Are you making new mistakes or are you making the same old ones?
What can a Life Coach do for me?
A Life Coach can help you find your own path to fulfillment, by asking the right questions and helping you sort out what you discover in your own answers. You will gain confidence in identifying your solutions.
A good coach encourages you to:
- gain strength
- master techniques
- improve your skills
By exercising your “questioning muscles” and self discovery skills you will find your quality of life improves and your zest for life is reignited.
“Susan Rothfuss is a master at helping me see the answers I already have; she gently asks questions and leads me to my own conclusions.” —Penny Manning
What can I expect to gain?
Susan will help you:
- Clarify your issues
- Discover your own questions
- Identify what you want out of life
- Discover more questions
Find the tools to meet and adjust your:
Making progress is a bit like peeling an onion – you may think each layer is as deep as you need to go but suddenly you realize there is another layer, producing another question with its own answers.
The process is much like having a conversation with a trusted friend. One who doesn’t let you get away with saying, “I don’t know,” when asked the difficult questions. The meetings take place at an agreed upon location that offers enough privacy to encourage frank conversations. Your commitment is to be honest with yourself and explore your feelings.
“You are simply the best! You inspire me, calm me, energize me…. all at the same time. You invite clear deep thinking, and open the door for new perspective. Plus, you’re just good fun!” —Sharon King O’Connor
What does a Life Coaching commitment entail?
Examining & Addressing:
- Behavioral Issues
- Major Life Changes
- Career Issues/Goals
The coaching relationship is one that can last anywhere from six months to several years. Clients often address one issue for several months and step away from coaching until they are ready to address a new area. When they return, we pick up where they left off. The idea is the life coach is there for you. It is up to the coach to help you learn how to ask your own questions and for you to regularly “work out” using what you have learned in your coaching sessions.
A twice a month meeting schedule is quite common as it allows time for you to process what has been explored and discussed in the session, take action or practice new behavior and return in two weeks or so to discuss the results of the changes you are implementing or strategies you are practicing. Sessions last from 60 to 90 minutes. If you are more eager to move forward or feel you need to check in more frequently, during rapid growth, we can meet weekly.
“I’ve made more progress toward my own goals in my first three sessions with Susan than in two years with a therapist.” —Danielle Frazer
What are you waiting for? Are you curious? Do you have questions?
Susan can help you find your answers. Click Here to contact Susan or call her at 248.495.2536 to schedule your no-cost exploration appointment today.
“My goal is to help you achieve a life of fulfillment.” Susan Rothfuss