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Personal Development Coaching
- Creates meta-awareness at the level of motivation
- Increases consciousness and confidence
- Enables clearing of core emotional issues
- Provides a framework for understanding functional and dysfunctional behaviors that stem from core motivations
- Increases compassion for self and others
- Uncovers pathways to development and integration
- Positions individual patterns and behaviors within current and historical context
- Increases productivity and motivation
- Creates a language and sense-making framework that stretches deeper than a personality trait-based approach
- Builds leadership, authenticity, potency, and impact
Initial Personality Assessment
+ Coaching Session
+ Follow Up
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Per Month (Includes unlimited contact through Voxer or email support and weekly private meetings)
Coaching is for people who:
- are stressed or frustrated and want to be more relaxed and happy,
- want to establish a better work-life balance,
- want to overcome a trauma,
- want to make a big transition or change in their life,
- want to have a better relationship with their spouse and family,
- want to recover after a life-changing event,
- want to grow and align with their soul journey.
What is Coaching?
Have you been playing small, afraid to show up, to stand up, or to speak up?
To make change, you must first desire change.
Have you been waiting on the sidelines, wishing and praying that one day that could be you who could do the things your friend, boss, or peer have done?
Once you take that fist #AbundantAction into moving forward in your life, once you step into your true and authentic self, there is no going back.
When something changes, it can never be reformed into its previous self, for it will always be different.
If you are scared to take action, then you must.
Now is your time to change what is happening in your life.
YOU are the only one in control of how your life plays out.
YOU alone can change the course and create your own reality.
You know what it feels like when shit happens, when life throws its Most challenging hurdles your way, and when you have no choice but to grin and bear it.
Do you want to find out and discover how powerful you can become?
Perhaps you have lost a loved one, had to suffer through pain as a child, been granted the opportunity to raise someone with a disability, or perhaps you have been diagnosed with something you didn’t expect you have to deal with.
No matter what the situation, you know you need to move past it, you want to take that next step.
Truthfully, we have all been there, so…
It is time to awaken your inner Superpower!
You will meet over the phone/Skype/Zoom with your personality coach and go through an initial assessment and needs Analyst. Following that, you will receive an email with a test you will take online. Finally, you will meet with your coach again to go over the results.
The Enneagram Institute®, formed in 1997 by the late Don Richard Riso and by Russ Hudson, was formed to further the research and development of the Enneagram, one of the most powerful and insightful tools for understanding ourselves and others. At its core, the Enneagram helps us to see ourselves at a deeper, more objective level, and it can be of invaluable assistance on our path to self-knowledge.
The Enneagram creates self-awareness and uncovers the patterns of behavior that subconsciously drive and motivate us to act in certain ways. When we make these patterns and motivations conscious, we are able to transcend them and develop richer, more supportive ways of being.
Working with the Enneagram empowers individuals to take responsibility for their own behaviors and growth, from a greater understanding of why they act and react the way they do.
As a framework, the Enneagram also speaks to the journey of integration and development in a profound way. It is able to uncover the uniqueness of each individual and his/her journey. It does not only reveal what holds an individual back, but it also offers insights into the journey towards strength and liberation, connecting us to our strengths and higher selves.
The Enneagram is, therefore, a sense-making tool or a framework that enables the development of self-knowledge and meta-awareness.
There are 32 different points on the head that correspond to different areas of your life. Running your Bars (touching these points) is a potent Hands-on-body process that starts a flow of energy and erases years of fixed points of view, judgments, negative feelings, and limiting beliefs that hold you back.
The Bars® store the electromagnetic component of all the thoughts, ideas, and beliefs that you have ever had about anything. A light touch is enough to begin clearing all the limitations you have in that area of life.
The brain is like a computer and the bars defragments your hard drive and get rid of unnecessary files, thereby giving you a fresh slate.
There is no proven, conclusive correlation between the nine personality types of the Enneagram and the sixteen personality types of the MBTI.
