It’s usually around this time of year that New Year’s resolutions have been broken.  If that’s you, you’re in good company as most people can’t stay the course with making any significant change that is forced.  And New Year’s resolutions ARE typically a forced gesture.  Research shows that a mere 8% of people stick to their resolutions!

That said, you probably do want to make a change on some level.  Losing weight, quitting smoking, getting fit, changing jobs are amongst the most common resolutions and the good news is that it’s not too late!

Real change is achievable and in my opinion you only need to have 2 key ingredients: To know what it is you want to change and to take responsibility to see it through.  Now, at this point you’re probably saying that you’ve already tried this approach and failed.  My answer to that is so what?  You probably tried to go it alone and depending on what you’re trying to do, the lone route is tough and the odds, based on statistics, are stacked against you.

My point?  My point is that you do not have to do this stuff on your own.  Change can be difficult but you have options.  One option you may not have considered is coaching.  In my role as a coach, my job is to help you to get where you want to go.  The only caveats I have is that your aims should be legal and ethically and morally sound… No shock there!

Outside of that, I can help you to understand the why, the how and be there to ensure that you stay on the right path.  How?  As stated above, awareness and responsibility is key to your success.  I will work with you to ensure you are aware of what you want to do, why you want to do it, what the positive effects will be and hold you to account as the owner of the actions required.

Many clients find that in the process of dealing with one particular challenge, they also uncover other issues or blockers which can be reduced or removed altogether, further improving their lives.  Others find that their self-confidence grows.  Both are great side-benefits, don’t you think?

A thousand mile walk is made up of many small strides.  Even the shortest of journeys has to start with one step.

Take your first step today – Simply use the form below.

I look forward to hearing from you.




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