Through a supportive connection, coaching empowers a person to create lasting results. The positive process of coaching allows one to recognize ones innate resources and ability to change toward better health and personal power.
ReferencesWhile growing up, most of us received indirect and direct personal messages that we were not good enough. By becoming aware of the ingrained childhood messages that govern our thoughts and actions, we have the opportunity to see their impact from an adult perspective. Then we can choose new beliefs about ourselves.
Transformation coaching supports clients in choosing new perspectives and establishing new beliefs about their relationships, health & fitness, self improvement, spiritual growth, and abundance. Coaching also assists clients to identify and use their strengths. By looking at what has been perceived as weaknesses, clients discover the underlying gifts in all aspects of themselves.
Working with Elayne Le Monde as a transformation coach, clients learn to focus on whats working in their lives and enhance that. In addition, exploring the areas where clients dont know what they want in their lives, allows them to make new choices through creating new habits. Building a bridge between where the client is and where they want to be is the focus of the coaching process.
Lifestyle changes can be difficult to make and maintain over a long period of time and usually require more intensive behavior programs. In order to produce long-term changes you desire, a transformation coach can support you and design behavior change programs with personal incentives and follow-up.
There are many different stages that one goes through before changing their behavior. In order for a person to make a change there must be a realization that there is a problem, behavior, or health change that needs to occur. Recognizing that a change needs to take place is sometimes the most difficult step. In order for a behavior change to occur, a person must be motivated.
Although it is possible for a person to change because others want them to, they will be more successful if they are making the change because they want to.
Once a person can envision themselves doing the new behavior, it is time to act on the change. Behavior change takes time but through persistent baby steps significant changes can occur.