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Life Coaching

  • Are you looking to live life differently from everyone you know? 

  • Do you find yourself swimming against the tide in terms of what you want to get out of this lifetime?

  • Have you ever wondered why we spend over 10 years in school learning about any and everything except how to relate to people and live well mentally and emotionally? 
     

If you answered yes to any of these questions, life coaching may be something you are curious to explore. ​

Choose a life of continuous growth

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01

Identify what's not working

When we are not where we want to be in life, we sometimes think we know what the problem is. Then we make changes and try again, only to find ourselves back at square one. What if you were trying to change something that wasn't the main cause of your current situation? Identifying the precise root cause of your problem makes finding the solution simple and painfree. 

02

Know where you want to go

Are you really clear about what you don't want? 

Perhaps you don't want to work long hours, or you don't want to be arguing with your spouse. You might not want to be earning your current income or working with your current boss. While knowing what you don't want is a great starting point, identifying what you do want is key to moving forward. Working with someone to map out what you do want out of life is a key part of life coaching. 

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03

Learn to model success

If you wanted to learn how to cook, would you go and learn from someone who has never cooked a meal in their lives before? While this might seem obvious, most of us are learning to do things from people who aren't themselves skilled at doing them. Whether this is cooking, parenting, relating to others, communicating, investing or leading, developing a strategy where you model the sucess you want to see in your life may bring you your long awaited transformation.