Do you ever wish you could understand yourself better?
Do you ever wonder why you keep achieving the same results over and over?
I’m a strong believer that if you want to be successful, having a coach is one of the fastest ways to get there and my goal is to always have a session booked in with a coach.
There is something unbelievably powerful about having someone taking the time to ask you great questions, help you unpack your challenges and goals, offer a new perspective and draw out the answers from within you.
However, as well as receiving coaching from others, I believe that coaching ourselves is one of the most incredible skills to develop.
We are truly our own best coach. There is nobody else out there who knows your desires or problems better than you.
So, if we are our own best coaches, it makes sense to make sure that we have tools to be able to effectively coach ourselves.
So, why coach yourself?
When we know how to coach ourselves, we can solve problems faster, understand ourselves better and move towards what we want our life to be like more efficiently and effectively.
The inability to understand ourselves and others, often means we can’t create the relationships, happiness or success that we deserve.
I love this quote by Thomas Edison:
If we did all the things we are capable of, we would literally astound ourselves".
I developed the TEAR model to help people like you to move through your challenges faster and get back into a positive and energetic state of mind.
The model and the questions attached to it were created from a combination of what I have learned from Neuro Linguistic Programming (NLP), Positive Psychology and Cognitive Behaviour Therapy (CBT).
It is based on one of the fundamentals of psychology – that our thoughts are what is driving the ship and if we want to change our feelings, our actions and our results, our thinking is the place to start.
The TEAR model helps us to unpack any problem that we have and how to create the solution that we want.
Grab your downloadable self-coaching TEAR model Cheatsheet here:
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