Hi there. Thanks for stopping by. I guarantee you that you’re one of the first to review this blog, and I appreciate that.
I bet if you’ve come this far, you have some questions. I plan to use this place to answer your questions, start discussions and provide some nuggets for us to chew on.
First things first. Are you wondering…what’s coaching? What’s mind coaching? Why am I still confused about it?
Coaching is a generic term and takes on so many shapes – so of course you have questions. In our day-to-day culture, we relate coaching with sports coach, fitness coach, nutritional coach, career coach, acting coach, spiritual coach, business coach, leadership coach and on and on and on.
What’s a mind coach then you ask? It’s much closer to a life coach than any of the aforementioned types of coaches. But still, what do you think of when you think of a life coach? Tony Robbins? Marie Forleo? Eckhart Tolle? That’s all correct, but they are also synonymous with a motivational speaker, internet TV host and spiritual guru... thus confusing the “coach” terminology that much more.
For those who have had a life coach before, this is not a mind-blowing concept to wrap your heads around. But for those who are first-timers to coaching, this could be ridiculously confusing. I call the type of coaching that I do “mind coaching” to help differentiate what I do with all the other types of coaching out there.
Google defines a coach as, “a person who counsels and encourages clients on matters having to do with careers or personal challenges.” I’m ok with this definition, if it helps you understand what I can offer you.
I’m a gal who likes bullets, since I come from the world of management consulting. So, in 3 bullets, here’s what I offer my clients and have changed their lives:
What’s your experience with the word “coach?” Have you had a life or mind coach before? How did it help / not help you? Would love to hear your experience. Share your thoughts by posting a comment below.
Still have questions? Shoot me a message.