Updated: Jul 24
As part of my coaching training I asked myself if I’d have had a coach when I was very young, would my life have worked out differently.
Working in the same company in a similar job from age 19-24. There was no progression.
But I loved it, I loved the people, the social, the flexibility.
I got older and moved jobs, I lacked confidence in myself. A colleague showed faith in me, she would often challenge me and ask what else I was doing in my career. She offered a nugget of information which stuck with me.
Sarah - You need to earn your age. I was 27, earning £22k. I had 5 years (£5k) to improve on.
It was my first real career goal - albeit it focussed on money.
I didn’t achieve it straight away, it took a few years, working 7 days a week at one point. But by the time I was 31 I had done it. I kept that in my mind and kept pushing on for the next few years surpassing my goal. Changing jobs, chasing the money until I was comfortable.
Now it's time to chase my dreams.
What if I’d had not just a friendly colleague, but a coach, who saw my potential, challenged me more formally, gave me accountability and checked in on me?
What if I’d have had a coach who helped me realise my worth so I didn't get married the first time. I would have gotten to my dream 5 years earlier.
Time is one thing we cannot buy that will run out, spend it well.
Is a life coach worth it? YES.
Know you are doing things well and you are on the right track.
Help you find your dreams and live a well lived life.
Support you to achieve whatever you want or need in your life.
Help avoid mistakes because of your own lack of self confidence .
How much is a Life Coach?
There is no set cost for a Coach, the level of experience and how many coaches in that niche can all have an effect on the price or fees.
Show/Girl creates bespoke programmes for the individual, which are up to 10 sessions long over 6 - 9 months and include extra email/ text support outside of a coaching session.