A little bit about BIG
BIG Life Coaching was established in 2012 and the services on offer include workshops, talks and one-to-one sessions for individuals and businesses. BIG offers coaching, mindfulness, mentoring and resilience building.
Claire is a fully qualified life and youth coach. Her qualifications include an NCFE accredited Life Coaching Diploma, a Diploma in Psychology, and a Youth Impact Coaching Diploma from The Coaching Academy. She is also trained to deliver the Penn Resilience Curriculum, a programme designed to help young people develop coping strategies and build their emotional resilience.
Claire is remarried with three children, two step-children and two dogs. She lives and works in North Norfolk. In addition to running a successful business, enjoying a busy, exciting, and sometimes challenging lifestyle, Claire believes in ‘walking her talk’. Her personal challenges have included a one mile open-water swim and the 26 mile London Moonwalk, raising money for charity as well as getting out of her comfort zone.
Get in touch to find out more, or try one of our 1/2 price introductory sessions for individuals.
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What can Life Coaching do for you?
"My experience over the years has shown me that the right support and help can put people in a stronger, more positive position. Working as a life coach is inspirational. It is an incredible experience to support someone in their own journey of discovery and success"
Why do people like BIG?
Clients contact BIG to help with life changes. Perhaps you're looking to change or develop your career, create a better social life or increase your circle of friends. Maybe you are looking for a new relationship, or want to improve the one you are in. Or do you just want to get unstuck, unwind and re-group and move away from anxiety and stress and towards something more positive and exciting.
Whether the change you are seeking is large or small, working with a professional, receiving tailored support, can get you there much quicker than working alone.
What do you want to grow?
Coaching can help you overcome barriers to attaining that dream job. You can explore and plan your career development, uncover strategies on how to advance and map out a clear path forward.
Coaching can help you to identify problems with your personal or professional relationships. We'll talk through ideas that will allow your relationships to grow and flourish. I'll encourage you to challenge some of your self-limiting beliefs and go after the relationship you desire.
You cannot become confident without doing things that develop your confidence. Claire has worked with many clients, improving their self-esteem and confidence by exploring personal values and questioning beliefs. Clients are supported in stepping out of their comfort zone and taking on new challenges.
"I believe that in order to feel happier, more motivated and become successful we need to ensure that there is balance and harmony in our lives"
Personal development really means being a better you. Coaching allows you the time and space to examine what is working in your life and what is not. A great coach helps you to set goals that stretch you, find ways to get ‘unstuck’ from your current situation and grow and develop. Coaching often acts as an intervention, encouraging you to challenge your inner conversation and learn new, healthy thinking habits.
Fun, social life, hobbies, personal passions – all key ingredients of a fulfilling, exciting and purposeful life. Sometimes people need to uncover just what it is that they need to put into their lives, sometimes it is about finding the time, energy and commitment to making it happen. Coaching helps you to explore ways to get excited about your life.
How effective are you with your time? Is your life balanced? Are you happy with the amount of time and energy you give to all the various areas of your life? For most people the answer is a resounding “no!” It can be tricky balancing the demands of parenthood and career, of breadwinner and lover, of carer and friend. It can be even trickier carving out some ‘me’ time.