Emotional coaching helps you to identify and channel negative emotions so that you can reach your objective quickly and calmly.
We all have a talent when born into this world: a combination of abilities that define us and make us unique. TO BE ourselves, and to live in harmony with who we are, is not only one of the foundations of happiness, but also a gift for our environment, our profession, our family, our community, the world…
Nevertheless, starting with our childhood, the experiences we have lived through and the conditions of our environment sometimes lead us away from who we really are. We do not dare to communicate or put into action what we have inside; or, in spite of having chosen a path and having a clearly defined objective, we are faced with numerous internal and/or external adversities, insecurities, doubts and fears.
Emotional coaching aims to accompany individuals in the journey that takes them from who THEY ARE in the present to who they really want TO BE in the future.
Emotional coaching is focused on the person’s first awareness of their resources, talents, values and those personal abilities that they really have, those that have an outstanding performance and that are recognised in their field. Once we have re-established contact with that which “works”, which is healthy and makes us strong, the process is directed more towards the achievement of a concrete objective.
In the journey towards the goal, emotional coaching is based on two elements:
- The first is MOTIVATION. What are the benefits? Why do we want to reach this goal? What do we hope to attain in our lives by achieving this objective?
- The second is CLEARING the path that leads us towards our goal. Clear it of any negative emotions, doubts, insecurities, fears, vertigo and limiting beliefs.
What role do emotions play?
- On the one hand, emotions guide us during the sessions and we learn to recognise them and to identify their message, benefiting from our EMOTIONAL INTELLIGENCE whenever possible.
- On the other hand, we learn to overcome or to manage those automatisms that, although they have allowed us to survive up until now, are no longer useful when achieving our current goals.