Finding a Life Coach That Meets Your Needs
ife coaches tend to specialize in a particular field of expertise. Finding a life coach with just the right skill set for you, someone you trust and feel comfortable with, should be your governing criteria when selecting a coach.
My professional and personal experience, along with my certification and ongoing training in coaching, make me a good fit for anyone who is serious about changing their lives.
Are You One of Them?
I work with service professionals in many domains: business, medicine, law, education and social work, to name a few. I also work with families and students of all ages in navigating the challenges of ADHD.
What all my clients have in common is an awareness that something is not working in their lives. They’re ready to commit to creating something truly life-changing.
Every client has their own life story, but there are similarities. Common themes that have motivated my clients to seek coaching include:
- “I feel confused. I don’t know what I want, but I really want something to change.”
- “I feel a longing for something different—better.”
- “I want to feel better about myself in my business.”
- “I know what I need to do; I just don't do it.”
- “I work hard at making my life better but I keep going in circles!”
- “I am always tired and always rushing. There is never enough time.”
- “I want to feel like I am in charge of my life.”
- “I feel like a failure every time my child’s teacher tells me how poorly my child is doing.”
The clients I work with are committed, smart, and informed. They hunger for insight and concrete change—lasting change. They are ready to invest in transformation and not just surface tinkering. They want to be in the driver’s seat of their lives rather than merely surviving what is in their agenda.
Choosing just the right life coach can seem like taking a shot in the dark. Having hired several coaches myself, I know what it’s like to go through the decision-making process. I believe that you can never really know if it will be a good fit until you sit face-to-face for that first conversation. I also believe that deciding on the best coach for you is part of your growth process. It helps you clarify what you want and who you want to do it with.
This choice is so important to your eventual outcome that I offer a full complimentary coaching conversation as a first step—and I invite you to take this first step. Experience the process; say “yes!” to this gift. Whether you are meant to coach with me or not, you will walk away with something of personal value.
If you find yourself hesitating to accept this offer, consider that this hesitancy may be precisely the pattern that is holding you back. Do something different and say “yes”; There is no downside to this complimentary offer. You have everything to gain, plus you’ll be one step closer to finding a life coach to work with.
What new and exciting life are you ready to create?