As a Jay Shetty certified life coach I can help you discover your full potential. Whether helping you in your career or personal life, I can provide an objective third-party view to offer guidance and act as a sounding board. As a life coach I am not here to provide all the answers or do the work, but to show you the way so you can find your own answers or the best way to accomplish your own work.
What can I help you with?
- I will guide and help you discover your best self.
- I will show you techniques, teach strategies, and monitor your progress.
- I prepare you for life’s challenges and opportunities.
- I instill motivation through accountability, expertise, communication, and accelerating your progress.
As a coach I possess five critical skills:
- Effective Listening. To provide clarity, motivate and explore deeper meaning without judgement.
- Ethical. I will give you unconditional acceptance, ensure confidentiality, will stay within limits of expertise and avoid conflict of interest.
- Empathetic. I put myself in your shoes.
- Motivating. I’ll be your biggest fan towards your successful change.
- Inspirational. I convert inner inspiration to make a positive difference
- You will start taking more effective and focused actions immediately.
- You will shift childhood frustrations.
- You will learn to let go of disempowering emotions and become trigger free.
- You will create momentum so it’s easier to get results.
- You’ll set better goals that are based on what you really want.
- You’ll have more time and energy.
“No-one has the right to judge you, because no-one really knows what you have been through. They may have heard the stories, but they didn’t feel what you felt in your heart” ~ simple reminders
I just want you to tell your story of your future, not the story of your past.
The Association of Coaching define coaching as “A collaborative solution-focused, results-orientated and systematic process in which the coach facilitates the enhancement of work performance, life experience, self-directed learning and personal growth of the coachee.”