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Life Coaching


Who are you?

A life coach can help you through any transition.

  • Dealing with loss: A life coach can help you navigate through the challenging transition that occurs after a loss, whether it’s the loss via a divorce, a loved one, or a job loss.
  • Family lifestyle changes: A life coach helps you identify what you want in the next stage of your life now that they kids are gone and you are an empty nester, or you have newborns and dealing
    with the pressures of balancing work and family.
  • Health changes: A life coach can help you navigate the changes in your health or new caretaking responsibilities you have with your parents or spouse

Perhaps you haven’t gone through any transition, and you’d like a life coach help you live up to your full potential. Perhaps you feel blocked, and need a life coach to help you figure out what is stopping you.

What we offer?

My Whole Life’s life coaches optimize for your peace, happiness and balance. We’ll provide candid feedback on beliefs, attitudes, or behaviors that may stand in your way. Coaching sessions will help
you gain awareness of your blockages, and provide tools to help you overcome them. In the end, your changes will translate to feeling more balanced and happier.

Alignment: As a life coach, we help you regain all the parts of yourself that have lost over time or that got squeezed out as you took care of others. A life coach helps you recognize and reacquaint you with the version of yourself that may had been more idealistic, more adventurous, more confident, or just more fun and add those elements back into your life. A life coach makes sure you do not settle for less or get stuck waiting for some time in the future where things may be different. Instead, a life coach helps you identify what matters to you, your priorities, the essence of you, and helps you balance your needs with the needs of others.

  • Personal Assessment: A life coach will take you through a personal analysis to help you create and understand what types of things help you feel energized, and happy. A life coach will help you understand your personality type and the challenges it presents to your personal growth and how you interact with others.
  • Feels natural: A life coach will help you determine how you normally operate and come up with a way of working that suits your natural rhythms and way of working.
  • Boundaries: A life coach will notice personal boundaries that would be helpful for you to set if you seem to not leave work on time, never find any time to yourself, or let others get the better of you.
  • Power: A life coach will help you examine the power dynamics in your life an places where you lose your personal power or leach energy.

“ To put the world right in order, we must first put the nation in order; to put the nation in order, we must first put the family in order; to put the family in order, we must first cultivate our
personal life; we must first set our hearts right. “—Confucius

Balance: It’s easy for us to compartmentalize our lives into our work life and our home life. A life coach will help you balance and manage competing needs, such as work, family, finances, community, friends, etc. and to look at the situation more holistically.

  • Define Life goals: What are your other life goals aside from work (e.g.- health, self-care, friends, etc)? How can you ensure they also get met?
  • Our needs/others needs: How can we balance our personal self-care needs versus the needs of our family?
  • Prioritization: What are “must have’s” versus “like-to-have” with respect to your family?
  • Tools: How do you know when you are out of balance? What are ways to manage when you are out of balance?
    Accountability: Each week you’ll get assignments that help you move the ball forward week to week.

Clarity: Most of us spend much of our time doing the “right” thing following antiquated and unrealistically demanding societal standards for a clean home and being a good parent and spouse. A life coach asks you to define success on your own terms by defining what matters most to you.

  • Work/Life Balance: What is the ideal balance between all your needs? What does a balanced life look like?
  • Personal Goals: What is your personal mission? What are your top 3 life goals? What are your top 3 values?
  • Lifestyle Assessment: How do you want to feel when you come home? What implications does it have for your domestic responsibilities? How do your expectations mesh with your partner’s? How do you negotiate the differences?
  • Family Chores: What constitutes an equitable distribution of chores? How do our attitudes about family chores affect our desire to do them? What ways could you find fun in getting stuff done at time as a family activity?