Welcome! Your Future Is Ready
Are you adrift in the sea of life? Sailing without a rudder or a map? Want more out of life? If you recognize that you want more out of life, you have started to move in the right direction.
There’s a way to find what’s missing in your life. A path that can lead you where you want to go.
Remember, you are bigger than your problems. You are the master of your destiny.
Are you ready to invest in your future? Let’s start the adventure now.
If you really don’t know what coaching is about, there is an explanation in a column that follows.
What to Expect
First, being Coached is about you and what you want. For this reason, we will identify what you want to achieve through Coaching. This means really getting into specifics. Instead of saying you want to lose 30 pounds, we will talk about why you want to lose that many pounds. Is it because you want to get to a certain clothing size, be able to wear that special bathing suit, or to reach a specific body fat percentage.
Second, we will develop a plan with step by step goals. As your Coach, I will help keep you on track to achieving your goals. Sounds fairly simple, but without a Coach there to provide encouragement, be a cheerleader, and help keep you accountable, it is much harder to stay on task.
Our sessions will be over the phone. We may also use texting and emailing to communicate and keep things moving forward. You can expect that I, as your Coach, will be focused, not multitasking, and prepared for our sessions. I will expect the same from you. After all, isn’t your future and your goals worth your focus and mine.
Is it time for you to take that step and see if Coaching is for you? Schedule a free mini-session now by clicking on the schedule section. I look forward to talking with you.
What do Michael Jordan, LeBron James, John Elway, Payton Manning, Babe Ruth, Billy Jean King, Serena Williams, Ronda Rousey, and Willy Mayes all have in common? They were, or are, all great athletes and they all have, or had, Coaches.
And what do Bill Clinton, Mother Teresa, Hugh Jackson, Princess Diana, Leonardo DeCaprio, Nelson Mandela, and Larry King have in common besides their fame and success? They all have used the services of a Life Coach.
So why shouldn’t everyone have a Coach? Do we think our skills are better than those famous athletes and celebrities? By not having a Coach, we are saying “We are more skilled than those famous and successful people. It’s not about skill, its about getting support when you need it. Many people think if you use a coach you have some kind of weakness in yourself. Instead of seeing coaching as a weakness, see it as a strength. You are willing to admit you don’t know everything and you could use someone on your side to help you play the game of life and succeed.
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Rarely have I seen someone as emphatic as Brent.BA
Mr. Adams was incredibly effective in helping me move forward with my personal life as well as pushing me to take professional risks which have all paid off. Thank you.FG