||What You'll Learn
In This Clip
Go of Your Old Career - Now!
||Finding peace at work; the value of being
honest and clear with your intentions; facing the risk
of letting go of an old career; staying with a job you
hate versus being fearless
||Tells a story that is easily relatable
to the client's circumstance. Acknowledging the client's
progress. Tying down specifc dates for actions to happen.
Great suggestions for changing the perception of being
financially supported by a partner.
Power of Choice
||Accepting the choices you make and following
through on them; re-choosing each day; how to play 'victim'
and how to play 'powerful'
||Coach asks good clarifying questions;
uses great real life examples on how to be responsible.
Strong opinions in this coaching.
||Recognising what it means when you start
'feeling good'; how you can use that energy for more
||Coach is quick to get client talking about
what is going well. Coach clarifies the feelings and
supports the client in using that energy.
Easy On Yourself
||Realising the value of what you have done;
being able to trust your own judgement each day
||Good example of encouraging the client
and helping the client to help themselves.
to Have a Very Difficult Conversation
||Having the courage to say what you think;
facing the fear of rejection/ confrontation
||Coach is very supportive and understanding
of the difficult circumstances. Makes the client realise
the situation is within her power to change. Does a
role play that is very powerful for the client. Encourages
||Learning to have fun and taking time to
enjoy life; stop trying to be so perfect
||Coach gets the client to think of actions
and then helps them to tie down specifics.
to Say No and Enjoy It
||Learning to say no and not feel obligated
||Coach gets the client down to basics and
helps her clarify what she is trying to say. Encourages
and Move On
||Getting clear on the feelings that are
held behind the 'stories' in our lives; clarifying what
you feel now about past issues
||Client is slow to get to 'the issue'.
The coach redirects the session well - brings it into
the present moment - and finds the source. Works with
the emotions behind the stories.
is a Successful One
||Recognising your successes along the way;
keeping your mind in check while heading toward your
targets; enjoying the journey
||Breaks the client's pattern of beating
herself up about things not completed. Dispells her
negative self-belief. Some religious references. The
breakthrough comes at the end.
||Facing up to our own shortcomings; having
the courage to change; how to ask a relative what they
want you to change
||Coach acknowledges client's actions. Helps
the client to get clear on what benefits have resulted
from his actions.