Why I decided to become a coach

Updated: Oct 1, 2020

A few years back, I did an NLP process for myself and found out my life's mission. From then on, I knew exactly what I wanted to aim for in life to become the best that I can possibly be. Here's my mission:

To empower myself and others.

This isn't a phrase that I repeat to myself for the fun of it. It runs in my blood. And I know for sure that I want to become a coach because that's what a coach does. A coach is not a mentor who works from a 'been-there-done-that' point of view. Nor is a coach a consultant or a teacher providing advice or knowledge to the client. I don't know more than what you do for your situation, and I do know that you already have the tools you need to get what you want. You just need to unlock that door.

When I was a school teacher, I used to share with my students this cool philosophy: what if, at the end of your life, you have to meet the person you were meant to be? Would you be meeting the same person? If you're not confident of that outcome, why is that the case? What prevents that outcome? What would you do today to move one step towards that goal?

It's all about the simple choices we make every single day. What we choose to eat, what we choose to do, when we choose to act, and when we choose to move. And these little steps accumulate to become big changes and big leaps that you would never even have thought about.

As we manoeuvre along this journey we are meant to take, why limit yourself when you can do so much more than what you have right now? If you're looking at yourself in the mirror each day, imagining the possibilities of a transformed self; if you're willing to see the options and alternatives ahead of you, and you're merely afraid of being overwhelmed, I want you as my client. I'll be your partner who will move with you, hold you accountable, and be that facilitator of YOUR change, and I really cannot wait to see what you have within you and what you're capable of doing to make this world a greater place. I can't wait.