What is Heart + Start Coaching?

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Definition of Coaching: “Coaching is journeying with a person/group of persons to help them envision their future, while empowering him/her through self-discovery to take an active path to get there.”

— Jim R. Wadford

Heart + Start Coaching is helping to bring hope to persons like yourself, who want to discover, explore and achieve their future dreams. Breach of my clients is different, some are looking to find financial freedom, others are looking to improve their marriages and relationships with their children, while many are seeking to be the best they can be in their leadership roles at work.

Heart + Start Coaching is a process based on a concept that comes from the Hebrew word for heart, labe.  This Hebrew word for heart has a deeper meaning than just the organ of the body.  It means the essence of life: the Will (choices), the Mind (thoughts), and the Inner Being (spirit).  Heart + Start Coaching assist the person being coached in discovery of what it is that has him/her stuck in life or at work.  This process helps you to take a deep look at Who you are and How you get things done.  It also aids you in discovery of ways to move through change, transition, and transformation to get the desired results you are look for in you life.

REMEMBER:

  • A coach is a professional who works with individual clients to help them achieve results and sustain life-changing behavior in their lives and careers.
  • Coaches address the whole person—with an emphasis on uncovering blind spots and producing right action that leads to more fulfillment, more balance, and more effective processes for living.
  • Personal coaching is the single best way to reach your personal and professional goals.

Call us today if you are looking for a coach!

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