Frequently Asked Questions
Coaching is about empowering people to come up with their own answers. Someone comes to a life coach to achieve a goal or to change, enhance or improve some area of their life. Coaching takes the client from where they are to where they want to be.
Coaching is results-oriented and focuses on making changes in the present. The client develops a plan of action to move forward, and the coach holds the client accountable to follow through with that plan of action.
I employ an innovative approach by integrating neuroscience into my coaching methods, revolutionizing how my clients make substantial transformations in their lives.
By understanding the intricacies of the brain and its adaptability, I tailor my strategies to work in harmony with the brain’s processes, making change more accessible and efficient for my clients.
Leveraging neuroscience, I can help individuals rewire their thinking patterns and behaviors, aligning their goals with the brain’s natural inclinations for change.
Through this approach, my clients experience remarkable shifts with considerably less effort, as they harness the brain’s capacity to adapt and create lasting, impactful changes in their lives.
My approach highlights the significance of getting the brain on board as a pivotal step towards achieving personal growth and transformation.
While the answers are always within the client, a strong partnership between the coach and client is the foundation to success.
Prior to any agreements, I meet with you so we can determine if we are a good fit to work together. After that, we sign a partnership agreement that outlines how coaching will happen and what the coach and the client can expect from each other.
Sessions can be held online or in person, depending on the client’s location and schedule.
Yes I do. I get men. I’ve taken the time to study how they think and appreciate the unique challenges they face in today’s society. I understand their motivations, and I am able to give them a safe space to dream.