I recognise coaching is a significant investment in yourself - financially, as well as time and energy-wise. Will it be worth it?
If you're ready to move from where you are toward a life in which you feel fully alive and more you, then this will be worth far more than I charge.
We can all justify spending money on external things to make us feel better, be it:
the latest gadgets
a few too many vinos... the list goes on!
These are all an attempt to help us to feel better about our lives and who we are. Whilst the effects of these things are positive, the effects can really vary in how long they last!
I understand why people are scared about investing in themselves.
Firstly, it takes guts to admit you've had enough of how things are, let alone say out loud that you want your life to be different somehow.
Secondly, it can feel selfish. Who am I to spend this money on discovering myself when I have all these other things I need to pay for? Who am I to spend my time and energy on finding out who I am and what I want for my future? I ask: who are you not to?
Coaching is an investment for the long term.
For yourself, and everyone you have a relationship with. A bit like having a personal trainer for your mind, there is no quick-fix or overnight transformation (usually). Change in behaviour and thought patterns will happen and you will feel (and be) better... for a lot longer than a holiday leaves you feeling better.
Another perspective might be:
Can you afford for things to remain as they are?
If you'd like to book a free call to see how Faye can help, contact her via firstname.lastname@example.org or 07921923234.