Defining Your Purpose, Passions, Values/Goal Clarity/Navigating Relationships/Balance Work , Life, Family/Breaking Through Barriers
Personal coaching is a powerful process aimed at helping you understand more about yourself and what you want out of life so you can start achieving both personal and professional fulfillment. Through one-on-one discussion, personal reflection and different exercises, you will deepen your learning about yourself and discover ways to best move forward to live authentically and go after the things that matter most to you.
During the coaching process, we work to be utterly authentic with you, so you know are not alone. We aim create a safe environment for you to explore the truth about who it is you really are -- your passions, your strengths, your values -- and what it is you really want out of life. We reflect back to you the gifts in you that are begging to be released as well as the obstacles keeping you imprisoned. Our job is to reveal truth, to inspire, to coax, to challenge, to shine light into dark places, and to offer insight...to you. We have a passion to walk alongside people like you, to remind you that you really do have what it takes and help you throw off the false self and live authentically.
When we create a safe environment of authenticity, you will naturally:
Reveal your real self - aspects you may not be aware of, those that form the incredible real you
Explore and learn why you're here, what it is you really want and start pursuing that
Remove (or climb over!) obstacles that keep you stuck or prevent you acheiving your goals and dreams
Start living in that "sweet spot", creating a much more rich and abudant life
"When I started working with Tiffany I was at the crossroads and felt like my decisions career wise were too important to make them flippantly. She is helping me see life as an adventure where fears of failure are not that powerful any more. I've been able to focus on my strengths and to be proactive about my career. Coaching with Tiffany is like a fresh breeze in my sail."