So in this context, when I accidentally found my way to the The Coaching Institute website, an idea began to form.
Perhaps, instead of looking for an employer that would be aligned with what I was looking for, I could become my own.
It was a daunting thought, but a worthwhile one.
It took me a few weeks to come to terms with this idea, but not long after, I made the leap of faith and registered as a coach-in-training.
I figured that even if I chose not to run a coaching business, I’d still learn some amazing skills that would make me a better teacher, person, and would teach me the basics of starting up running my own business.
It has now been almost a year since I first started coaching and I’m amazed at how much I’ve learned.
I’ve been dealing with layer upon layer of un-resourceful thoughts and behaviors around living a healthy life, and I am stepping more and more into my power each day
Not only I have completed well over 100 coaching hours, but I also have been privileged to celebrate some amazing wins with my clients.
I am also becoming confident and competent to market myself and embrace the idea of sales as a service, a way to help people access the change they want in order to create anything they want in their life.
I’ve been dealing with layer upon layer of un-resourceful thoughts and behaviors around living a healthy life, and I am stepping more and more into my power each day.