Let’s Have A Coaching Conversation

I’ve found that the best way for a prospective client and myself to discover whether we’re going to be a good fit for each other, since we’re going to be working together for over a period of months is to start by simply having a conversation.

It’s not one which has to have some big, heavy agenda, all we need are a few questions so we can begin to explore what’s on your mind.

And from the answers to those questions we’re going to begin to discover what it is you really want, and whether that is something that I can help you with.

charles stevenson coaching conversation

No watching the clock

This conversation might be short or long, we’ll simply see what happens, and if we need to follow-up, that’s ok too.  It’s not going to be a “20 minute sales call” or anything like that.

I’ve had clients commence working with me five or more years years after we’d first made contact, so I won’t be rushing you or trying to ‘close you’ when we first talk. This means that if we’re both not ready to go ahead, yet, we can, if it feels right, schedule a follow-up call.

Simply put – to move forwards there has to be a ‘Hell Yeah” feeling from both of us, otherwise it’s a “No” for the time being.


Over to you – Would you like to find out more?

My website has further information about how coaching helps people to achieve more out of life, with examples of some of the goals clients have gone for, however, nothing beats experiencing coaching for yourself first-hand so as to feel how it works – for you.

So if you want to transform your life so much that when you eventually look back at some time in the future you catch yourself thinking, “Was that me? Was that really all that I was back then?” – if you want to feel like that, you need to contact me and we’ll arrange to talk.