Is coaching for you? It depends.
Do any of these statements ring true to you?
Times have changed, and you need to change too. What worked 5, 10 years ago is no longer working. You're tired of being tired and would like to find a groove that fits your current lifestyle and values.
You no longer remember what fun feels like. Between work, to-do lists, errands, and chores, there is very little time left in the day for you. This totally sucks.This needs to change.
You want to get back into creativity, maybe write that novel, but a) who has the time? and b) where to start? Help.
You don't know when you became so indecisive. Suddenly you can't make your mind up about anything. Waiting and seeing is no longer and option. What do you want? Clarity and courage. When you do want it? Now.
You have a lovely and rewarding life, but lately you've felt a bit blah. You're determined to stay positive, but enough is enough. You need a new game plan.
You recognize that life is precious. You don’t want to waste time feeling exhausted—or feeling distracted—by food, body, or weight drama. You have much better things to do with your time.
Here is all you need to know
Coaching is for everyone who's hungry and ready for change. If you want powerful and permanent upgrades in your life, coaching has your name all over it.
Coaching allows you to get to the root of your problem so you can go after anything you want with confidence and courage.
Coaching reprograms your mind so you go from 'Why me?' to 'Why not me?'
Coaching upgrades your thinking so progress, fulfilment, and abundance becomes the new normal.
In short, coaching activates your self-esteem and upgrades every
aspect of your life.
If you don't believe you deserve it, you won't go for it. If you're afraid of looking foolish, you won't try. When you wait for outer validation and permission, nothing happens.
The bad news is: no one is coming for you.
The good news is: you already have what it takes.
By upgrading your identity, you change your reality.
'In just one session, Inger brought an end to four years of confusion.'
- M. J. | USA
Nothing changes until you do.
If you're ready to work with a coach, you're in great company. Top athletes, world leaders, A-list celebrities, and CEOs openly work with coaches.
This doesn't mean coaching is reserved for famous clients. It just means we're all facing the same problems.
Holding ourselves back. Insecurities. Imposter syndrome. People pleasing. Trouble with boundaries. Boredom. Stagnation. Overwhel. Stress. Money blocks.
Relationship issues. Hesitation.
So regardless what's up for you right now, I'd love to help. Your next move? Just click on the button below.
I wish I'd had the courage to live a life true to myself, not the life others expected of me.
I wish I hadn't worked so hard.
I wish I'd had the courage to express my feelings.
I wish I had stayed in touch with my friends.
I wish that I had let myself be happier.
top five regrets of the dying
Saying yes to you and your dreams is easy, but it takes mental discipline and repetition.
YES TO STEPPING INTO THE UNKNOWN
Since happiness is not a destination, but a journey, and since the journey will look different for person to person, it means that in order to pursue what makes us happy, we have to be willing to step into the unknown. We have to leave our comfort zone. Outside the comfort zone, inside the uncomfortable zone, we face new challenges. We master new skills. We stretch. We wake up. The idea here is that there is a whole range of new experiences waiting for us that are not to be found in our comfort zone. You know you’ve left the comfort zone when it feels like you’re pushing the edge a little bit. Things are challenging, but you discover new sides of yourself and start to connect with them in a deep and meaningful way. Now you’re widening your circle of opportunities and options.
YES TO OWNING YOUR ACHIEVEMENTS
Innovative, insightful, and impressive people (especially of the female kind) are often uncomfortable with their own success. They sweep their achievements under the rug by saying things like, 'Oh, I didn't do anything. I'm nothing special. I've just been very lucky.'
Can you imagine an Olympian gold winner say, 'I just happened to, I don't know, accidentally fall across the finish line ahead of everyone else. It had nothing to do with me. I was just lucky, I guess.'
YES TO FORGING YOUR OWN PATH
Don't limit yourself to doing what looks right. Maybe you want to give away all your belongings. Maybe you want to create an empire. Everyone have their own unique path. Honour yours.
YES TO CHANGING YOUR MIND
We change to adapt to an impermanent reality. That's a fancy way of saying: It's okay to change your course. You can change your mind and alter your plans. It doesn't mean you're doing life wrong, it means you're growing. In the words of Joseph Campbell, 'You must give up the life you planned in order to have the life that is waiting for you.'
YES TO CELEBRATING YOUR VICTORIES
What you celebrate grows and creates forward momentum, so don't save your victory speech for the 'big' moments. Success is not one single big moment anyway. It's an unfolding. It's a multitude of choices, and experiences, and action steps happening RIGHT NOW. Notice those. Celebrate those.
Also, I've noticed that when we don't celebrate our wins we forget about them. My friend forgot she scored an interview with Annie Lennox. I forgot that the Norwegian Queen once described me as, 'The one who always fixes everything for me.' (My one and only Olivia Pope moment.) A fellow author sort of forgot that her book got translated into five languages.
YES TO BEING GRATEFUL
Gratitude makes it possible for what you have and what you want to join forces.
It also helps you notice what's already stacked in your favor. You probably have more opportunities and resources than you think. That's true for all of us.
YES TO NOT BEING READY
I'll tell you a little secret. I've always felt crazy under-prepared and under-qualified for everything I've ever done. I've also never thought it mattered much. As a young girl I remember telling myself, 'If this was a movie, what would make it more interesting? If the heroine (me) faced the challenge and went for it, or . . . if she shrunk away and went home?' Being committed to an interesting plot propelled me forward.
Now I understand that 'not feeling ready' is a sign that we are on the verge of something new and amazing. It's not a stop sign, it's a portal. What's more, when we have the courage to step into the unknown and take a leap of faith, previously hidden resources and answers make themselves available to us. It can feel super magical, but it's just what happens when you honour your dreams and aspirations.
I once asked my teacher how aspirations work. 'They just do,' he said. 'Do you have a better question?'
YES TO ASKING FOR MORE
And in case you were wondering, there is no contradiction between loving what you have, and longing for more. These two are, in fact, excellent dance partners.