What is business coaching?
Business coaching is used to move your business or career ahead in whatever capacity you feel necessary. It could mean making more money, working fewer hours, taking your business or career to the next level, or simply getting the spring back in your step when you think about work. I have a lot of experience in coaching individuals with a wide variety of work-related goals. Remember, I’ve been coaching small business owners since 2000!
Are personal issues addressed in business coaching?
If you want to discuss personal issues, we absolutely can. Either way, an individual’s work and personal life are intertwined. As one is strengthened, so is the other.
What makes me different from other business coaches?
In addition to being a successful entrepreneur myself since 1987, I’m also trained in both psychotherapy and coaching. My own entrepreneurial experience, coach training, and training in the behavioral sciences make me uniquely qualified to help you move through any roadblocks you may encounter along the way.
How long does coaching last?
It’s totally up to you. I ask for a minimum 3-month commitment so you can begin to see results, but don’t require it. I suggest staying as long as the coaching relationship is working for you and your business.
How much does coaching cost?
Cost varies according to the coaching location, frequency, and length of sessions. I coach clients either in my office or on the phone, depending on their preference. Contact Terri to ask any questions or request a 20-minute free consultation to see if coaching is right for you.
“Working with Terri was a great experience and I will do it again if I need her in the future. I highly recommend working with her!”
Mike K., Website Developer
Is coaching the same as therapy?
No. Coaching takes you from your where you are now toward your vision of the future. Psychotherapy explores past events which continue to have an impact on the present. Both result in personal growth.
How do I know if I need therapy or business coaching?
If you want to make changes in your work life, then business coaching is your best route. If you’re feeling particularly anxious or depressed, or if the problem is recurring, then psychotherapy might be more appropriate. Every individual is different, so don’t hesitate to contact Terri to discuss what might be best for you or go to www.territherapy.com to help you decide.