Which Route Will You Take?
It’s a privilege to witness both the emotional and physical transformations in the people I work with.
It’s something that lights me up every single day. Not from my ego’s point of view of thinking, I’m just the best coach or therapist on the planet, but from my intrinsic beliefs and values that everyone has the right and deserves to live a happy, fulfilled and purposeful life. To live otherwise is a grave injustice, in my opinion.
People seek me out from all walks of life, and for all sorts of reasons. However, there is always an underlying theme, a lack of ‘enough-ness’. This manifests in low self-confidence, low self-esteem, not feeling good enough, not feeling loveable enough or not feeling deserving enough. Their negative views of ‘self’ are endless, which keep you small and stuck in that never-ending cycle of not being able to go forward and move on, so that your dreams and goals always appear to be permanently out of reach.
We are creatures of habit. Change is hard at first, messy in the middle, but so worth it in the end.
When I start to work with a new client, one of the first things I discuss is the role each of us will play in the relationship. I am the sat-nav and they are the driver, I love this analogy because it’s easy to understand, If the client commits to the work we do together, follows my instructions and does the homework I set, their confidence and enough-ness will sky-rocket. They will transform into the person they really are, the person who has been hidden away, and they will go on to achieve their dreams and desires.
However, as the driver, the choice of route is theirs. I can’t make them commit, follow my instructions or do the homework, notwithstanding they have invested a lot of money. I can remind them to ‘make a U-turn’ or ‘stick to the route’, but I can’t force them.
All I know is that if they do the work and stick to the route, it will be time and money well spent, and so do the clients who have worked with me and transformed their lives.
If you’d like more information, grab a cuppa and hop on a no-obligation call to find out how I can help and, more importantly, if I’m the right person for you.