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Confidence coach

You’re playing small in your life. You know what you want, but you’re not really going after it because there is a part of you that doesn’t believe that you can have it.

Maybe you are not asking for what you want or you are not standing up for what you believe in.  Perhaps you say no to opportunities because you don’t think you will be able to follow through on them.

You are good at noticing all the ways that you’ve failed before. The negative self-talk is really draining you and it runs on repeat. When people give you praise or positive feedback you find it hard to believe them.

Sometimes you wonder why other people seem to have it all together and think that things must come more easily to them.

You see people taking chances and taking opportunities and having some success and there’s a tiny part of you that knows you could have success too and that you are just as talented, but you rarely listen to that part of you.

Maybe there is a big event in your life that you should be looking forward to, but you’re not because you know that you will be the centre of attention and that feels like an uncomfortable place to be.

You’re being held up by the way you think about yourself, the way you think about what’s possible for you. Your lack of confidence leads to worry and self-doubt and comparison. You think to yourself that you are not enough and so you play it safe.

You are hiding your greatness because you fear that you may fail.

You are made of magic. It’s time to stop hiding that.

If you were able to be more confident, what would that enable you to do:

go for promotion?

change careers?

play the lead?

stand for office?

write the novel?

say no when your heart tells you to say no?

make new friends

network for your business

make a speech

feel great in your swimsuit

apply for the funding

enjoy your studies as you work to achieve the results you want

be confident in a new life role – such as becoming a parent or a grandparent for the first time

make a new life when the old life dissolves

settle into a new life

Please email me at deborah@deborahchalk.com if you are interested in working with me.

I trained with and was certified as a life coach by Dr Martha Beck, a best-selling and New York Times featured author. In addition, I am trained and experienced as a career coach.

Dr Martha Beck taught me about the cycle of change. There are four stages in this and the analogy for it is that of a caterpillar changing into a butterfly. When the caterpillar changes into the butterfly it doesn’t go straight to being a butterfly. In the cocoon, there is a green gloop stage. (yes, sounds pretty, doesn’t it?!)

It’s a liminal period, where the caterpillar isn’t a caterpillar any more and it isn’t yet a butterfly. I help clients to become more confident and self-assured so that they can get through their green gloop stage more easily and become the butterflies that they are meant to be.

‘I’ve been impressed with Deborah for a long while. I loved the copy she wrote for me for a recent launch and it delights me to send her business as a copywriter and writing coach and mentor for my clients.

She’s also a truly amazing life coach, who’s highly skilled in supporting and guiding her clients as they move towards their dreams and right life. If you really want to see and feel positive juicy change in your life; or to create copy others CRAVE you should get in touch with her.’

Susan Hyatt, Master Certified Life Coach.

“Deborah holds a calm and kind space for her clients. She shows up with deep skills and sensitivity. You can trust her completely to guide you as you change your life.”

Susan Grace Beekman, Master Certified Coach, Byron Katie Coach.

Coaching is not a substitute for therapy or medical supervision so if you are not coping with your day to day please get the help that you need.

 

‘Promise me you’ll always remember: You’re braver than you believe, and stronger than you seem, and smarter than you think.’ A. A. Milne

 

 

 

 

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