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Ready to Unleash Your Potential?

In the whirlwind of balancing career ambitions, family responsibilities, and personal aspirations, it's not uncommon for ambitious women to find themselves pondering in the quiet of the night, "Is this as good as it gets?"

Raise your hand if you have been there! (I certainly have.)

This is often a result of feeling perpetually stuck in a relentless marathon of life's demands - the "rat race."

But if you aren't sure how to break out of that race or take a breath during the marathon, OR if you really are ready to step up your game and go to the next level, you might be asking yourself - should I get a Coach?

I'll start by saying - coaching is amazing.

As a coach myself, I am in a Mastermind Group where we get group coaching -I love this because I get the benefit of an entire group of women who can help me get unstuck.

And I have also done 1:1 specific coaching to help me 10x my dreams.

Both have been worth every penny.

But not all seasons require coaches- sometimes, all you need is dinner with a mentor or a solid self-help book to get you on the right track and motivated. But before you do ANY type of coaching, you must ask yourself these questions.

Am I Coachable?

Consider this: have you ever had a really bad day and just needed to vent to someone, like a spouse or partner, only to be frustrated when they start offering advice?

Coaching is not about venting. It's about being open to feedback and willing to delve deep into your own challenges to grow.

Coaching isn't about someone else solving your problems. It's about working together to unlock something inside of you, to elevate you to the next level. This requires honesty,

openness, and the willingness to address your own shortcomings or areas for growth—a process that is not easy.

Coaching is about you, 100%. You can't control anyone else's emotions, actions, or reactions—only your own.

After determining your coach-ability, the next question to ask is: Am I getting what I want out of life?

This question is as broad as it is simple. If you're thriving, feeling content and accomplished, coaching may not be necessary at this moment. However, if you're feeling stuck and not achieving your personal and professional goals, it might be time to consider coaching.

I'm a firm believer in the value of both coaching and therapy for everyone, at all times. Let me share why, with a story from my own life.

I'm aiming to increase my stage presence in 2024, a significant goal that led me to invest in a coach. Even as a coach myself, I understand the importance of this investment. Coaching is about making an investment in yourself.

My coach challenged me to think bigger and dream bigger—reminding me that coaching is about seeing beyond your current limitations.

Next, ask yourself: How does this level—this version of you—feel?

Many of us chase success without stopping to consider how it feels or if it's truly what we want. Achieving a high level of success without happiness is a stark reminder to check in with ourselves.

Don't be like me; take the time to reflect on how you feel about your life, especially if it looks perfect on the outside.

Finally, consider whether you are reacting to life more than actively shaping it. Creating the life you want is far more fulfilling than simply reacting to what life throws at you.

A great coach can help you navigate this process, enabling you to live intentionally and with purpose. Remember, we don't regret the things we've done as much as the things we haven't done.

So, ask yourself:

  • Am I coachable?

  • Am I getting what I want out of life?

  • How does this version of me feel?

  • Am I reacting to life or actively shaping it?

These questions are crucial for anyone considering coaching! If you need some help finding a great one, I am happy to chat - but I also have a fantastic list of people who are incredible coaches if I'm not your gal!

Talk soon! Until next time - let's stop putting ceilings on what is possible - and start breaking through them!


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