Paradigm Coaching programs are process-oriented coaching experiences designed to help you get the results you are looking for in your life or in your career.


The coaching process begins with an in-depth conversation about what you are hoping to accomplish.  From there, specific recommendations will be given to which program is the best fit for you and your goals.



Regardless of where you are on your career path, career coaching can assist you in; clarifying your career values, identifying your strengths, exploring potential career fields, and supporting you in a career transition.


Paradigm Coaching's customized career coaching process ensures that you get the support you need whether you're happy with your current career and are looking to move up, or are miserable in your current job and looking for a better career fit.


Sometimes we all need an advocate in our corner who can help us push past our perceived limitations.   Whether you have a big goal you're working on or you just simply want more fulfillment in your day to day life, life coaching can help you clarify what's important and create a plan to prioritize them.

Paradigm Coaching's life coaching program helps you examine the different areas of your life and prioritize goals that will make you happier and more fulfilled.


The International Coaching Federation (ICF) defines coaching as "the partnering of a coach and client in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires the client to maximize their personal and professional potential."


All this is to say is that a coach is someone who is there to help you make important transformations in your life.  Whether you are looking to make a major change in your career, get healthier, decrease debt, or improve your personal relationships, a coach ensures you're not navigating changes on your own.


The Benefits of having a coach can include:

  • Clarifying your priorities in life
  • Reflecting upon your self-development needs
  • Planning and working towards an important goal
  • Supporting you and holding you accountable
  • And celebrating your wins.

How Coaching Works

If you've never worked with a coach before, let's take a couple of moments to talk about how a coach might differ between a Mentor or Counselor.



Counselors typically work with clients to help them work through issues in their lives.  Issues often include things like; going through a divorce, going through the grieving process after losing a loved one, or dealing with mental health conditions like depression or anxiety.  This is for sure not an exhaustive list of what a counselor can do, but it provides you with enough to hopefully make a distinction.


Consultants or Mentors: 

Mentors are typically experts in their field that you may hire to help you solve a particular problem.  When you are hiring them, you are expecting them to provide you with information and best practices. When you hire a consultant or mentor, you are hiring them to solve the problem for you.



Coaches are professionals that are hired to help you grow and develop.  Unlike a counselor, coaches typically work with people on developing strengths, solving problems, and clarifying goals.  Unlike a mentor, a coach sees you as the expert in your own life or career and focuses on helping you by asking questions and allowing you to reflect on the coaching topic. Often, you are the best person to solve your own problem and with a little coaching, can come up with the best solution.