The thinking that guides your intelligence is much more important than how much intelligence you have.
When I decided to become a coach, I wanted to help people help themselves. What I didn't prepare for was how much my life would change in the process. You see, when you decide to go into a business where you help people deal with “their” stuff, you better be prepared to deal with “your own.” Coaching helped me see how my thinking was impacting my life, which changed my attitude and how I approach situations. And, it can do the same thing for you.
Many leading executives, top athletes, entertainers, and regular people like you and me, use coaches to help bring out the best in them. Life is constantly changing. The real test is how we handle those changes.
For some people, change is a chance to learn and grow. Others find themselves stuck, unfocused and unsure about their next move. In situations like these, a coach can prove to be extremely valuable.
Coaching increases confidence which makes you trust your ability and judgment. Coaching challenges the critic that lives inside of you and helps you uncover opportunities, explore fears, remove blocks, and find solutions so that you can maximize your potential.
Coaching builds consistency because it helps you assess what you want, create a plan of action, and move forward incrementally. Small changes allow you to transform slowly and develop a pattern of behavior to sustain long-term results.
Other benefits you may experience from coaching include changes in attitude, thinking, relationships, and how you approach life.
If you want straight-up, no-nonsense coaching, I'm the coach for you!