First coffee, then coaching is about growing

I love coaching, I love coffee and my purpose is to inspire people to be the best version of themselves, by being (progress, not perfection) the best version of myself.

Every single person has the ability to create a life that is meaningful and fulfilling to them. As one of my instructors said on the very first day of my coaching program, all human beings are creative, resourceful and whole. I agree with her.

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My ‘first coffee, then things’ approach to life is not (just) about the coffee, it’s about being intentional with my day, my goals, and my actions. More on that here.

Both as part of an organization and working with individual clients, I love partnering with people to help them discover and unlock the tools and support they have available to empower themselves and accomplish their goals. And I do so through Coaching.

“My life has completely changed for the better since I started my coaching journey. I had no idea the peace I could garner from the mindset improvements I gained after just a short amount of time working with my coach. Similarly, I had no clue how successful I could be in meeting my goals under the guidance and support of Josybel. Coaching has helped me reconnect to the most authentic version of who I am and shift my inner dialogue to one that’s healthy and full of gratitude and hope. I am so grateful to have Josy in my corner as I navigate this crazy ride called life and I know that with her by my side I will continue to achieve amazing things!”

– Lacey, Rockwall, TX

What is coaching?

The International Coach Federation (ICF) defines Coaching as a thought-provoking and creative partnership that inspires clients to maximize their personal and professional potential, often unlocking previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership.

Coaching isn’t just a conversation. Coaching is about results. Everyone talks about what they need to change, but rarely does anyone do anything more about it. Successful people stop talking about it and start being proactive. They begin to strategically map out how to move forward and accomplish their goals. If you change your thinking, you change your life.

Which kind of topics can you bring to coaching?

Here are some examples:

☕️ A goal you’re ready to start, but you’re not sure how to begin.
☕️ A challenge with a personal or professional relationship.
☕️ A decision you’re struggling with.
☕️ An obstacle you’ve encountered as you’ve been working on a current goal.

Not sure if coaching is right for you? Just schedule a free exploratory session today. You’ll be able to experience what it’s like to have a coach, and my specific style. This is not intended to be a discussion about coaching. It’s a real coaching session and I want you to walk away with something tangible that can help you move closer to your goals.

Tool of the week

How ‘Badass’ author Jen Sincero went from living paycheck-to-paycheck to getting rich. The New York Times best-selling author was making $28,000 and living in a tiny converted garage, scraping by as a freelance writer and musician. Here’s how she turned her life around. Watch here (it’s 2 min long, just watch it).

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