Building the new is exactly what a transformational coaching approach is intended to help people do. It’s an approach that honours a person’s soul and the blueprint for who they’re meant to become.
It’s an ideal approach if you have an inner knowing that you’re meant to embark on a new way of “being” in your life.
Many people get stuck because the old and existing ways just don’t seem to work anymore and yet they can’t envision who they’re meant to become.
Up until this point, you may have gone through life in what can best be described as a conditioned and unconscious way. To me, it felt like I was sleepwalking through life.
We’re influenced by old habits, patterns and conditioning that no longer serve us – getting stuck in repetitive and looping ways of thinking, feeling, believing and relating to the world.
If you’re like I was, you may be lacking the tools and know-how to understand yourself so that you can grow into who you’re meant to become. Taking your life experiences and gifts and bringing them forward into the best version of yourself going forward.
A transformational approach involves a shift in focus to a way being that honours who you are at your core and creates space for you to grow into your authentic self.
In contrast, traditional life coaching focuses on doing things differently in order for people to achieve and accomplish certain goals. This is very effective for surface level shifts such as getting in better shape, embarking on a new career or improving a person’s diet.
A transformational approach, on the other hand, is geared at a deeper level of change that results in living a more vibrant, connected and meaningful life.