Lifestyle Coaching is not about me telling you what you need to do. We all possess the relevant tools to work out what is required to achieve our goals.
However, it is not always an easy task to recognise which tools we should be using without the support and guidance of a goal orientated coach.
I believe that successful coaching takes into consideration where you are in your life right now and where you want to be in the short, medium and long term.

Once you have identified an area of your life that you are not satisfied with, we can begin the process of determining what thoughts or actions could improve it.

We would then prioritise the actions and break them down into smaller steps so that you have better access to creating a positive impact in this area of your life. As you continue you will create more and more positive changes.
This is what I believe gives coaching a successful outcome. 

All you need to be successful is a readiness for the positive changes ahead.