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  • Couldn't I reach my own goals without having a coach?
    Only you can answer that question. Coaches hold the vision that everyone has the ability to accomplish any goals they set for themselves. We are powerful resources who help you get out of your own way, stand out, and take action to achieve your goals that are truly important to you. We help you figure out what you don't know and clue you into elements you may not be able to see. With these factors in mind, hitting your goals becomes inevitable.
  • How many coaching sessions will I need to achieve my desired results?
    That is totally contingent upon what it is you're wanting to accomplish. Generally, people enlist the help of a coach with a life changing goal in mind. In order to achieve this type of goal, I break down the goal into actionable steps that will be achieved per session to move you closer to your overall goal. For some people this may take as little as a day. For many, this may take as little as 6 sessions and for others it will be more. It is a very personal decision based on your individual goal.
  • What will I have to do as the client?
    To get the best from your coaching, you need to have a positive attitude, show up to your sessions, and have laser focus on the action steps we've set after each session. You'll also need to be totally open, trusting, and honest within the coaching relationship. You need to have the time and commitment to complete the actions that we've set after each session so that you move closer to achieving your goals. Bottom line, your level of commitment will directly influence the speed and extent to which your goals will be accomplished. To help you with this, I provide boundless motivation, support, and encouragement while challenging you lovingly within a confidential and non-judgmental environment.
  • What's the difference between a coach and a friend?
    The difference is a coach is a professional of habit change and belief reframing. As part of our education and experience, we understand how to get on our client's map (the way our client sees themselves and the world) to help them see themselves and their world differently to achieve the outcomes they want - one habit change at a time. Friends are amazing and have your best interest at heart but many friends can be biased in how they help you and lack the training to help you shift habits for personal transformation.
  • How is coaching, in general, different from a therapist, nutritionist, etc.?
    Professionals such as therapists, nutritionists, doctors, and dieticians are Masters of Assessment where they assess, diagnose, and then prescribe clients with medicine or a specific plan to resolve the client's issue. Coaches are Masters of Habit Change and Belief Reframing. As coaches, we are skilled in shifting habitual thought patterns and beliefs so that our clients overcome challenges and get to the results quicker than if they did it alone. We excel at creating frameworks that will have the biggest impact on clients and enforce habit and lifestyle changes along the way. We honor our client's past but we don't stay there. Our focus is on the client's present and where they want to go next. For a better understanding of what other practitioners do compared to coaches, here are some definitions of what therapists, nutritionists, and dieticians do:​ Therapist - A licensed medical professional that evaluates, diagnoses, and treat people with emotional and mental disorders. Nutritionist - Experts in foods and nutrition, they help patients choose the right things to eat, help them plan menus, and advise them on the health effects of certain foods. Dietician - Experts in foods and nutrition but are certified in treating clinical conditions. Doctor - An expert in the science of medicine. As a general definition, this person is trained and licensed to treat sick and injured people.

