Some of Your Questions

  • Do you guarantee results from your life coaching?
  • Why is 1-on-1 coaching perceived to be more efficient?
  • Does coaching work for everyone?
  • What is the difference between life coaching and counseling, visiting a therapist?
  • How can coaching help an individual with attention deficit disorder?

Yes! I personally, as a professional motivational speaker do guarantee that if you follow your goals and action steps that I lay down before you, open yourself fully to your coaching and will take up just enough time and effort, you will get great results from your life coaching! I am absolutely sure, that if your attitude towards making changes is serious and if you're putting everything that I'm telling you into practice than the good results will be fast to follow!

In my perception, the most drastic difference is how the time focus is shifted if we take these two... By that, I mean that while counselors and therapists tend to focus more on your past and the initial reasons for it, life coaching has a much more forward approach! Here we tend to pay more attention to the things that you can achieve in the future, rather than on what and why you've already done. You can think of it as of helping you to build on, instead of rebuilding...

Unfortunately, it does not... A client, who has a chance to succeed has to understand, that a good coach will hold him or her accountable for all the misses and success along the way and must willingly accept that... A client simply needs to crave for applying deep structural changes to oneself, following these through by corrective measures, as laid out in coach's strategy... When the outcome is not as expected, he or she can't point a finger at his/her boss, husband, or school. Coaching is a pro-active thing for responsible people, which needs to have the day by day, hour by hour and sometimes even minute by minute work and dedication to it. It's a lot like bodybuilding, if you don't get to the gym, you're not going to see the results in the mirror. It may all sound like an incredibly long and arduous, hard job to do... which it actually is! But the eventual result that you're gonna get will compensate all the hard work that you've endured in the process!

The fundamental difference between counseling and life coaching is that counseling usually investigates the roots and causes of potential mental health problems, whereas life coaching focuses mainly on the future to encourage personal development and self-improvement. Life coaches are not (unless specified) qualified to diagnose or treat any health-related problems, although if the situation arises they may suggest you see a GP.

People both with ADD and OCD require a little bit extra when being coached. But ultimately, the difference in approach is slight - as any coaching session must have characteristics like warmth, friendly atmosphere and so on. And most often the practice shows, that going through the life coaching drastically improves the regular routine experienced by people with ADD, making their time-management, learning and business skills much more accomplished!

Frequently Asked Questions

Do you guarantee results from your life coaching?

Yes! I personally, as a professional motivational speaker do guarantee that if you follow your goals and action steps that I lay down before you, open yourself fully to your coaching and will take up just enough time and effort, you will get great results from your life coaching! I am absolutely sure, that if your attitude towards making changes is serious and if you're putting everything that I'm telling you into practice than the good results will be fast to follow!

Can a life coach really help me?

Life coaches utilize effective techniques to help their clients in all aspects of life. If you've ever struggled with anything - whether it be sticking to a diet, learning a language, moving out of your comfort zone, standing up for yourself at work, keeping a stable love life, or achieving those things you always wanted to do (see a whale, go to Asia, climb a mountain and other so-called 'bucket-list' activities), then consulting a life coach could help you.

What is the difference between life coaching and counseling, visiting a therapist?

In my perception, the most drastic difference is how the time focus is shifted if we take these two... By that, I mean that while counselors and therapists tend to focus more on your past and the initial reasons for it, life coaching has a much more forward approach! Here we tend to pay more attention to the things that you can achieve in the future, rather than on what and why you've already done. You can think of it as of helping you to build on, instead of rebuilding...

Does coaching work for everyone?

Unfortunately, it does not... A client, who has a chance to succeed has to understand, that a good coach will hold him or her accountable for all the misses and success along the way and must willingly accept that... A client simply needs to crave for applying deep structural changes to oneself, following these through by corrective measures, as laid out in coach's strategy... When the outcome is not as expected, he or she can't point a finger at his/her boss, husband, or school. Coaching is a pro-active thing for responsible people, which needs to have the day by day, hour by hour and sometimes even minute by minute work and dedication to it. It's a lot like bodybuilding, if you don't get to the gym, you're not going to see the results in the mirror. It may all sound like an incredibly long and arduous, hard job to do... which it actually is! But the eventual result that you're gonna get will compensate all the hard work that you've endured in the process!

How can coaching help an individual with attention deficit disorder?

People both with ADD and OCD require a little bit extra when being coached. But ultimately, the difference in approach is slight - as any coaching session must have characteristics like warmth, friendly atmosphere and so on. And most often the practice shows, that going through the life coaching drastically improves the regular routine experienced by people with ADD, making their time-management, learning and business skills much more accomplished!