As we grow up, we’re surrounded by different coaches . They take the form of teachers, tutors, parents, instructors, sports coaches, and more. They help us to grow, to develop, and to become better at everything we do.
And then somewhere along the way that changes, and we stop seeking support and advice.
If we’re successful, we tend to turn inwards and think, “I got here on my own, why would I need someone else’s help?” — or — “when I need help, I’ll ask for it”.
It’s not until years later, when we look back at our past successes and failures, that we realise just how much of a difference having someone to help or coach us was exactly what we needed.
People often think that asking for help is a sign of weakness, but this is so so far from the truth! We all have issues that we need to talk about, and things we could be better at. Just as there’s no guidebook for work, there’s no guidebook for life, and having a coach can be an absolute game-changer.
That’s partially why I got into the work that I do – helping women to love the skin they’re in, and to feel happier, more confident, and more fulfilled than ever before.
After all, I know what it’s like to waste years of your life yo-yo dieting, and bouncing from one failed diet to the next.
Since starting my health and eating psychology coaching business, and after helping countless women to completely transform the way they feel, I really do know just what it takes to ditch the diets forever, and get a body you truly love.
It took me over 10 years of trial and error to get to the place that I am today, but I now know that with the right help, women can truly attain a happy and loving relationship with food and their bodies in a really short space of time.
But why do you need a coach to help you achieve this? Let me give you 6 reasons:
- A coach will motivate you
- A coach can completely change the way you think, which can ultimately change the way you feel
- A coach will help show you the bigger picture, and keep you focusing on long-term changes rather than short-term wins
- A coach’s goal is to see you achieve your goals, but not benefit from them
- A coach is there to ask the tough questions that you don’t necessarily have the answers to, causing you to pause and think through your actions
- A coach has often been through what you’re experiencing, so they know what it feels like, and what it takes to get past it. This can help you get where you want to be more quickly
I work with women one-on-one to help them learn to love the skin they’re in, no matter what. Check out my coaching plans here (I offer 90 minutes, 1 day, and 90 day options!) and subscribe here to be the first to know when my very special online course is live!
I can’t wait to hear from you and see if we can get you feeling happier, healthier, and more positive than ever before!