Coaching is a thought-provoking process in which we create transformation and forward actions to achieve your goals and dreams.
Coaching is not about telling but cocreating. You are the expert of your own life but past experience, learned behaviors and thinking patterns have hindered you from reaching to the next level. Coaching allows you to uncover your own defaults so we can co-create new ways of thinking and adopt new behaviors.
Coaching is not about fixing but transforming. When you face challenges, you think something is wrong. When you believe something is wrong, you want to fix it. However the more you want to fix it, the more persistent the problem becomes. Transformation won’t happen until you accept and allow. Coaching goes beyond right or wrong, black or white. It shifts how you view yourself, your relationships and the world, so you experience life in a whole new way.
Coaching is not about perfecting but practicing. You want success: business, career, relationship, health, everything. Coaching is not a failproof formula but a process through which you develop more capacity to be with challenges and face them with power and compassion. There is no destination in personal development, and you are on the journey of growing and evolving.
I coach people as a whole because life itself is whole, and I incorporate various methodologies for my clients’ holistic success.
Ontological coaching: Ontology is the study of being. Our way of being directly affects how we think and what we do. Your thought and behavior would be completely different when you are fearful and frustrated compared to when you are open and grounded. In ontological coaching, we go beyond the surface and dig deeper into your way of being to create sustainable changes.
Facilitative approach: Goals, milestones, actions and accountabilities are the essential parts of coaching. Without them, we can’t move from new awareness to tangible results. I help my clients to identify their bigger WHY so they are motivated when things get tough. We will declare bold actions and design supportive accountability structures to move towards our goals.
Somatic awareness: Not only our brain provides us intelligence, so do our body, heart and intuition. A lot of times we tend to “think” through a problem. We overuse our logic brain and ignore the wisdom from other parts of our body. I incorporate the somatic approach in coaching to help clients awaken their dormant sensations, and gain new accesses to their inner knowing.