Common Outcomes

Common Outcomes and Benefits of Working with a Coach*

COGNITIVE AND EXPERIENTIAL OUTCOMES

  • enhanced clarity
  • greater motivation
  • the ability to be more focused and present
  • increased awareness (this is really key!)
  • the freedom to choose when to and when not to listen to the voices in your head that are often critical, fearful, guilt-inducing, overly protective, and downright mean
  • the ability to shift perspectives
  • ease in tapping internal wisdom and inherent resources

These fundamental cognitive and experiential outcomes create a pathway to:

EMOTIONAL AND PHYSICAL OUTCOMES

  • reduced stress and symptoms of stress
  • becoming sick less often, and participating in your own healing and wellness
  • truly experiencing and celebrating successes and breakthroughs instead of just checking them off a list
  • truly experiencing difficulties, extracting the real lessons in loss and disappointment…and then enabling yourself to let them go
  • having more energy and focusing your energy
  • learning to be your own best friend

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PRACTICAL AND LIFESTYLE OUTCOMES

  • prioritizing what’s truly important
  • asking for what you want and what you need (and getting it!)
  • getting important things done, and done more quickly
  • communicating more effectively
  • becoming more organized and efficient
  • finding and implementing solutions through enhanced creativity
  • accomplishing more by doing less
  • having fewer problems in general (literally!)
  • committing to action, taking action, and being held accountable for it

SOUL AND SPIRIT OUTCOMES

  • awakening to your life purpose
  • discovering your gifts
  • aligning your inner and outer lives
  • honing your values, and truly living by them
  • deepening and practicing your unique spirituality

*No outcome is guaranteed. This list is comprised of benefits and results that are witnessed, reported (both directly and anecdotally), and evidenced by actions taken and changes that have evolved over time. Client experiences vary and clients are responsible for what they create in their lives.

 

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