Have you ever been afraid to make a choice because you’re waiting until it feels perfect?
If you knew that the only thing you could ‘fail’ at is not being you and if you knew that those ‘failures’ are actually designed to support you in making more authentic and clearer choices, would you still be afraid to make a choice?
Trying to feel ‘motivated’, asking others for their advice and taking action because it sounds smart and may have worked for others won’t work for you. Only you know what is true for you. Only you can make the choice for yourself and only you are responsible for your own happiness and success.
Bringing your thoughts, concerns, challenges and inspirations into an Intuitive Coaching session will change your perception of how you see yourself and Life. You will get out of your head and feel into your own intuitive space that will give you the gift of freedom over your circumstances and path ahead. Conversations can cover -
- relationship issues with your intimate partnership, family, friendships, work colleagues and manager
- lack of confidence, anxiety and depression
- immovable anger
- unexpected curve-balls around family, work, finances, death, sickness and conflict
- career ‘failure’, uncertainty and lack of fulfilment
- support around moving into a new career or starting a business
- the lack of a loving, life partnership and family
- unhealthy habits and addictions
- tell you that you are wrong, flawed or need to be fixed
- give you advice that I believe you should take on
- use psychological textbook strategies to inform our conversation
- force you to change or do anything
- see you as already perfect and infinitely and innately capable right now, even though that may be hard for you to believe at first
- intuitively sense and feel what is really going on and share the ‘genius’ purpose and opportunity that is inherent in your challenges
- support you to intuitively know what action to take
- always have you running the show as you make choices and decisions that you commit to wholeheartedly and not because ‘I told you to’