Wherever You Go, There You Are 

Wherever you go, there you are

Ever noticed that there's no running away from anything?

If you refuse to deal with it and try to run away, eventually it catches you up. This is especially true with old patterns and fears.

The grass is not greener somewhere else!

Changing location, job, lover etc and have a new beginning a fresh start .... when all too often the troubles you feel aren't because of external factors.

Because, let’s face it, it’s so much easier to blame, accuse or believe that what’s needed is a change on the outside, in an attempt to escape from the forces that are holding you back, stopping you growing and from finding happiness. Or, worse still, you blame yourself and try to run away from it all, feeling that “it’s all a big mess.” Either way the belief that prevails is not conducive to creating a change and resolving the problem(s).

What is Coaching Really? 

COACHING is a process of assisting an individual to move from where they are to where they want to be in life. It’s a process that may also include helping the individual to enhance their skills, knowledge and work performance.
In fact, to be truly effective and powerful, coaching has to be so much more than just this! So to help ENSURE RESULTS then a coaching model has to have these 4 distinct phases within it.

Here’s an introduction to it, we give you heaps more information during our Coaching Diploma Weekend Training

Phase 1: Understanding and Clarity
Firstly, Coaching is the process of guiding an individual to an understanding and clarity as to the structure of the reality that they have been creating to date.

It’s Easy to Make An Excuse..... 

People talk a good game and you hear them tell you about all the things they are going to do, what they are going to achieve and it all sounds great.
Have you ever noticed that all too often, when you catch up with them, they often deliver plausible reasons (a.k.a excuses) why they haven’t done that yet or aren’t on track or haven’t even started on the project. And you know people like this! You don’t have to be a Coach or a Manager to appreciate this because friends and family can make excuses too. Viewing themselves as “victims of circumstance” the problem is they’ve given away their power to change. Instead of taking personal responsibility for creating a better life, they are living life by default.