STEP THREE: CHANGE WORK
This is where when things happen. The problem is clear, then you and the client know where they're heading. With procrastination as the example of the safe problem, maybe it's letting go of that to give more personal power.
"Maybe it's so I can be the best that I possibly can be, be a better father or mother. Whatever it is for the client, then we do the change work," says Matt.
That's the actual process of letting go of the problem. Know there are no things that need to be changed, just things that need to be let go of.
"A lot of the time you'll work with clients who have held on to a lot of ideas, a lot of beliefs from the past that are no longer serving them," says Matt.
"And we want to help the client let go of those so they can make space for renewal."
That's the three step overview of how to run a coaching session.
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