Interview on the Quarter-Life Crisis and Coaching
Last week, I was interview by David Barry who publishes a small online magazine. He contacted me and asked if I would be happy to discuss my recent research on the Quarter-Life Crisis and what I did as a Life Coach. Of course I was delighted to take part and here is the interview.
It was quite an informal interview as you can see, and perhaps I should have closed the door behind me so the background was a bit more pleasing to the eye (!) but hey, the content is spot on and it is worth a listen if you are interested in knowing a little more about coaching. It does well in explaining what issues my clients tend to experience and how coaching can help support them through these.
I approached coaching with a fairly clear objective that I’d been contemplating for years. Thanks to Alice’s structured exercises, facilitative discussion and encouragement I’ve made the first tentative steps towards achieving this goal. However, I didn’t expect the bonus extras which I think may be unique to Alice’s coaching style, providing insights on what has blocked me in the past, the behaviours and attitudes that may have held me back, plus practical guidance for tackling these unhelpful traits in future, equipping me to be my own mini-life coach! I have already recommended Alice to several friends, and I look forward to working with her again.