Many reasons exist why clients hire mentors (coaches). Individualized program design, accountability, time management, and soulwork have increasing appeal. Clarifying and aligning with core values, career/ business transitions, moving from headspace to heartspace, intuitive guidance, are also key. Whatever your reason, you are here to clarify more about yourself.
Coaches exist to help clients believe in themselves, to reinforce high self worth. In order to be effective, a mentor has to have high self-worth. Working toward more consistent self-acceptance and self-worth often arises as a core major focus of coaching. A person’s attitudes, abilities, and cognitive skills make up what is known as the self-system. This system plays a key role in how we perceive situations and how we respond to different situations or opportunities.
- View challenges as tasks to be mastered (is solution-oriented)
- Develops deeper interest in heartfelt activities (increasingly intuitive)
- Commits to what matters with confidence
- Visualizes and feels the way into new realities
- Avoids or feels disheartened by challenges
- Imagines and focuses on reasons why something is unreachable
- Focus on personal failings and negative outcomes
- Lacks confidence in personal abilities
If you wish to increase self-esteem, you must respond to the world like someone with high self esteem. Ponder four ways to increase (and stabilize) self esteem;