Did anyone ask how you were doing today?
And when asked, did you share how you were really feeling?
Because if you felt safe and comfortable enough to share how you were really feeling, then you would’ve told him/her/them the truth--you are burned out.
Burned out from grinding out to prove your greatness.
Burned out from getting degrees and designations to prove your value.
Burned out from convincing them that you’ll be fine even though you’re not their dream [fill in the profession].
Burned out from pursuing passions that don’t pay (and cringing any incoming “I told you so’s”).
Burned out from dealing with judgment and jealousy that accompanies every move you make.
Burned out from receiving gallons of guilt every time you attempt self care.
Burned out from *ucking up and failing at self care.
Burned out from distress and derailment every time you try again.
Burned out from following other fun and fresh...
I know I do. I swear I always think of at least 5 more questions AFTER I leave my doc's office.
I love checklists, especially short ones, and I certainly wish I had one when I was looking for a coach to help me. My brain was too bombarded to know what questions to ask back then.
Fast forward to now, I know a whole lot more, and want to help you since you also have a lot on your mind.
That's why in this video, I'm dishing out a simple 3 C's checklist so you'll know exactly what to address the next time you consult with your future life coach.
That's why I'm laying it all out by sharing how working with a life coach can save you both of those things.
I don't want you to ever feel like you wasted minutes, hours, days, and weeks thinking about what you want to do, what you NEED to do for you, but not actually doing it.
So take a look at my video and leave a comment to let me know if this was helpful.
I'll be the first to admit that I asked myself these questions...rewind to when I first tried zip-lining, snorkeling, and eating kale (yes, I said it).
I also asked myself these Q's when I sought my first life coach, because frankly, I didn't know what I didn't know.
Since I don't want you to feel the same about trying coaching, I made this video to put your mind at ease and explain HOW you'll know if life coaching is actually working for you.
You'll also learn what to look out for before, during, and after your sessions.
"I DON'T HAVE TIME."
I said those 4 words once upon a time, and I'm not gonna lie, deciding to work with a coach amidst my packed schedule seemed like a tough decision in the beginning, but since that glorious day, I've never looked back.
That's why I made this video for you, because the thought of one more thing can seem overwhelming, but it's not.
So go ahead and watch and you'll know exactly why coaching is the PERFECT fit for your tight schedule.
is what I said as I was making major moves for my family, career, and location, but I couldn't make those moves alone.
And honestly, most of us hardworking women shouldn't have to do it all alone.
That's why I'm telling the truth in this video--no matter how smart, scrappy, and savvy you are, having support AND accountability to hit your goals
MAKES A HUGE DIFFERENCE.
So take a look at my video, and by the end, you'll not only get clear on the benefits of coaching, but you'll also learn why a coach is equipped to address your unique stuff.
The #1 question I receive is:
"What's a life coach?"
The truth is, I didn't know how to properly answer that question until I became one, and even as a coach, it wasn't easy to explain without using high-level coach-y language.
That's why I made this video--I want to answer the big question in simple terms, as well as clarify what life coaching isn't since it's often confused with other services.
If you need a new way of reaching your goals (you know, the ones you put off or haven't totally hit), then this video will be a great resource for you.
When you join my community, you'll immediately receive my quiz to help you tell whether or not you're burned out, as well as time-saving self-care tips that can help you get unstuck from your rut.