Let me tell you a secret...
Anyone can be a coach.
Yes, you could start a business tomorrow and call yourself a coach and that is perfectly ok.
Coaching is an unregulated industry, there is no official standard and there are lots of people doing lots of different things and calling it coaching.
Now I have no problem with that per se, but it does tend to create a lot of misunderstanding about what coaching is, what’s involved and what the results might be.
So, let me tell you a bit about what my take is on coaching so you can get a sense of what it’s about and what working with me will be like.
Coaching is a two-way process.
It’s about us working together to create the outcomes that you want. It is about finding out what you really want, identifying why you don’t have that yet, and then doing what is required to make it happen. There are probably some barriers, real or imagined, in the way at the moment.
We will identify them and then address them.
"Step by step, you will move towards the experience of life that you want."
This will involve powerful conversations and exercises, it will involve getting out of your comfort zone and it will definitely involve taking action.
It will be challenging and exciting and fun.
You will achieve things you didn’t even think were possible and you will feel great doing it.
I’ve had clients quit 20+ year corporate careers to pursue their passions, make bigger sales and more revenue than they have ever have before in their businesses, and deal with lifelong anxieties that had been a burden to them for years.
I have no idea what’s possible for you, but I know that you can create it if you really want it.
If you’re ready to invest in yourself and play a bigger game then book in an introductory conversation so we can see if we’re a good fit.
I believe in leading with value from the very start.
And I don't believe in selling anyone something they don't want.
So during the intro call, we'll talk about you and what you want to achieve. If I can help you, and if we both feel we have a good connection, then I'll invite you into a longer coaching conversation.
If we're not a good fit, then there's no hard feelings.
It might be a case of bad timing. It might be that I don't feel that I am the best person to help you. It might be that you can't stand the sound of my voice (OK, some feelings might be hurt here).
Only once you have had a full experience of what coaching with me is like, then we will talk about what working together ongoing might look like. No rush, no urgency, if we're going to work together then it has to be a great fit for both of us, because this is key to creating profound change.
So all that I ask, if you're truly motivated to improve your life and create real and lasting change, is for you to make the move to have the first call.
If you're ready to make the positive changes, you already know it.
It starts with a conversation.
If you're still not sure then here is my suggestion:
Go to my home page and read some of the articles.
If they help you, download the free resources and the exercises.
Do the exercises.
If they help you, you know that there us something here worth exploring, so just book in a 20 minute intro conversation with me.
If we have a good connection and we both see the value in continuing the conversation, then I might invite you into a deeper coaching conversation.
Thanks for reading this, now go and make it happen!