1. I want to grow and use my talents in a way that ignites me, but I’m just feeling kinda stuck.
2. I’m not even sure what really excites me, but I know there’s got to be more than this.
3. I want to feel more inspired and happy, but I struggle with negative and self-defeating thoughts.
4. I keep sabotaging the goals and plans I’ve set for myself. I just can’t seem to get into action.
5. I sometimes feel I don’t have a purpose and have trouble identifying what really matters in my life.
6. I have recently undergone a major life change and wish I had a guide to help me during the transition.
7. I am overwhelmed by my emotions and wish I had greater clarity about my situation.
A. Our coaching...
A. Someone experiencing compulsion, addiction, obsessive-compulsive behaviour or depression may be a candidate for therapy. A psychiatrist is a trained medical professional who prescribes medications and manages ongoing treatment. A coach is not a medical professional, but rather a guide, helping you work through personal or professional challenges. Coaches help determine what might be holding you back by identifying self-defeating behaviours or thoughts. Coaches help see solutions you may not have otherwise considered when grappling with a challenge or problem. How does this all happen? By asking powerful questions, using assessments and interventions and by constantly assessing your progress.
A. A coach will help YOU solve YOUR own problems! A coach works to peel back the layers of a challenge or problem to reveal hidden thoughts or beliefs that may be contributing to a feeling, action or behaviour. Coaches are just the guides though - it's you actually doing all the work! Coaches facilitate the process of self-discovery and inner growth, but it's you who comes to the conclusions and discoveries deciding ultimately what to do with them. Powerful questions and interventions aid this process.
Source: Stella Grizont and Robert Biswas-Diener