I’ve been reflecting on what might be holding you back from saying YES to group coaching.
Perhaps it’s the group component of the program. The idea of sharing emotions or intimate thoughts with others might make you feel vulnerable. You value strength, and seeking help without seeming vulnerable.
But here’s a perspective shift: Vulnerability is a form of strength.
Let’s play a game! 🎲
Imagine a life where you feel like you’re on a non-stop vacation. Sounds dreamy? That’s because it is!
Now, tell me, how much do you wish to banish the little overthinker in your mind? Rate it from 1-10… Did you just yell, “20!” at your screen? High-five! 🖐
But wait, are you as amped up to do the nitty-gritty to kick overthinking to the curb? Aha! Gotcha there! But don’t worry, that’s where I sprinkle in my magic (or, let’s say, expert coaching tactics).
Let’s talk to you about a prevalent but often overlooked obstacle that might be hindering your full potential: anxiety.
For many high-achieving women like yourself, anxiety can subtly creep into our lives, causing restlessness, sleepless nights, and a constant sense of dread. It’s this silent enemy that can chip away at our confidence, self-belief, and eventually, our success. But the first step to overcoming it is acknowledging and understanding its presence.
You may have the question in mind: “Do need coaching?”
Sometimes we think coaching is like therapy and that we must have a problem in order to need it.
It’s a valid concern, and I appreciate your desire to assess your needs and make informed decisions about your personal growth and well-being…BUT….
Let me remind you that while therapy is for those who need it, coaching is for those who want it.
The last few weeks, when concluding our private coaching calls, I’ve heard my clients say things like; “I feel 50 pounds lighter” or, “I feel so light and happy” that it made me think I needed to add “weight loss” to the benefits of my programs.
The weight my clients lose transcends the numbers on a scale and delves into the realm of emotional well-being.
Imagine a weight loss that makes your mind feel clear, your chest light, and your life filled with genuine happiness. Intrigued?
Why oh why, do I believe that I am NOT good enough?
This is a reoccurring question in my coaching sessions, so I figured I would share with you the answer to that question;
These sneaky thoughts can undermine your confidence, sabotage your progress, and prevent you from living the life you truly desire.
What makes you procrastinate…
…Fear of Success!
It’s understandable; we all experience moments of hesitation and doubt. However, I believe that beneath these justifications lies a fear of “success” hidden under the fear of failure, and I’m here to tell you that it’s time to break free from its grip and let it go.
I want to emphasize the importance of prioritizing our well-being as a vital aspect of our personal and professional growth. By investing in self-care, we enhance our productivity, unleash our creativity, and experience sustainable fulfillment.
Here’s how prioritizing well-being can elevate your success:
The doors to my most comprehensive coaching program are about to open up, and I want you to be as ready as you can, to apply should you decide to join me.
What will you gain in those six months?
The goal of this program is to create a community where women can come together, support each other, and collectively gain valuable knowledge that empowers them, fosters self-awareness, identifies their driving forces, and nurtures a growth mindset.