How does coaching help me?
Why do I need a coach?
Just in case you’ve got to this page and don’t know the answer or are still not convinced by what you know or have read in About.
When we examine successful individuals worldwide, particularly those who have achieved financial, career, or sports success (depending on your definition of success), we find that a significant majority of them have engaged the services of a coach.
Even elite athletes, despite their exceptional abilities, employ coaches. One might wonder why they need a coach if they are already at the top of their game.
It is important to understand that an athletics coach is not necessarily an expert in the athlete’s specific field or skill set. Their primary role is to question the athlete about their areas of weakness and improvement opportunities. Rather than providing direct answers, coaches ask thought-provoking questions that prompt the athletes to discover their own answers. Through this process, athletes gain insights that they might not have otherwise realized without someone asking these important questions. It can be incredibly challenging to ask oneself these critical questions, making it easier to enlist the help of a coach.
Moreover, the coach does not necessarily need to fully comprehend the answers provided by the athlete. However, they do hold the athlete accountable by seeking agreement on the specific actions the athlete will take, including the when, where, and how. This accountability and continuous focus on improvement lead to enhanced performance and ultimately, success.
This principle applies not only to athletes but also to business leaders and individuals pursuing success in various domains.
If you would like to experience the benefits of this actionable approach firsthand, I invite you to contact me for a complimentary 20-minute sample session.
Thank you for your consideration.
The human mind consists of various processes designed to ensure survival. These processes analyse information received through our senses and previous experiences stored in memory. By comparing and interpreting this information, we make assumptions about its similarity or dissimilarity, which guides our subsequent behaviour.
When our actions yield outcomes that enhance our chances of survival, we learn from those experiences and are inclined to repeat the corresponding behaviours in similar situations.
As a professional Master Clinical Hypnotherapist, I offer coaching services that leverage certain hypnotic techniques. However, it is important to note that during coaching sessions, I do not induce hypnosis in clients for the purposes of therapy. I do possess the necessary qualifications to address a broad range of issues, including anxiety, depression, phobias, and addictions. If this is of interest to you, please visit my hypnotherapy business website, Life Zest Health, for more information.