Self–coaching might be a long or a short-term process depending of your goal or goals. However, the emphasis is not just on the process but what you do with the information you gain. Self-knowledge is great, but it’s what you do with the information that makes the real difference.
Making changes can be challenging and some people engage with self-inquiry but do nothing with the information, which perpetuates the cycle and patterns that they know are there, and ideally would like to move beyond. Hopefully, the following ideas will help you utilise what you learn through your self –coaching journey.
Do the coaching everyday: self-coaching doesn’t need to be a difficult and time-consuming task. There are a range of tools and resource that you can use along the way or you can focus on just a few crucial questions. Recording your answers and discoveries as mentioned earlier is important, even if you only do this once in a while.