Why coaching? When people think about seeing a coach, it is often at a time of change or perhaps feeling that a change is needed. Often we don't know why we feel this way. Emotions can be anger, feeling stuck, unhappy with life, with our career, with our relationships and rather than walk around for a minute longer wishing things would change, we need to take action.
Life coaching helps you give yourself time for you, time to talk to someone confidentially, talking to someone who does not judge. You may want to use this safe space to think about what is holding you back in life, what is stopping you, and to gain courage and clarity in your life.
It may be a simple as finding clarity, life may seem confused, frustrating or even frightening.
Talking with someone who is your advocate helps to change this and give your back your life, your happiness and control.
Life coaching is a form of counselling...
to help you solve your problems
and achieve ambitions.
When it comes to certain circumstances
such as making key decisions or overcoming problems,
most of us turn to a friend who we consider to be ‘wise’.
But our friends may not always have the answers
or may not be sufficiently objective about
a situation to give decent advice.
This is where Life Coaching has role to play,
by helping you see your life from a different perspective
and giving you the confidence to move forward.
The aim of life coaching is to
help you break your negative belief patterns, act more decisively, and set clear goals towards achieving what you want from life.
The success or failure of the coaching often depends on
you finding the right life coach for you.
Whether it’s someone to help kick-start a new career path
or someone to help with more personal issues.
Anyone visiting a coach needs to be open
to new ideas and ways of doing things
and needs to commit to the process.