Are you feeling stressed, tired or stuck? Why accept things the way they are? You only have one life so make the most of it.
A common question is what is life coaching? Answer? If you are sick go to a doctor, if you want to change or improve aspects of your life go to a coach.
Coaching is for anyone and everyone. Clients come from all walks of life: teenagers to retired; singers to doctors; teachers to stay at home parents; recently redundant to newly graduated, Directors to vicars. Common reasons people have a life coach are to develop a better work-life balance, improve confidence energy or motivation, get out of a rut or find a new job.
Life coaching looks at the whole of a person’s life. If you are already doing well, it can take you from good to great. The key is to be proactive and continuously ask what’s working, what isn’t working and what needs to change.
If you are struggling, life coaching can be the preventative measure needed to manage stress, unhappiness or disillusionment and get life back on track.
Coaching is very powerful and successful, clients report consistently excellent results. Arising from the self-awareness and epiphanies that occur during coaching sessions, clients are able to make the right decision and are eager to take action.
If you want a new direction, career change or are a teenager wanting to discover career options we find out your top 5 strengths using the Clifton StrengthsFinder assessment. It is far easier to achieve and do well if you are starting from a position of strength. You will also enjoy your work much more. Once we know what your strengths are then we will look at different roles which suit them. In fact, Gallup has found that “people who do have the opportunity to focus on their strengths every day are six times as likely to be engaged in their jobs and more than three times as likely to report having an excellent quality of life in general.”
Are you feeling unsatisfied with life? This could be because what you care about has not been articulated or linked to what you are doing. Knowing your values equips you to take the right action. One client who was unhappy in all areas discovered that he was in the right job role, just not in the right organisation or location… “I feel like a new person, the salary cut was definitely worth it”.
Who is life coaching for?
*Life Coaching is for anyone and everyone.
*Need more confidence?
*Better work-life balance?
*Been made redundant?
*Don’t know where to start?
*Planning to retire?
*Develop good habits?
“I wanted to say a proper thank you for your time and focus on me over these past few months. I feel like I’ve been on a journey of discovery during which you’ve helped me reconnect with the ‘real me’. It hasn’t always been easy but you’ve provided just the right amount of encouragement along the way. I feel able to make better decisions and prioritise for ‘me’ rather than trying to do things for everyone else. I’m going to miss our regular session but at least I have the tools and confidence with which to move forward. A huge thank you again and would totally recommend!” Jonathan Oldershaw, Northamptonshire.
Some clients prefer to focus purely on career coaching, others opt to have a combination of both life and career coaching. It is your coaching session, so contact Jenny Butter at Epiphany to make sure you have what you need.
To find out more about frequency and duration, please look at coaching session information.