Coaching for you, can I help?
Stress and anxiety
Stress and anxiety cause poor sleep, and a lack of sleep can cause stress and anxiety. Poor sleep and the pressure to be excellent (perfect even) driven by your inner critic is a tough calling. You may thrive on stress but it's meant to be temporary and not a lifestyle.
Frustrated by a lack of progress and find yourself making excuses and trying to ignore or push away any thoughts or ambitions, maybe you talk yourself out of it. Self-doubt makes it hard to progress.
Fragile or low confidence
Confidence comes from a belief in our abilities, strengths, qualities and ultimately that we have value. You can build on it once you know how. Anxiety, over-analysing and criticising yourself is a stumbling block and it's interference holding you back.
I will show you how to grow your confidence and manage the self-doubt using practical tips and techniques. Giving you ...
1. Confidence and self-belief.
Grow your confidence step by step and understand why we procrastinate and over-analyse. Learn how to build the self-belief with your own bespoke plan of action. I have over 15 years of experience specialising in building confidence, raising self-esteem and resilience with people from all backgrounds, working one to one and in groups.
2. Motivation and clarity.
We connect the dots between what makes you tick with what you want. I'll share tips and techniques to help you manage stress and you'll learn ways to be centered and grounded. Learn how to get crystal clear on your boundaries and that's crucial in managing stress and anxiety. As we move forward your ambition and enthusiasm will ease back into life.
3. The route forward.
Explore your options with objectivity and curiosity, not fear or criticism. We get specific on the best and most effective route forward and we start by getting clear on the outcomes you want from coaching. It’s personal and professional development, the two are not separate.
By the way, it's an easy mistake to make
Thinking you're either born confident or not. Or that confidence equates to being domineering or a natural leader. Not so.
You can be an introvert who is self-confident. Confidence is not a personality type.
Sometimes it's very helpful to adapt extrovert behaviours and sometimes it's necessary to have solitude.
Working with me is not about changing your personality or making you into something you’re not.
It’s about finding your voice and what you want.
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