People ask me what I do for a living and I tell them “I am a practising coach”.

The next question I normally get is “What does a coach do?”

I have always found the best way to answer this question is by explaining what you can expect from coaching.


Coaching provides an opportunity to tap into your own creative inspiration and bring forth your desired change. You can expect insights, expansion of awareness, as well as clarity and motivation about what you need to do (or not do) to move forward in the direction you desire.

This process occurs predominately through conversations with your coach, but also continues between sessions.

You can expect to see some results from every coaching session, but the fulfilment of your desires usually requires your commitment to a series of sessions over a period of time.


This is then normally followed by “Do you think I need to get a coach?”

You’re ready for coaching if you feel like you don’t have all the answers and are therefore open to discovering something new. The more open you are, the faster your progress will be. You are also ready for coaching if you’re willing and able to dedicate time and energy to creating the change you are looking for.


Finally, you are ready for coaching if you are ready to take responsibility for your current circumstances and do what is necessary to create the change you desire (rather than waiting for other to change them for you). If you can honestly tick these three boxes, you are likely to see results quickly.

So if you this sounds like something you would like to know more about, contact me at STARTAFRESHLIFE.