“What do you want for the holidays?”
Do you feel at a loss every time you hear that question? I do. What do I want? Not stuff, that is for sure. An experience? Tickets to a show, a fancy dinner or an away weekend? Maybe.
But what do I and everybody else really want? Peace of mind. Happiness. Confidence. Trust in the future. Patience. Could someone wrap those up with a big bow please?
Well—maybe that can be arranged.
I’m going to dive in here with a bit of shameless self promotion, because working with a coach can honest to goodness get you these results—
Waking up happy
Feeling confident in yourself and your parenting
Trusting your decisions
Looking forward to your “what’s next”
Utilizing a new set of tools to handle your daily frustrations
So if you really want these things for the holidays and especially in the New Year, think about hiring a coach. Obviously I’d like you to consider me—but if we are not a good fit, I can help you find someone who is.
Coaching is such a positive, uplifting experience, which differentiates it from therapy. Here are some other ways coaching is different from therapy:
Coaching is done on the phone—allowing you to schedule appointments more easily
Coaching is all about you—you determine the agenda based on your goals and needs
Coaching is forward looking—no need to drag all your skeletons out of the closet
Coaching focuses on what you can do, not what you can’t
Coaching is empowering—you always hang up feeling better than when you got on the phone
So when your honey asks you what you want this year, consider asking for coaching. You know you have been thinking about it anyway–now is the perfect time! Ask for the gift that keeps on giving. Something that will make you feel better each and every day. Something that lifts you up and makes your life easier.
Having a coach is like having your own personal cheerleader. Your coach is invested in you and your success—in all positive ways. She is with you every step of the way. Your success is her success. It’s a win/win. Wouldn’t it be great to have a relationship like that? One that is all about you?
If you would like more details I would be so happy to support you–please contact me at Lorna@LornaGager.com
What do you think a coaching relationship could add to your life? If you have had a coach, how has it helped you? Please leave me a comment below.