AWAKEN YOUR INNER WARRIOR SPIRIT Monthly Coaching for UNSTOPABLE SPIRIT
EVERY FIRSTSATURDAY OF THE MONTH
TIME: 8:00AM – 11:00AM
VENUE: SAVELBERG RETREAT CENTER, OFF
MURINGA ROAD IN KILIMANI
MAKE YOUR WARRIORS MOVE!
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NEXT is an Ex-candidates Group Coaching Program that seeks to lay foundational values and the young people in discovering their purpose in life, their identity, and careers they best fit it. NEXT comprises of 12 Deep Coaching sessions school leavers. This will be the best form of education to give to your child. Let them find out what’s NEXT for them and you will have given them a gift!
The NEXT PROJECT life coaching sessions schedule
● Every Tuesday 2- 5Pm
● Duration: 3 months (January – March 2018)
What to carry
● A coaching exercise book
The ‘NEXT’ Project
● NIAS career assessment test helps match your personality and interest to career and university degrees, choices that are more likely to be successful for you.
● How to choose a university degree or training program
● Tips for how to find a college and be a smart education consumer
The ‘Next’ Project steps
Next Project Bash
Register and attend the Bash on the 18th August 2017
Attend all the 12 Coaching Sessions
WE SHALL AGREE AT THE BASH THE BEST DATE IN JANUARY TO BEGIN THE PROGRAM
GRADUATION BASH (MARCH 2018)
BE CERTIFIED AS HAVING ATTENDED A PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PROGRAM WHICH IS
AN ADVANTAGE EDGE FOR YOU.
FEES for THE NEXT PROJECT
“Apart from Learning How to Coach, You Also Get Coached.”
Muchira C N
This past Saturday, the 15th of July, Destiny Life Coaching graduated 16 certified, motivated and inspired coaches. And from the sheer joy and pride that resonated throughout graduation day, it would be fair to say that this month’s life coaching class was truly transformational.
As we sat and listened to the various coaches unveil their greatest insights and breakthroughs from the course, you couldn’t help but realize a recurring theme. Noel, also a recent graduate perhaps puts it best; “I came here with an intention that I wanted to help people, but… at the end of it I came to realize, I was the one who needed help.”
Slightly amusing, his remark has proved profoundly true. As we listened to several other testimonies every coach seemed to advocate for not only learning new skills but also transforming themselves through the course. Their stories brought forth three especially intriguing insights from the life coaching course at Destiny;
It Starts withYou!
“…it was actually a personal journey, a journey of self-discovery and the best way I could understand myself as well,” says Sheila Benatti as she reveals an essential truth about her journey through the course.
Sheila Dorris, another esteemed graduate also gave a powerful testimony on her personal journey; “in July 2016, I was approaching my exams… but I couldn’t do it. I felt like there was an imbalance in my life… I was seeking help.”
Sheila then went on to describe that the life coaching course at DLC brought forth several breakthroughs in her own life. “I found myself,” she says confidently. And as cliché as it may sound, she wore the mightiest expression of sincerity when she said it.
Sheila’s journey also brought her a breakthrough in some unconventional areas in her life she says. “I was struggling with my weight.” Which is something you could never tell from looking at the picture of health that Sheila embodies today.
As various other coaches made similar remarks, one thing became clear. That wanting to make a change, just as many of these coaches will, starts from the inside out and not the outside in. It starts with you.
It’s A Process!
“It doesn’t stop,” Muchira says adamantly.
“It’s amazing how many layers that, from examining yourself, you find that you have. You just keep going deeper and deeper… it’s having the confidence to actually do that deep search to get to know who you are.”
Her words resonate deeply as she goes on to describe that self-discovery takes courage. And it is actually the courage to look within one’s self, that many people lack and in turn prevent themselves from growing. And Muchira goes on to affirm this saying “if you’re not growing, you’re dying”.
Perhaps that is the wakeup call which we all need and proof that coaching, much like life, is a continuous journey of self-discovery and growth. It simply “…doesn’t stop”.
A Network of Amazing People!
One thing that was clear as we sat and celebrated the graduation of our life coaches, was the comradery and happiness that seemed to gleam through the atmosphere in on that special day. As Beatrice Thairu stood to encourage other life coaches to join their newly formed mastermind group called “the Impact Group”—a group of life coaches adamant on surrounding themselves with inspirational people—one could feel the depth of connection and power of purpose she spoke with. “It’s not just about helping ourselves, it’s about helping others,” she says.
“I was also very happy to meet people who have similar values to mine, in wanting to make a difference in other peoples’ lives.”
Her words, coming straight from the heart, amplify that the relationships she has made over the time of the course will last her a life time.
As a chapter in DLC’s latest catalog of transformational life coaches comes to an end, another begins. So, to our special graduates of July 2017, congratulation!
The start of a new year is a great time to start afresh and create something new. It’s also a great time to reflect on your past successes and start tapping into the many wonderful possibilities that can lie ahead for you.
Here are ten steps I suggest to get you started, most of which revolve around your way of being:
1. Set the right goals:
Know what it is that you really want in life and define it as clearly as you can. Then, create a strong intention for that to happen.
2. Be determined:
Be patient and don’t be discouraged by setbacks. See them as challenges to be overcome or lessons to be learned, not roadblocks.
3. Be honest:
If you’re open and honest in all of your dealings, people will trust and support you. Dishonesty is self-destructive and brings with it, fear and guilt.
4. Don’t be susceptible to the negative influences of others:
Be immune to the negative opinions of others and let go of any thoughts that don’t support you.
5. Be generous and kind:
You can’t expect life to be generous to you if you’re not generous to yourself and kind to others. Keep an open mind and don’t criticise or judge yourself or others.
6. Be self-motivated:
If you lack self-motivation, you’re like a car without a battery. The good thing is that when we set the right goals, a natural desire arises from within us, to help us achieve them.
7. Seize every opportunity:
Be open to and detached from the form in which opportunities might arise so you’re ready to recognise them and act on them.
8. Don’t compare yourself with others:
Instead of trying to be better than someone else, accept yourself as you are and use your talents and gifts to do your personal best. Make a habit of acknowledging yourself each day by asking yourself, ‘What have I done well today?’
Keeping an acknowledgement journal is a nice way to keep up this daily practice.
9. Maintain a healthy mind, body and spirit:
When we’re healthy, we can do virtually anything! When we neglect our health – mental, physical or spiritual – we limit our chances of success.
10. Make the most of your time:
Time, not money is our most critical and precious resource. Use it well. Always spend some time each day doing something that gives you energy. Build on your feelings of success and abundance each day by asking yourself ‘What am I grateful for today’? and ‘What am I happy about right now’? When we devote our time and energy to thinking about and doing the things that make us happy, we start creating and living a successful, abundant life.