Do you feel like you’re not quite living up to your full potential?
Be the best version of you
All of us know that we could do better at times. But if you have that nagging feeling that you’re not quite reaching your potential then coaching could help.
What is coaching?
Coaching is a developmental process that aims to help bring about positive change in the person being coached.
When is coaching most effective?
It's most effective when the coachee has a specific goal they want to achieve or a problem they need help solving. Coaches do not fix problems or offer advice; instead we listen, reflect, clarify and hold our clients accountable.
The coachee is responsible for deciding what changes to make and making the changes in their own situation. A coach offers supportive accountability in weekly sessions to help the coachee make the changes they’ve prioritised. Coaching has a clearly defined beginning and end with weekly sessions, usually at the same time and day and for a set period of time, like 6, 9 or 12 weeks.
What's holding you back?
Being coached is a practical and beneficial way to make progress in life and achieve your goals. The more specific your goals are, the more effective it will be. But you may also need a session to help prioritise which goal you’d like to work on. A good coach can make a huge difference when it comes to helping you see your own often invisible patterns that are holding you back. Here’s what Antoinette had to say about her own self-sabotaging behaviours:
What's the difference between coaching, mentoring and counselling?
Coaching is about making changes in the short-term (typically within a 6 - 12 week period). It’s not about diving into the past or creating a long-term strategy. It focuses on the question, “How am I going to do something?” The accountability part of coaching helps to answer the question, “When am I going to do it?”
How do I do it?
What do I do?
Why do I do it?
Based on the work of David Clutterbuck
What's the aim of coaching?
It's designed to help you focus on achieving a single goal or objective. Committing to being coached is a great way of prioritising a project or goal with weekly check-ins to help keep you on track.
Ultimately, the aim is to help you do something important more effectively and efficiently than you could do on your own. Here’s what Antoinette said:
What issues can coaching help with?
You can apply it to any important life event and it should give you some perspective and help you start making progress. It can help you:
There's never been a more exciting time to run a business than now. But it’s easy to lose focus amidst the tools and technologies that are supposed to help you reach your customers.
Besides being a coach, I’ve also spent the last 25 years working in design, branding and digital. I’ve also been through the entire business cycle from start to finish several times across 2 different countries and languages.
What do you need help with?
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Life is seldom as simple or straightforward as we’d like it. Often, we find ourselves repeating unhelpful patterns that limit our relationships and progress. Life coaching can shine a light on these often hidden patterns and help you break your negative cycles.
Besides being a coach, I’ve been on my own journey of personal discovery for over 20 years. So I’ve got the experience to help you see things from a different perspective.
What do you need help with?
Ready to break the cycle?
Meet your coach
Hi! I'm Guy, your coach at Modern Savage. I'm a serial entrepreneur and digital marketing guru. My superpower is transforming difficult situations into opportunites for personal growth.