Your Money's Worth
Up! Make space for coaching in your life. Keep your
appointment time. Give yourself a little time to
integrate. A coaching session wedged between major
commitments can lose much of its impact.
Complete and return your prep form prior to your
session. Completing the prep form need take no more
than 5 minutes, yet it's the kind of investment
that pays off big-time in our work together. Make
a choice about how you want us to focus the session
(or know and communicate that you need help with
willing to say "No"! Tell your coach "No" if my
suggestion doesn't make sense to you, if it feels
like a burden, or too big a step to take.
Proactive. Ask for what you need. You may need to
ask for time to consider your answer to a powerful
question; or you may want me to be tougher (or gentler)
with you. Either way, let me know. You are the expert
on your needs and process.
patient! As with all human endeavors, the coaching
process takes time to develop, flower and become
as impactful as it has the potential to be. Don't
assume that something is wrong if you hit a plateau
or feel stuck for a while. The coaching relationship
has enough space for integration-time as well as
forward movement towards your goals.
yourself to be supported by your coach. Email
or leave a voice message when you're stuck, frustrated,
wanting guidance or someone to brainstorm with.
Also, be sure to get in touch when you have a "win"
to share! That's an opportunity for support, too.
Either way, I love it when you let me support you
-- hey, I love to be needed!
Be real with your coach! If you start to feel scared
or sad, say so. If you feel annoyed or not completely
understood, say that. If you're feeling excited,
share that too. Honor where you are and how you're
feeling. There is no need to put on a show for your
coach. Ask yourself: do I want Hava to coach my
image, or me?
what you need from your coaching session. Check
for a feeling of completeness at the end of the
session. Is there something else you need to bring
up? Do you need your coach to hold you accountable
for a commitment you have made? Is there something
you can do to "lock in" the learning from this session?
Or, if you're not sure what you need, simply say,
" I don't feel complete yet. Can you help me figure
out what's missing for me?"
fun! Allow the coaching to be a joyous exploration
of yourself and your possibilities. Laughter and
glee is the most effective way to learn, anyway.
The fieldwork between coaching sessions is your
opportunity to move forward in life. When you make
a commitment, hold it as a priority. Even if we
find that you are not following through with a particular
commitment, that's OK; it provides us with important
information. We may need to revise, chunk down,
or redeploy. Unfortunately, a commitment made with
no follow-through energy dedicated to it will be
empty of value.
- it's a partnership
a relationship with someone who is totally curious
about your dreams and aspirations, what makes you
tick, what you value, what you are most passionate
about - a person who will help you clarify your goals
and provide the tools for action and learning that
lead to the results you want.
a relationship where the total focus is on you, what
you want for your life, and what will help you achieve
it. The coaching relationship is like that. As your
coach, I meet you in the present, support you where
you are, and move you forward towards your future.
is a powerful relationship for people making important
changes. Wherever you are with your question or problem,
I'm there too, supporting, motivating, inspiring.
. . coaching you to success.
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you ready for coaching?
Some of the many benefits of coaching are:
|Make better decisions
||When you know your
purpose and set your intention to live on purpose,
it's so much easier (and obvious) to make decisions
without hesitation or doubts.
|Be more satisfied
with your work, your relationships, your life
|Improve a relationship
- create a relationship
||Much of what limits
our ability to attract and sustain satisfying,
meaningful, rewarding relationships has to do
with myths, half-truths, and not very useful understandings
about the world, Typically, we're not aware of
these limiting beliefs. As your coach, I help expand your
awareness and reveal hidden possibilities, and
you get to experience relationships with more
authenticity and satisfaction.
|Create order and
goals: start a business, write a book, have a
|Follow a passion
||You have the vision
and the skills--I can't do it for you. But you
know how much easier it can be to achieve goals
when you are held accountable, when you have a
partner, when there is support for you at the
challenging times. As your coach, I am there for
you in a way you have never before experienced.
I hold your vision for you, staying true to your
plans, even when you are feeling discouraged.
You'll have fewer and less debilitating "slump-times"
and you'll be able to steadily move forward into
the life of your dreams.
Increase your income; manage your spending
undermine our success: learning how to accept
abundance and prosperity is one way to alleviate
financial stress. At the same time, when we are
living lives of fulfillment, we are less likely
to use "retail therapy" to cope with emptiness
|Get more from life:
more peace of mind, more simplicity, more joy,
Have less from life: less confusion, less stress,
less financial pressure
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