You know you have a lot to offer and you’re good at what you do but there are times when you feel blindsided by clients requests, issues, or concerns.
You feel uncertain when a client asks you to shift your normal way of doing business. You have a nagging feeling that this may not be a good idea, but you’re not sure why.
You feel stressed, overwhelmed and a bit scared after you experience a tense or downright angry moment with a client.
You don’t know what to do when your business interferes with your personal life or vice versa.
You find yourself triggered by your clients stories, requests, or _____ and don’t know why.
You want to act with integrity and prevent/ stay away from ethics complaints, bad reviews, or malpractice suits (unfortunately/fortunately, news of bad business practices travel fast).
You feel overwhelmed or burned out when your client choices (or business?) interfere with your personal life (or vice versa).
You love doing deep work with your clients, but feel anxious or unprepared to navigate when issues of trauma or similar concerns arise.
You’ve been burned or blindsided after making “heart-centered decisions” for your clients.
Imagine if these weren’t your issues anymore. What if you could run both your biz and your family with confidence, peace, integrity, and excitement knowing that you’re choices are good ones? …how that would free you up with more family and work integration.
You wish you could see into the future and know the upsides or downsides to your professional choices.
You make decisions that are in the highest good for both you and your client.
Your offer your services with confidence that your decisions are ethical and full of integrity.
You’re able to deal with your client concerns in a way that keeps you in alignment with your values.
You feel emotionally supported as you navigate the personal issues that impact your business.
You smile when a client issue arises that takes you out of your wheelhouse because you know you are emotionally supported in your decision making process.
Imagine feeling calm and confident because you avoid dicey ethical issues before they arise.
You wish you had someone you could call on to help you process your professional concerns so you can make decisions that are in alignment with your values.
You wish you had support when your personal issues began to impact our business (or vice versa).
Do any of these sound familiar?
- Instead of getting a peaceful night sleep, you’re nursing feelings of dread and wondering, “did I do the right thing with that client?”
- You feel confused or anxious when clients experience emotional or psychological issues that are beyond your area of expertise.
- You dread opening or writing that client email because you’re worried it may only make things worse.
- You realize your personal or family issues are impacting your coaching practice and don’t know what to do about it.