My experience tells me is that you really are the expert on your own life. Which immediately brings up the question, “If that’s true, why would you want a Life Coach?”
The right Life Coach brings you, among other things:
Somehow it’s easier to get things done when you’ve told someone what you’re going to do knowing that they will hold you accountable.
Although friends and family can act as a sounding board, you want to share your ideas with someone who is likely to help you shape those ideas so they work for you.
Someone on your side
A good Life Coach is not only a person who can, and will, listen to you deeply, they are unequivocally on your side. Which includes telling the truth.
The coach can’t fix you
A Life Coach isn’t going to fix you; that’s your job. A coach can, however, help you set your stage with new ideas and view points so you can demonstrate you’re the expert on your own life and fix yourself.
Most people have areas in their life they wish worked better. Maybe it’s your career, or your desire to change either how you work or what you work at, or both! You may have issues and you suspect a fresh eye on the problem would help you move through to a solution. Perhaps you have a set of problems that have got you stumped. Or you suspect your self-worth and confidence isn’t what it might be.
You have questions about relationships – of course you do, we all do. Someone who can listen deeply to your questions and suggest some alternative views might be exactly what you need.
Any and even all of these are sound reasons to work with a Life Coach.
Life is like a labyrinth
Life can sometimes feel like a labyrinth or maze. Even though you are the expert on your own life, it can be difficult to see your way through all on your own. The chances are I’ll be able to help you navigate successfully.
Let’s talk about it in a Free Gift Coaching Session.
With love and blessings,