You are an energetic driven individual with high expectations of yourself, but it’s not so easy to keep yourself motivated all the time and keep moving forward to achieve all that you want to achieve. Imagine having someone in your corner that would act as a cheerleader, yet at the same time challenge you and help you stay on task.
As a coach, Bonnie will work with you.
What Bonnie will do: Bonnie will use tools and processes and lots of questions to help you find your own questions that you want answers to, and then to drill down to what the answers are to your questions with more tools and processes and questions. This is a great way of finding your own answers, and discovering what your tasks must be to reach your goals.
What Bonnie doesn’t do: Bonnie doesn’tTELL you what you should be focusing on. Bonnie doesn’tTELL you how to stay motivated. Bonnie doesn’t TELL you what the tasks are you must achieve to get there.
At the end of each coaching session, you will have homework that you created for yourself. At the beginning of each following session, part of my task is to hold you accountable for your homework.
The tools, and the processes used are proven methods to help you make your dreams come true.
Coaches are not counselors or therapists. When, as a coach, Bonnie has a sense that the client would better be served by working with a counselor or therapist, she will bow out as the coach, and strongly suggest the client seek professional assistance from a counselor or therapist in the psychology field.
Bonnie does not accept all persons as coaching clients. It is important for successful coaching that the coach and the client have a chance to connect with a 30 minute consult. This way, both parties can determine if they are a good match or not to work together. If Bonnie isn’t the right fit, she will offer referrals to colleagues that may prove a better fit.