For me, change work with people was and is an absolute booster for my own development – which of course never ends. As a coach, you owe it not only to yourself, but also to the people you work with, to constantly work on your own issues. If you don’t, you will inadvertently project your own limitations onto your clients (which is what you often experience when asking friends or family for advice). Through constantly practicing my coaching methods on myself before I use them to help my clients, I also automatically work on my own “stuff” along the way.
But I develop most in interaction with the people who place their trust in me: Their stories, struggles, and fates repeatedly push me to the core questions of our existence – and thus accelerate my own spiritual maturation. That is why I am extremely grateful to both: my teachers AND the people who come to me.
I have since outgrown my professional infancy and the way I work with people has become an own coaching approach, which I call Self-Integrative Coaching. In my search for ever more effective ways to help people evolve toward happier and more fulfilling lives, I have come to know integrative work on the soul level as the ultimate change tool and made it into a central element of my way of coaching. The key insight here is that at the most fundamental, deepest level, the level with the greatest leverage for change, it is about manifesting our whole selves, who we really are, here and now in our lives and in our bodies. The central work for this is to collect and integrate lost parts of ourselves. How exactly this is to be understood, you will be able to experience in the coaching. As you might guess, this means that I work in a way that is more profound than what many would associate with the term coaching. With Mylifecoach, I am now presenting and sharing Self-Integrative Coaching to give you the opportunity to experience truly life-changing coaching.