Since I have started my practice, the most frequent question I get asked is 'What is it that you do?'
'I am a Life Coach', I say. They say, 'The what??'
That got me thinking of writing this for those who are curious about what a Life Coach is. In a traditional sense a coach is generally associated with sports or some kind of competitive activity. Then there is the word mentor, a person more successfully in the area that you want to exceed in, limited to one area of your life.
A Life Coach is a little bit of both, in the sense that they will help you identify and achieve your goal and that could be any area of your life. More importantly, I am a Law Of Attraction (LOA) oriented Life Coach.
What this means is that an individual that uses a LOA Life Coach, ultimately understand their own powers to create their own reality. The focus is to become self aware of their vibrations and learn how to effectively manage it to lead a happy, full life.
There are a few things that I promise to individuals who get in touch with me:
I am most happiest when I have managed to help someone unlock potential, experience a paradigm shift in thinking, when they realize their worth. I get quiet emotional every time I see that happen for someone.
So that's what I do, I am a LOA oriented Life Coach!
Speak to you soon. :)
I was attending a workshop a few days ago, were I met 2 university students(who know I am writing this) who reminded me why I love to do what I do. Let me give you a few words to describe these beauties, twinkle in thier eyes, curious, attentive, energetic and brimming with ideas. Prefect!
As I interacted with them over the next few days, I could feel the sheer potential that lay within them. A combination of good core values and passion.
They shared with me their recent experience where they has tried something new and they eventually realized that’s not what they want to be and that’s not how they want their lives to turn out.
Deliberate creators might read these and say, ‘Ok what’s new?’ As did I.
Until, I sensed a tone of disappointment in their voice. I quickly realized they were judging themselves for ‘deviating from the path’. Think the words used was ‘going off track’.
Off track?! Woo Hoo! Off track is good, I said to them.
It’s because of the ‘off track’ that we recognize the ‘on track’. Contrast is a good thing. It helps us make a list of things we love and helps is identify what lights our fire.
The girls have agreed, moving forward they will not judge any situation and when they do experience contrast, they will thank it and move forward... skipping into the sunset, like they normally do.
My role as a coach allows me to bring, what I believe are simple techniques to find a better feeling thought to individuals who might feel stuck or might be struggling, get to a place where they can realize their dreams.
A big shout out to everyone who has given me the honour to work with them, to unlock their potential.
Can I hear a woo hoo for the ‘Off track’ ....?!