Coaching

By: Springboards Consulting Coaching & Training  06-Dec-2011

What if

there was one person in the world whose focus was you.

A person who inspires, challenges and supports you to achieve your goals.  A person who believes in you…

… what could you achieve then?

So what could you achieve then?

Whatever it is you want to achieve, whatever your goals are, having a coach hugely increases the chance of success. And if you don’t have any goals, finding out what goals you do want is a key part of the coach’s role.

People come to a coach because they want more of something, less of something, or a better balance. They want a better quality of life, more success, or less financial pressure. They want better relationships, more order, or less procrastination. They want their lives to run more smoothly.

A coach has attributes of a mentor, a sports coach, a counsellor, and a physical fitness trainer. A coach listens carefully, looks deeply and intuitively and explores more fully with the use of powerful questions. A coach walks beside you, inspiring you when you need inspiration, provoking “aha” moments of self-discovery, challenging you to be your best self, believing in you and your abilities to achieve so much more than you think you can. A coach can help you to look at things in a new way and form new habits. Having a coach is a vital part in your success.

A coach helps you to DREAM BIG and stop playing small. They draw out the very best in you.

The question is …

Are you ready?

Coaching can be face-to-face, over the phone or sometimes, online.


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