Some comparisons show that certain Enneagram types seem to match certain MBTI types with a higher degree of frequency than other MBTI types. But there is no reliable data to show that such matches are consistent on a large segment of the population. The Enneagram and the MBTI measure or evaluate different aspects of a person’s personality. The Enneagram focuses on an individual’s habits of attention and other patterns of thoughts, feelings, and emotions. The MBTI looks at the so-called “mental functions.” Nevertheless, there is an ongoing discussion and research on such a correlation.
There are many good books published on the Enneagram, written by authors, representing several of the Enneagram personality types.
Some books are light, easy reading, and deal primarily with the descriptions of the nine Enneagram personality types. Other books focus on the Enneagram and its teaching without the more recent personality overlays. Then, there are books with more of a spiritual orientation, which typically reflect the spiritual and/or religious orientation of the writer. You will also find books, written from the orientation of psychologists and psychotherapists. So, there really is quite a variety, and you can trust your own guidance in finding a good Enneagram book, which speaks to your own curiosity and interest.
That depends on your level of curiosity, interest, and commitment to learning more about the Enneagram and about yourself. You may be satisfied with improving your relationships. Knowing the characteristics of each of the types may help you do that.
Or, perhaps you want to go deeper into understanding yourself. Becoming acquainted with your own motivations and internal patterns can help you with that. Regardless of your level of interest, here are a few suggestions which you might find useful:
- Become acquainted with the thoughts, feelings, and emotions, as well as the preoccupations and conversational styles associated with your personality type.
- Read the material, which pertains to your point in one or more of the excellent books recently published on the Enneagram.
- Attend workshops, Enneagram panels, and meetings of point groups to become more familiar with your own point as it is experienced by others of the same point.
- Develop your inner observer.
- Learn to distinguish between what’s really going on in an interaction as opposed to what old belief systems and thought patterns suggest is going on.
- Learn to ignore the inner critic or “voice of judgment”.
- Learn to observe your thoughts, feelings, emotions, imaginations, and fantasies without judging or repressing them. Develop the habit of allowing and observing.
- Learn to make the distinction between you and your thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
- Learn to choose alternatives to your usual and habitual thoughts, feelings, and emotions.
- Develop an attention practice, such as meditation.
ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential, which is particularly important in today’s uncertain and complex environment. Coaches honor the client as the expert in his or her life and work and believe every client is creative, resourceful, and whole. Standing on this foundation, the coach’s responsibility is to:
- Discover, clarify, and align with what the client wants to achieve
- Encourage the client’s self-discovery
- Elicit client-generated solutions and strategies
- Hold the client responsible and accountable
This process helps clients dramatically improve their outlook on work and life, while improving their leadership skills and unlocking their potential.
The length of a coaching partnership varies depending on the individual’s or the team’s needs and preferences. For certain types of focused coaching, three to six months of working may work. For other types of coaching, people may find it beneficial to work with a coach for a longer period. Factors that may impact the length of time include: the types of goals, the ways individuals or teams prefer to work, the frequency of coaching meetings, and the financial resources available to support coaching.
To be successful, coaching asks certain things, all of which begin with intention. Additionally, clients should:
- Focus on one’s self, the tough questions, the hard truths, and one’s success.
- Observe the behaviors and communications of others.
- Listen to one’s intuition, assumptions, judgments, and to the way one sounds when one speaks.
- Challenge existing attitudes, beliefs, and behaviors, as well as developing new ones that serve one’s goals in a superior way.
- Leverage personal strengths and overcome limitations to develop a winning style.
- Take decisive actions, however uncomfortable and in spite of personal insecurities, to reach for the extraordinary.
- Show compassion for one’s self while learning new behaviors and experiencing setbacks, and show that compassion for others as they do the same.
- Commit to not take one’s self so seriously, using humor to lighten and brighten any situation.
- Maintain composure in the face of disappointment and unmet expectations, avoiding emotional reactivity.
- Have the courage to reach for more than before while engaging in continual self-examination without fear.