Frequently Asked Questions
What differentiates you from therapists, psychiatrists, psychologists, and counselors?
As a life coach, I mainly focus on helping clients achieve their goals by asking questions and guiding them through self-realizations. I help them focus on the present so that they can take the right steps to move forward into the future. I do not diagnose or explain their behaviors. Nonetheless, I can help them understand how their past affects their present.
Do I need life coaching?
You may need life coaching if you are:
In which areas of my life can you help me with?
I can help you in the following areas:
Do you guarantee results?
Yes, I do. As long as you cooperate and do the work, you will surely get favorable results from my life coaching.
What can I expect from your coaching sessions?
We will be honest and transparent in our conversations.
Am I required to attend a specific number of coaching sessions?
Depending on your situation, you may need to attend several coaching sessions in order to attain your desired result. However, I do not force clients to stay in a program if they no longer want to. So, it would ultimately depend on you and your personal commitment to stay in the program.
How about the payment?
Unlike other life coaches, I do not require pre-payment of my coaching services, although you may pay days or weeks in advance. Clients can pay on the day of their session, but prior to the start of the session itself. Ideally, they should settle their payment at least one hour before the coaching session begins.
What do I need to start?
You need willingness and dedication. You have to be willing to change so that you can grow and become a better version of yourself. You also have to be dedicated and committed so that you can avoid reverting to the person you worked so hard to improve.
How will our coaching sessions be done?
Our coaching sessions will be done remotely as a precautionary measure against COVID-19. We can communicate via Zoom.
What is your specialization?
Neuro-linguistic programming (NLP)