YKAL Coaching Sessions: Upper Limit Problems with Rachel
I am especially pumped for today's episode because it is the first time I am coaching someone on the podcast. I am so excited! But, before I dive into the content of today’s episode, I wanted to give a crash course in life coaching (for anyone new to the concept) and share how I actually coach my clients.
Traditionally, life coaches act as a guide when working with clients. They ask the right questions or offer clients different perspectives. One important item to note: life coaches don't give advice nor do they give their opinion. The way I work with clients is a mix between life coaching and consulting or advising. Because I've been doing this work for so long and with the same type of woman, I see patterns over and over and over again, which helps me better help those I work with. I also get really curious. You will hear this as you listen to my session with Rachel.
Speaking of Rachel, she is one of my past group coaching participants and kindly agreed to do this special podcast coaching session episode. During the session, we discussed her fear of advancing in her career, which we identified as an upper limit problem (which I KNOW is a common struggle!). We also uncovered a quiet, yet powerful inner voice that says, “Yes, you can do this.” The session is thought-provoking, empowering and engaging. I have been thinking about doing this kind of podcast episode for so long. The day has finally arrived and I hope you enjoy it!
In this episode, you’ll also hear:
- Uncovering Rachel’s upper limit problem and discussing aspired values (20:04)
- Explanation of an upper limit problem, what it is and how to address it (24:26)
- An exercise in talking through the worst case scenario when it comes perceptions by people in the workplace (30:54)
- Uncovering a quiet yet powerful inner voice or what Rachel refers to as a vibration or wave (42:46)
- A kick-ass update from Rachel (1:04:04)