What is self-paced coaching?

Things are a little crazy right now. There’s a lot of uncertainty, changes in the workplace, and worry about the health of loved ones. If you can’t find the time or just aren’t ready for one-on-one sessions, self-paced coaching can help.

Self-paced programs are course units designed to deliver targeted content on a particular topic in a short amount of time. It gives you the freedom and flexibility to move through the information at your own pace–all within the same secure portal my clients use. 

That way, my resources are right at your fingertips!

Each program or course is broken up into 12 units. A unit might be a worksheet, a video, a mini lesson or article to read, or an action item–things like that. You’ll complete the items as you have time. Most clients do one item a day (or every few days), but you can also complete a handful of units on days when you have the time. Generally clients finish a course in about 3 weeks, but you have 60 days access to the course and to my portal, if you need it.

Curious what coaching can do for you?

Schedule your free 30 minute discovery session to find out if coaching is right for you. 

Don’t worry! You’re not completely on your own!

Just because it’s self-paced and online doesn’t mean I’m out of the loop. As you complete each unit, I’ll be checking in and offering tips and suggestions, when it’s appropriate. 

You won’t get the full attention you’d receive if we were having true hour long coaching sessions, but I’m still there to help.

There are three courses available right now:

  • How to Set Goals (And Keep Them)
  • Giving Yourself a Break
  • Calming the Stress Monster Part 1 (Part 2 will be available mid-April–just in time for you to finish Part 1)

To check out the course descriptions or to sign up, visit the Self-Paced Coaching section on my website. And make sure you follow me on Instagram and Facebook because I’m giving away courses to TWO lucky people this week!

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