What barriers or beliefs are preventing you from getting what you want in life?
Are your values “junk values”?
Do you lack motivation to do anything new?
Even the most successful people have life coaches, and that’s probably why they ARE so successful. Life coaching is not therapy, it’s a dynamic process, moving you from where you are to where you want to be.
We all have blind spots, things we are either not aware of about ourselves or things we are in denial about, the kind of things we always make excuses about. What a Life Coach will do, is challenge you on the excuses you make, the unhelpful beliefs you hold, and through empowering, insightful conversations, help you to find clarity about what it is you really want and give you the tools to find the solutions to achieve those goals.
Clearing those old unhelpful beliefs that you have about yourself and life, some of which have been passed on from our parents, peers, teachers and so on and some are as a result of a significant emotional event/s in our lives, will allow you to find new and empowering beliefs that will lift you out from under the cloud of self-doubt, fear and procrastination.
Some of the reasons people employ a Life Coach are:
Letting go of procrastination
Career progression or change
Improving relationships and communication (with others and themselves)
Find out what their most important values are and to live up to them
Release unhelpful beliefs
Increase motivation to grab the opportunities life is offering them
Finding courage to do the things they really want
Enjoy life to the fullest
And many more…
Coaches are not advice givers, instead they assume the premise that everyone knows the solution to their own problems, they just need some guidance and clarity to unlock their own strengths and talents.
Each coaching package is customised to suit your needs, desired outcomes and personality.
Frequently asked questions
How many sessions will I need?
Usually people have a package of coaching sessions, ranging from a minimum of 6 to ongoing support as needed.
How often are the sessions?
The first 6 are weekly, followed by less frequent as the client gains momentum and progress towards their desired outcomes.
How long are the sessions?
The first session is between 60 and 90 minutes, followed by 60 minute sessions thereafter.
Do I have to attend sessions in person?
No, coaching is available on zoom, skype or over the phone, as well as in our offices in the Auckland area.
Will there be homework?
Yes, definitely, just like a coaching for sport, the person being coached needs to take action!