What Is Coaching?
“What I need is someone who will make me do what I can.”― Ralph Waldo Emerson Sometimes, we know what we want, but are unsure how to get there on our own. Coaching is a creative and thought-provoking process that can bridge the gap between where you are, to where you want to be.
Who can benefit from coaching?
Is coaching for you?
Are remote sessions available?
Who leads a coaching session?
Can’t I just talk to a friend?
My own life path has taught me the importance of living authentically – I bring this into our coaching sessions by promoting awareness of how you might be getting in your own way while also supporting you to come up with effective and creative solutions.
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“As an entrepreneur, it can sometimes (or most of the time) be a very frustrating and lonely journey….Erika’s insights and way of thinking always take you toward seeking who you really are and who you want to become in such an effortless, caring and loving way with joy and compassion.”
“In working with Erika as my coach, I have been able to more fully understand how to find joy in the experiences I encounter…. Her support has helped me look inward, think about my personal values and make choices that align with my belief systems. This has also allowed me to gain a different perspective on my interactions with those in my personal and professional life. I am truly grateful to Erika and highly recommend her coaching.”
“I was hoping that I would learn something new about myself and ways that I can grow and I did. I enjoyed learning tips on how to navigate through stressful situations. I put what I learned into practice the very next day…. Erika clearly explained the assessment and the results and provided me helpful tools to grow. Taking the [Energy Leadership Index] with Erika is incredibly worthwhile. It is different than any other personal assessment I have experienced.”
“I had a concern that the [Energy Leadership Index] results would show I was somehow living my life ‘wrong’. Instead, I gained some insight on why doing the same work sometimes energizes me and other times drains me. I could immediately implement some of the tips learned from the debrief. I’m also more aware of the mental pushes I place on myself…. It’s far better to have a tailor-made analysis of where you’re at than to read a blog/article/book on how you might improve your awareness and attitude. And you’ll be guided, not judged.”