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Professional athletic coaches have been recognized for years for their skills in helping athletes perform at their best. What athletic coaches do for athlete’s professional executive, wellness, and life coaches do for their client’s lives, we help people reach peak performance, best health, and wellbeing.

Coaches work with clients to achieve goals, identify and overcome barriers to success, and make shifts in their lives. Through creating a partnering relationship, with full confidence in the client’s abilities to create the changes they seek, the focus is on the present and what the client wants to achieve. Coaches help focus, challenge, provide direction, support, motivate, and celebrate successes with you. Coaches use specific strategies and skills to help you create a plan, detail the action steps, and hold you accountable. Coaching skills include listening deeply, observing, asking quality, empowering, though provoking questions, motivating, and challenging. Coaching is not counseling and your past will not be analyzed.

Coaching is done via telephone, video conferencing (through my secure virtual office), face-to-face, or a combination of all. Coaching can be done individually or for small groups focused on the same type of goals.

What personal training does for your body, a professional coach does for your brain. Coaching psychology is an amalgamation of fifteen other behavioral theories, it is the relational approach to implement positive psychology practices.

The Process of Coaching:
1. You provide background information through completing the appropriate assessment for your needs or goals. This might be a well-being, strengths, values, leadership style, or other assessment.
2. The first coaching session is 60-90 minutes, you identify priorities and together we develop a personal vision (executive, leadership, wellness, or life), three month goals, and first steps.
3. Subsequent meetings are 30-40 minutes weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly. During these sessions we will review progress toward vision and goals, explore and resolve pressing issues or barriers, learn something new, and agree on goals to be addressed prior to next session.
4. By the end of 1-3 months, depending on personal goals you can expect to reach more than 70% of your three-month goals and feel energized and confident to embark on new areas with or without coach.

Executive & Small Business Coaching:
The essence of this type of coaching is inspiring executive leaders to make behavioral changes which transform themselves and the people around them thereby increasing business results and performance. When leaders get unstuck from their dilemmas a coach can assist them to transfer their learning into results for the organization. In executive coaching a facilitative one-to-one, mutually designed relationship between a professional coach and a key contributor who has a powerful position in the organization is created. The focus of the coaching is usually focused on organizational performance or development, but it may also serve a personal component as well.

Health & Wellness Coaching:
This coaching focuses on creating an individual wellness plan that will assist you in reaching your optimum health and wellness status. The development and implementation of a wellness plan is achieved via the co-created accepting relationship based on the coaching psychology theory.

Life Coaching:
This coaching can focus on all aspects within your life, addressing both personal and professional goals. This is a useful approach because often, if something is impacting ones work, it is affecting one’s personal life as well and vice versa. Life coaching a whole person, whole life approach that utilizes behavioral theories as a foundation this type of coaching is structured for support. Some clients prefer to spend more time focusing on business goals, while others focus on personal or relationship goals. Life coaching can be used short-term to achieve a specific goal, or to support the client through a specific transition, decision, or project. The time commitment for life coaching can be a short as one month, and continue on a month-to-month basis for as long as the client feels coaching is working.

Reasons that an individual might engage a life coach might include:
• Planning – business, career, life
• Balance business and personal life
• Making key decisions and designing strategies for success
• Building meaningful and powerful relationships
• Communicating succinctly
• Identify core values
• Identifying and Removing fears and removing road blocks
• Getting organized
• Setting and achieving goals
• Finding/creating the ideal partner/love, relationship or the ideal career/ work or business
• Support to move through transitions, changes, life-cycle events

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