FAQs

  • Couldn't I reach my own goals without having a coach?
    Only you can answer that question. Coaches hold the vision that everyone has the ability to accomplish any goals they set for themselves. We are powerful resources who help you get out of your own way, stand out, and take action to achieve your goals that are truly important to you. We help you figure out what you don't know and clue you into elements you may not be able to see. With these factors in mind, hitting your goals becomes inevitable.
  • How many coaching sessions will I need to achieve my desired results?
    That is totally contingent upon what it is you're wanting to accomplish. Generally, people enlist the help of a coach with a life changing goal in mind. In order to achieve this type of goal, I break down the goal into actionable steps that will be achieved per session to move you closer to your overall goal. For some people this may take as little as a day. For many, this may take as little as 6 sessions and for others it will be more. It is a very personal decision based on your individual goal.
  • What will I have to do as the client?
    To get the best from your coaching, you need to have a positive attitude, show up to your sessions, and have laser focus on the action steps we've set after each session. You'll also need to be totally open, trusting, and honest within the coaching relationship. You need to have the time and commitment to complete the actions that we've set after each session so that you move closer to achieving your goals. Bottom line, your level of commitment will directly influence the speed and extent to which your goals will be accomplished. To help you with this, I provide boundless motivation, support, and encouragement while challenging you lovingly within a confidential and non-judgmental environment.
  • What's the difference between a coach and a friend?
    The difference is a coach is a professional of habit change and belief reframing. As part of our education and experience, we understand how to get on our client's map (the way our client sees themselves and the world) to help them see themselves and their world differently to achieve the outcomes they want - one habit change at a time. Friends are amazing and have your best interest at heart but many friends can be biased in how they help you and lack the training to help you shift habits for personal transformation.
  • How is coaching, in general, different from a therapist, nutritionist, etc.?
    Professionals such as therapists, nutritionists, doctors, and dieticians are Masters of Assessment where they assess, diagnose, and then prescribe clients with medicine or a specific plan to resolve the client's issue. Coaches are Masters of Habit Change and Belief Reframing. As coaches, we are skilled in shifting habitual thought patterns and beliefs so that our clients overcome challenges and get to the results quicker than if they did it alone. We excel at creating frameworks that will have the biggest impact on clients and enforce habit and lifestyle changes along the way. We honor our client's past but we don't stay there. Our focus is on the client's present and where they want to go next. For a better understanding of what other practitioners do compared to coaches, here are some definitions of what therapists, nutritionists, and dieticians do:​ Therapist - A licensed medical professional that evaluates, diagnoses, and treat people with emotional and mental disorders. Nutritionist - Experts in foods and nutrition, they help patients choose the right things to eat, help them plan menus, and advise them on the health effects of certain foods. Dietician - Experts in foods and nutrition but are certified in treating clinical conditions. Doctor - An expert in the science of medicine. As a general definition, this person is trained and licensed to treat sick and injured people.
  • Couldn't I reach my own goals without having a coach?
    Only you can answer that question. Coaches hold the vision that everyone has the ability to accomplish any goals they set for themselves. We are powerful resources who help you get out of your own way, stand out, and take action to achieve your goals that are truly important to you. We help you figure out what you don't know and clue you into elements you may not be able to see. With these factors in mind, hitting your goals becomes inevitable.
  • How many coaching sessions will I need to achieve my desired results?
    That is totally contingent upon what it is you're wanting to accomplish. Generally, people enlist the help of a coach with a life changing goal in mind. In order to achieve this type of goal, I break down the goal into actionable steps that will be achieved per session to move you closer to your overall goal. For some people this may take as little as a day. For many, this may take as little as 6 sessions and for others it will be more. It is a very personal decision based on your individual goal.
  • What will I have to do as the client?
    To get the best from your coaching, you need to have a positive attitude, show up to your sessions, and have laser focus on the action steps we've set after each session. You'll also need to be totally open, trusting, and honest within the coaching relationship. You need to have the time and commitment to complete the actions that we've set after each session so that you move closer to achieving your goals. Bottom line, your level of commitment will directly influence the speed and extent to which your goals will be accomplished. To help you with this, I provide boundless motivation, support, and encouragement while challenging you lovingly within a confidential and non-judgmental environment.
  • What's the difference between a coach and a friend?
    The difference is a coach is a professional of habit change and belief reframing. As part of our education and experience, we understand how to get on our client's map (the way our client sees themselves and the world) to help them see themselves and their world differently to achieve the outcomes they want - one habit change at a time. Friends are amazing and have your best interest at heart but many friends can be biased in how they help you and lack the training to help you shift habits for personal transformation.
  • How is coaching, in general, different from a therapist, nutritionist, etc.?
    Professionals such as therapists, nutritionists, doctors, and dieticians are Masters of Assessment where they assess, diagnose, and then prescribe clients with medicine or a specific plan to resolve the client's issue. Coaches are Masters of Habit Change and Belief Reframing. As coaches, we are skilled in shifting habitual thought patterns and beliefs so that our clients overcome challenges and get to the results quicker than if they did it alone. We excel at creating frameworks that will have the biggest impact on clients and enforce habit and lifestyle changes along the way. We honor our client's past but we don't stay there. Our focus is on the client's present and where they want to go next. For a better understanding of what other practitioners do compared to coaches, here are some definitions of what therapists, nutritionists, and dieticians do:​ Therapist - A licensed medical professional that evaluates, diagnoses, and treat people with emotional and mental disorders. Nutritionist - Experts in foods and nutrition, they help patients choose the right things to eat, help them plan menus, and advise them on the health effects of certain foods. Dietician - Experts in foods and nutrition but are certified in treating clinical conditions. Doctor - An expert in the science of medicine. As a general definition, this person is trained and licensed to treat sick and injured people.
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Whew. That was a lot of facts thrown at you. I think it’s time we connect to create a plan for your specific goals, yes?

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