About Life Coaching

What is life coaching?

Life coaching is a process that is designed to bridge the gap between where you currently are in life, to the level you really want to be playing at.

Just like anything in life that you want to improve, hiring the help of a professional is the fastest and most effective way to get results.  If you wanted to be the best you can be at playing sport, you would hire a coach.  That is a no-brainer; every top sportsperson has a coach.  Professional sportspeople invest in a coach to challenge, support, stretch, and bring out the best in them.  The more they train, the better they become.
Now, wouldn’t it make sense to apply the same logic to the game of life?  The process of life coaching is exactly the same.  The more coaching you receive, the more results you will get, the bigger the impact you will make, and as a consequence your life begins to take on the shape that you truly desire.
When you address the fundamental aspects of what is holding you back in life at the root cause, change occurs on every level.

Through your coaching sessions, Susan will guide, support and challenge you throughout your journey and keep you on track to create your transformational change, and empower you to reach a level of ultimate fulfilment.

If this sounds like something that would add significant value to your life, head over and check out my Life Coaching Packages available.

What does a life coach do?

A life coach will work with you to support you in creating your ideal life.  Here are some examples of the transformational changes that you will go through in your coaching with Susan:

  • Discover your true self  – learn who you are and how to get what you want
  • Break through limiting thoughts and beliefs that have been holding you back
  • Learn simple, effective strategies to gain control of your emotions
  • Get unstuck from a rut, regain clarity and direction in your life
  • Learn how to cultivate energy, momentum, and appreciation for life
  • Increase your confidence and level of self-awareness
  • Access and develop dormant resources that you didn’t even know you had
  • Create fundamental shifts in your thinking
  • Identify the patterns you are playing out in your life, and prevent them from reoccurring.


If you’d like to hear some of the feedback that others have to say about their life coaching experiences and how I have been able to transform their lives, check out the Testimonials page.

Contact me for a free consultation on how you can take control of your life, and join those who consistently choose to experience extraordinary living.

How will coaching help me?

Anyone who wants to improve their life can benefit from life coaching. Just like a personal trainer can help you achieve your fitness goals, a life coach can help you achieve goals in just about any area. The expertise of a life coach is the mindset, which is the driving force behind human behaviour. Life Coaches are trained to identify the root cause of unresourceful behaviour. Many people feel a sense that something is holding them back, but are unable to pinpoint where the problem lies. Coaching will eliminate the confusion around what you want and provide clarity, by identifying and breaking down blockages within the mindset.

Is life coaching like counselling?

Life coaching is quite different to counseling. Whilst counseling tends to be more focused on the past, life coaching is solution-focused and coaches work with people who do not have a mental health diagnosis (clients rather than patients). Counseling is generally conducted on the assumption that healing is required, whereas life coaching works with the assumption that the client is already whole and complete.

What is the difference between life coaching and psychology?

Touted “the science of human achievement”, life coaching is similar to psychology, but once again tends to have less of an emphasis on the past, and is widely considered to be faster-paced. The duration that a psychologist spends with their patient can be a number of years, and the period that a client spends with their coach is relatively short, as the resulting goal for the client is to be able to self-coach.