Many things in life come at us from left field. It can be an event within the molecular structure of your family, or it can be a massive global event that affects the whole world. Wherever it comes from, it poses many challenges in the person's face that it is destined to affect.
Four years ago, I embarked on a journey that had me living with monks in Thailand, scuba diving in the Caribbean, freediving in the Red Sea, and further developing my spiritual practice on the Island of the Gods.
When the pandemic struck, I had just returned from an African safari with my daughter, my lover and her two kids. Without a new plan for what would become of me now, I could not travel and teach scuba diving; I became stuck. So I began searching deeper, within myself, through meditation and reflection.
Through this process, I found the Jay Shetty Certification School. There are many reasons why I choose this program. For starters, it has an excellent brand attached to the school, and the curriculum seemed to cover a coaching framework that offered a sound and solid approach to coaching.
After a little bit of research and speaking with a Jay Shetty Certification School Enrollment
Advisor, I took the plunge and embarked on a new journey as a Life Coach.
This course is intense and for those thinking it is a walk in the park, think again! There are over 40 hours of online classes given by Jay Shetty, 30 hours of self-studying (reading books, watching TEDtalks on coaching), 20 hours of reflecting on different areas of this journey, 20 hours of practicing with real clients (some from the Jay Shetty Certification School and some from outside the school) and finally a final exam that is composed of two parts ( a written thesis and a presentation in front of a board). This program roadmap is the minimum requirement to complete the course; however, once you are inside the school, you are quickly introduced to a whole community of like-minded students. The experience takes a life of its own.
A powerhouse of support comes from supervisors, fellow students and alumni. This support takes life through Live webinars, coaching clinics, monthly live Q&A with Jay Shetty, weekly mentoring calls with your supervisor, business club training, exclusive interviews with Alumni and, of course, the friends and connections you make along the way.
The school wants you to succeed; not only do they champion you to finish the course, but they want you to be the best life coach possible even after graduation.
In the last five months, I have grown tremendously as a person, and now I am on a journey to helping one person at a time achieve what they thought was impossible.
To learn more about me as a Life Coach, I urge you to set up a Discovery Call by clicking here. Our Discovery Call will be a Zoom conversation where we focus on your goals and where you might be stuck or want support. It’s important to note that this is not a coaching call. The Discovery Call is a conversation about your goals and if coaching is right for what you want to accomplish.
Our call is a safe space to discuss areas in your life and the actions necessary to attain your goals. We will discuss my role as a life coach and the best course of action to get you where you want to be.