What will coaching look like? Coaching sessions,
conducted in person or by telephone last 45 minutes. During
sessions we will collaborate to:
- Clarify your wants and needs
- Gain an understanding of your relationship style
- Identify any problematic patterns and obstacles
on your journey
- Label your strengths and resources that will assist
you in your journey
- Develop specific goals about what you want to
- Craft a plan, step by step, to guide you in reaching
- Focus on building and fine tuning skills needed
to successfully reach your goals
- Ensure that you remain supported and motivated
throughout your journey
- Troubleshoot any obstacles that come up as you
travel toward your destination
- Once you reach your destination, brainstorm ideas
to ensure that you get to stay as long as you'd like!
You actually receive 60 minutes of personalized attention
because, after your session, you will receive a Coaching Call
Summary form by email, detailing what our call covered including,
your "wins", your strengths, your strategies, and
your assignments. With these summaries- you will stay crystal
clear about your actions, goals, and progress! Plus, they
will help you keep motivated!
The following examples will give you an idea of the
kinds of issues that bring singles to coaching. Keep in mind
that the range of issues and people who would benefit from
coaching is very wide. These examples are only provided as
several possible scenarios that would lead someone to consider
35, is a successful business woman. She's a "take charge"
kind of person who has spent the last ten years building a
career she can be proud of. She's financially secure and feels
complete within herself. Lately, she's been thinking that
finding a partner would be the perfect icing on the cake.
And she is growing more aware that she'd like to have a child
before long. But, she's been having trouble meeting the right
partner and she has been in several dead-end relationships
that did not really meet her needs.
42, was married for 8 years and has been divorced now for
two years. He's ready to build a new partnership, but he's
been having difficulty connecting with the right kind of partner.
He's becoming frustrated and disappointed with the dating
scene and is starting to wonder if he'll be single forever.
Darlene, 51, has been divorced a many years and wants
to find a new partner, but she hasn't dated in 25 years! She's
not sure what to do, where to go, or how to develop a relationship
with a quality man. What she is sure of: she wants to do it
right this time!
Nick, 55, is new to the Internet dating scene. He's
nervous and not sure how to use it to his best advantage.
He'd really like to meet a lovely woman, but he's not sure
how to attract the right attention.
Coaching can help singles like Sara, Tim, Darlene,and
Nick maximize their efforts at finding the right partner and
creating a healthy, satisfying relationship that lasts!
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