Our Philosophy

Our Philosophy is a holistic integration of mind, body, and spirt connection to enhance performance. We believe the more attuned and aware you are of your thoughts, emotions, and mental blocks, the more you are able to move smoothly through conflict or stress towards your desired goals. The more aware & integrated you are in your mind, body, and spirt, the better emotional, physical and intellectual performance.
If you are a serious high-performing athlete, looking to advance to the next level, you wouldn’t work on your skills alone. You’d hire the best coach you can find to help refine your skills to go to the Olympics- if that was your goal.
Why shouldn’t you have the same advantage in your own personal and professional life? Why not be impressed with the results you create in business, relationships, leadership, career, or even dating.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

Is there a right or wrong client for the Institute?
Absolutely. The right coaching client is a successful high-performer, at motivation level 8/10 or higher to pursue change. This doesn’t mean motivated in all areas of life at 8/10, but motivated at level 8 or higher for change or for development towards their goal, business, relationship of their dreams. The right client is honest about their skillset and limitations. The right client seeks feedback and applies it.

The wrong client is concerned about “appearing a certain way”, not honest nor self-aware, has a hard time hearing feedback, does not apply feedback, is unwilling to be held accountable for applying tools and action, is in ego or is highly-sensitive to accountability. Our clients do not perceive themselves as victims, they understand they play a role in choosing their responses to challenges and are not victims in their life story but rather the writer, actor, and producer of their life narrative.
Can life or executive coaching hurt someone or guarantee a result?
No. The client is always in charge and responsible for their own life and ultimately makes their own decisions and takes their own actions. The job of a coach is to provide insights, support, clarity, and/or accountability. While a personal or professional coach might challenge you to think differently or suggest that you try a different approach than you normally would, the client must decide whether to take the action or not.

Life and executive coaches do not in any way control the client’s thoughts, actions or life. You are in charge of your decisions and prog ress.
How do you help clients?
Clients report improved skills, support, tools, and confidence. Skills improve such as learning to tune-in to your own body, mind, and heart’s knowing.

Self-development is about honoring your own unique path. Coaching is about discovering what excites you, where do you want to grow, what is meaningful to you, and what has been holding you back—which we refer to as “mental Blocks” or “limited beliefs”. We encourage awareness of your limitation or limiting belief that you may not have known are holding you back.

Together we identify opportunities of development and design a personalized action plan to help you move forward and stay on the track you chose for yourself. As you grow, your goals grow, happy to continue supporting you in your higher endeavors.
How Important is Accountability?
Accountability is a key element here. Business and psychological research consistently confirms that people are much more likely to complete tasks when they are held accountable for the results to someone by a deadline.

What is the cost of you staying stagnant for another 6 months? Spend that amount on the best coach your can find to hold you accountable to growth.

Research indicates, having a bi weekly coaching call significantly increases performance-pace and quality of performance. The client’s role is to report their prog ress on the call for the tasks they claim to want grow in. This practice increases client’s likelihood of mengaging in tools, projects, or goals faster.
How important is honesty in coaching?
coaching is an intimate, synergistic partnership that both people are responsible for creating and building. It is important for the client to be honest, the coach can only be as good as the client is honest about their skills and limitations. We don’t want to focus on the wrong issue if you don’t provide the whole truth about something.

Often self-awareness is required for honesty. The client must be sincerely interested in improving their self-awareness and willing to hear & apply feedback on improvements.
Can I hire a life coach for a short-term goal, a special project or is it long term?
Yes. Some clients hire a life coach to help them achieve a specific objective or project, or even complete a course. Many clients choose to continue working with their life coach after their initial goals are accomplished because they have greater accomplishments to reach and have experienced the value, the improvement on pace, support,and wisdom gained through coaching.

Currently, there are 3 month and 6 month coaching packages for 45-90 minute bi-weekly calls or you can take one of our courses if you want to go at your own pace.
How is life coaching different from therapy?
Coaching and therapies work with different paradigms. Of course, each practitioner works differently but therapy tends to treat past emotional issues, disorders, labels while coaching considers the impact of our history, while focusing on where we want to be, and how to get there. In general, coaching is action-oriented towa rds changing the future through the present. Coaching is for mostly healthy individuals.

Life and executive coaches don’t work on past-based issues or traumas as the focus but rather what does health look like and how to apply it.

We focus on the present and the client’s goals for the future. Coaching helps people move forward and set personal and professional goals that will give them the life and career they really want. Most coaching clients are healthy, successful people who might be a bit stuck or want to make a big change in their lives and want the support of a coach to do so.
Is coaching similar to consulting?
Coaching can be considered a form of consulting (at times).Consulting is often information and expertise based. For example, you may hire a consultant for a specific problem with your business, maybe work culture, boundaries, money-blocks.

A coach is an expert on helping people develop. Coaches help you develop specific areas of your business and personal life.

While consultants offer a solution and leave you to implement it; your personal or leadership coach stays with you to help your mindset, strategy and execution of changes, new skills and tools, and follows up on accountability for goals you set.

This is one of the many reasons coaching is so effective—it is one thing to have information and quite another to actually have support to apply the change to reach your goals.
Will insurance cover my sessions?
No. Coaching services are not covered by insurance. It is out of pocket fee. You can make 1 or 2 payments for a coaching package.
What is the difference between a life, personal, career, executive, leadership, professional, success, confidence coach? (and the list goes on)
These terms often times have root causes that are childhood wounds, or trauma but manifest differently.

Overall, coaches are there to support you and your personal and/or professional goals within their knowledge/capacity.

In the content of THCLI, the terms you choose helps us better understand your goal and how we can better serve you.

A professional consultation (put link for apply application) will shed light on your unique needs and the type of coaching you may benefit from most.
Why would a successful person hire a coach?
One of the reasons there is a growing demand for coaching is the complexity of modern day life. Things aren’t as simple they once were. Whereas your parents may have been happy to sustain a job that paid the bills, most people today want a job that is personally fulfilling and financially rewarding.

Successful people choose to create work that aligns with and reflects their core values. If you aren’t doing what you love, even if you are financially rewarded, the likelihood of you feeling fulfilled or happy is not like it used to be with the complexity of life and organizational dynamics today.

No athlete would consider going to the Olympics without a coach. The extra edge of having a coach provides you with a competitive advantage and a level of preparation and support to face anticipated challenges with grit and grace. Why shouldn’t you have the same advantage in your own personal and professional life? Why not be impressed with the results you create in business, relationships, leadership, career, or even dating.

Ready to embrace change and step into your true potential? Let’s begin this journey together.

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