Fraud Blocker Empowerment, Not 'Fixing': My Coaching Philosophy

Unlocking Your True Potential: A Guide for Aspiring Lawyers — Copy

by | Nov 16, 2023

In the world of personal development and coaching, there’s often a misconception. Many enter this space thinking they need ‘fixing’. But if that’s what you’re seeking, I urge you to reconsider.

Why I Don’t Aim to ‘Fix’ You

  • You Aren’t Broken: The fundamental belief I hold is that no individual is broken or in need of fixing. We’re all unique, evolving, and learning. Your journey isn’t about mending; it’s about growth.
  • Beware the Disempowerment Trap: When you yield your power to another, hoping they hold the magic wand to transform you, it’s not only inaccurate but also misleading. If someone claims they can change you, approach with caution!
  • Claim Your Destiny: Entrusting someone else with the task of ‘fixing’ you often diverts you from the essential responsibility you hold over your life’s course. Your destiny is yours to shape.

Here’s My Commitment to You

  • Self-Understanding: I strive to help you gain clarity: guiding you to delve deep, unravelling layers and truly understanding yourself and your desires.
  • Discovering Potential: Every individual is brimming with untapped potential. I’m here to help you unearth, recognise, and believe in yours.
  • Crafting Your Path: Equipped with self-understanding and confidence, my role is to support you in forging the path to the career and life you’ve always envisioned.

In essence, my goal is to facilitate your journey towards becoming the best version of yourself. However, remember, while I’m here to guide and support, the real change agent is, and always will be, YOU.


In short, your power is invaluable. 

Harness it, channel it, but never relinquish it. 

You, as you stand, are more than enough.


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