One of the favourite strands of my work is Life Coaching sessions. I love how present it makes me as I sit with my clients.
Life Coaching is a 1:1 talk therapy, which focuses on what’s going on for the client in the present moment and how they wish to move forwards in their lives. It is a completely non-judgmental process.
The Life Coach facilitates the client to gain fresh perspectives by listening empathically, reflecting back to the client and using powerful questions. This aids the client to gain clarity, release blocks and suffering, and set goals.
The Life Coach sees the client’s potential and helps them to gain insights and start living a life of more contentment, peace, self-love, and confidence.
I work with clients via Skype and Zoom.
Please contact me if you would like to work with me.
If you’ve been financially affected by COVID-19, I can work with you at a reduced rate or on a donation basis.
I look forward to hearing from you.
The past month has been weighed down with money worries, career anxiety, fear for the future and feelings of insecurity. This in turn has had an effect on my self-esteem; how I see myself and how I feel when I’m with others.
The main outcome of a much-needed business coaching session this week was that I need to love myself. And yesterday, I had another revelation.
Today I attend a Life Coach for a much-needed, sort of dreaded business coaching session. We speak about timelines and deadlines. The Life Coach draws a “To-Do” box on the whiteboard. We also discuss ideas, fears and things that are weighing me down.
I confess that I’ve really been beating up on myself lately. I’ve been comparing myself unfavourably to others, calling myself names and believing that I’m “less than”. My mean streak is at a peak.
Last night, I read Marianne Power’s most recent post on the six basic human needs. Yes, it may seem like I’ve become obsessed with this woman and maybe I have. But not in a lesbian way. In an admiring, respecting, fellow-blogger-and-self-help-enthusiast way.
Anyway, I found Marianne’s post really interesting. Marianne is regurgitating self-improvement guru Tony Robbins’ work and I, in turn, am regurgitating Marianne’s work. But we’re all putting our own spin, experience and insights into it.
Over the past few days, there’s been a lot of talk about the coming year. I’ve been asked about my new year’s resolutions, I chose my Word for 2015 (Free), and yesterday, my friend and I played a thought-provoking game which highlighted our fears and desires.
My new year’s resolutions are to be present, to be brave, and to love. Last night in the pub, a friend asked me if I had any more concrete goals, things that I could tick off my list with satisfaction. She mentioned wanting to read and go to the theatre more. Another friend would like to participate in a project that excites her and to find a new hobby that raises her adrenaline. Somebody else listed off the countries she wants to visit.