Frequently asked questions about coaching
What is coaching?
Coaching is a powerful conversation that helps you to discover your own path even if you don’t see it right now. It is about supporting you every step of the way towards the point that you have a better understand of who you ultimately want to be. It can also unlock your potential and maximise your overall performance when it comes to your private and professional life. Clarity and purpose will be your guiding light and will help you navigate obstacles like insecurities, limiting beliefs, assumptions and judgements about yourself and others.
What coaching is not
This type of coaching is not about telling you what to do in order to achieve results. It is more of a discovery process in which I guide you to find your own path towards more clarity and understanding of what drives you in life. It is also not about quick instant results that will all of the sudden hold all the answers for you. Anything that is meaningful in life like friendships, relationships in general or building a business is about commitment and time invested. This type of coaching approach which I do and is based on the Co-Active coaching model beliefs that you got all the answers insight you already but your mind is like a foggy english countryside morning. Together we will clear your vision and help you find the right path at the crossroads.
How often would we meet?
I recommend to have coaching sessions every two weeks. This gives you enough time to process the content of the sessions in order to reflect and make little changes happen. So in total the coaching journey will take approx. 3 and a half months.
How many coaching sessions do I need to have in order to achieve my goals?
Change doesn’t happen overnight as they say. In order to achieve a transition and also alter your behaviour or thought patterns it takes several months to implement that. That is why I recommend to have at least 6 sessions over a period of 12-14 weeks. It is important that you follow up on the results of coaching because it does not stop there for you. I remember when I did coaching at the beginning of 2020 I first thought that I will have all the answers and will change my life immediately. That can happen for sure and it is also important to remember that it can be the start of a snowball effect and things will just naturally fall into place. Regardless it requires an ongoing commitment towards yourself even after coaching is over to make sure you follow up on your dreams and aspirations turning them into reality.