on. My job is not to make you feel guilty about what you are or aren’t doing or about where you are or where you aren’t. I am here to help you see with more clarity your current situation, decide where you want to go, and figure out your best path for getting there. I am an objective, non-judgmental viewpoint committed to helping you recognize your strengths and weaknesses, identify your goals, and progress toward success. I most likely will not have expertise in your particular field of work, but I can help you integrate life skills that will help you be more successful in all areas of your life. I do all of this by listening intently and asking strategic questions.
Frequently Asked Questions
How can a life coach help me?
A life coach will help you do things like. . .
- Recognize your strengths and weaknesses
- Identify reasons behind past successes and failures
- Connect to your purpose and passions in life
- Develop your potential
- Set and achieve goals and objectives
- Balance your personal and professional life
- Make decisions and design strategies for success
- Get out of a rut, get unstuck
- Develop your talents and skills
- Move forward on your life path
- Increase your confidence and self-respect
Who hires life coaches?
People who feel they need an extra push to progress and move forward in life, whether it be personal or professional. People who enlist the aid of a life coach are seeking for a greater understanding of themselves and increased clarity of what their aspirations and goals are. They may feel they have a lack of focus and direction in their lives. They are progressive-minded people who realize that we don’t always see ourselves and our behaviors clearly, and that a trained life professional can help them to recognize what may be standing in their way of forward motion.
What will a life coach not do for me?
A life coach will not give you advice. You are the expert of your life, not me. I help you find what is right for you by helping you see yourself more clearly and find your own answers through listening, questioning, discussing, and brainstorming.
A life coach will not treat any type of mental health issue or provide therapy. I am not a mental health professional. I will focus on looking toward the future for growth and development, not on looking to the past for unresolved issues.
A life coach will not be your best friend. Though we will talk about some personal struggles and triumphs and I will be invested in helping you reach your goals, my role in your life is to push you toward success. Because of this I will, at times, be demanding as I hold you accountable for your progress.
A life coach will not be an expert in your professional field. I am a life specialist, not a physical trainer or a business specialist or consultant. My responsibility is to help you identify and reach your goals in all areas of your life. I am specifically trained to empower you to discover your unique path and figure out how to most efficiently and effectively get on and stay on the path that will take your life, your career, and your business to the next level by tapping into your own expertise.
What can I expect from a life coaching session?
Almost all coaching sessions are conducted over the phone or Zoom. Sessions are usually one hour long two times per month. You can expect to do most of the talking and will be expected to not only be proactive about finding your direction, but also moving forward between sessions. Engaging with me as your life coach will be a lot of work. You will have to think and process and decide. You will have to be willing to see things about yourself you have previously been unwilling to see. But through this coaching relationship you will progress and move forward with more clarity and direction than you have previously experienced.
How long do I need to commit to life coaching?
I offer a three month program. Long-lasting, significant change requires consistent effort for an extended period of time, and I have found that three months is the shortest amount of time needed to make substantial improvement. During this time we will meet twice a month, for a total of 6 coaching sessions.
This three-month program begins each session with a short one-on-one instruction where we will discuss a life changing concept, followed by individual coaching depending on your wants and needs.
I am a life specialist, trained to help you see yourself, your potential, and your path more clearly. I am committed to helping you recognize your strengths and weaknesses, identify your goals, and progress toward success.