Coaching is like having a professional friend. Someone to hold a mirror up to your thoughts, reflect those thoughts back at you, whilst asking you powerful questions that enable you to dig deeper.
It's a conversation entirely focused on you. You have all the answers you need inside of you – even if you think you don’t. Sometimes it’s just helpful to have a confidential, non-judgemental person to facilitate your own thinking.
In everyday life the conversations we have with our partners, friends, family members and colleagues are directive - there is a vested interest, however small, in the decisions you make. A coaching relationship is different – it is completely impartial and non-directive, enabling you to come up with your own solutions.
He enabled me to take small, practical steps to improve my life.
Senior Project Manager
How can coaching help me?
Coaching can be a positive experience for anyone at any time in life – you don’t need to have a specific ‘topic’ to bring – but I usually help people work on the following areas:
Long-term habit change
Charlie’s coaching feels like an investment in myself. The longer I apply the principles, the better I’m able to cope with life’s stresses and the happier I feel. I’m still getting value from it now. It’s worth every penny.
The Huntington & Langham Estate
Free discovery chat
The relationship between client and coach is important - we both need to feel comfortable. I hold a free 10 to 15 minute call before starting work with anyone new. If it’s not for you, there is no obligation to go ahead with the coaching.
Where is it?
The majority of my coaching is done by video-call, usually Zoom, or by phone but I am available for face-to-face sessions.
Coaching sessions are purchased in blocks of 6 at £80 per session (£480).