Have you ever had someone ask you one or two questions so powerful that they led you to an answer that so profoundly changed how you saw things that you couldn't ignore it? Life Coaching (and all coaching, really) is about having someone who is a neutral party with 'no pony in the race' so to speak, who asks questions, doesn't assert their judgment or will upon you, and helps you move forward toward your self-determined success. The difference between "life" coaching and professional development or other forms of coaching is that the topic a client comes to a coach for is typically within their personal life.
People ask me who I prefer to work with in my Life Coaching practice and although there isn't one particular type of person, there is one sentiment that absolutely resonates with me as a person, a woman, and a coach... If you have ever said, "I can't do this like this for one more second. I HAVE to find a new way. I refuse to let the rest of my life be like this!" then let's talk!
After many years of feeling like an imposter in my own life, one day I woke up and said to myself, "I'm DONE with feeling like I'm not good enough to stand up straight and do what I want, be who I want to be, and not feel shame in any of it. I'm moving forward no matter what!" I worked with a friend who is a coach and in a very short time, I saw myself and my life very differently and could never fall back into the old way that I had been doing and seeing things again. Coaching had a profound impact on my life and I deeply enjoy helping others have similar experiences.
There's an adage that strikes the heart of what I do and why I do it... "Old ways don't open new doors". Without new doors, it's the same four walls. The same scenery. The same people. The same influences. The same experiences. And for me, that just wasn't enough. I need doors and windows and skylights and secret tunnels and all that come with them in my life. If you do too, call me. I want you to find the doors (and more) also!