Faye Cox Coaching – Believing in a better you
Professional life coach and mentor
The benefits of having a life coach
Life coaching closes the gap between life and dreams. It enhances your lifetime achievements to give you the life you’ve always aspired to live.
Life coaching is not counselling or therapy. A life coach works with you in the ‘here and now’ and in the future. We like to leave the past where it is and assist you to move forward towards a happier and more fulfilled life.
On your journey with me, you will discover techniques that you can use in your every day life to enhance your future self. Together we will find you clarity, create accountability, challenge your self-doubt and take you on a journey of self-discovery and personal development.
By the end of our time together, you will feel more confident, re-motivated and vibrating at a level you never thought possible.
We will take your life to the next level, give you back your self-belief, rid you of your self-sabotaging and set you on the road to a happier and healthier YOU!
You are ready for life coaching if….
You appear to the outside world like you’re totally in control and gliding through life.
When the reality is that you’re paddling furiously beneath the surface trying to stay on top of things.
Burying your head?
Everyday life is starting to get on top of you. You’re not reaching your life goals.
You’ve not got a grip on your health, wealth, career or relationship and instead of facing it head on, you’re burying your head in the sand.
Copying everyone else?
You’ve become blinded by other people’s lives. You think that everyone else is sorted.
Their lives look great on the outside, so you compare yourself and start copying their goals and aspirations and completely lose sight of yours and who YOU really are.
Reliably by your side, while your life transforms before your very eyes
I specialise in helping women who are supporters, be that of family or a partner with, or who are recovering from addictions, or women who are supporting their family after having children.
Being a supporter can be a lonely and isolating place. After I had my children, I lost who I was as a person. I lost confidence, my own identity and slipped in to ‘just being mum’. My whole focus was on supporting my husband and my children.