Coaching is an inner journey.

It can be like a mountain trek, like a parachute jump or a scuba diving.
In this case, the coach will be your map, your parachute or a diving guide.
It is taking responsibility and giving freedom.
It is safer to go on a journey with a supportive company.

What coaching is NOT?

I used to think that coaching was a propaganda of success in a suit. “Create of the best version of yourself” is not my story. Exaggerated spirituality is not my thing either – that now I will make affirmations  and the whole universe will shower me with money. Many people also belive  that coaching is a therapy. But it’s not.

So, what IS coaching?

For me, coaching is looking at the person as a whole. We have our mind, heart, body and soul and all these parts are equally important. One needs logic, being rational and organized but also intuition, creativity, spontaneity and joy. And to feel your body, to be fit  and well-being is important too.

We have different roles in our life – private, professional, as a parent, child or partner. In my opinion, coaching is about finding a balance between these elements and roles.


Coaching is a relationship that develops and highlights your strengths. Coaching is about overcoming difficulties. It is supporting you on the way to the goal that you choose. Coaching gives real and measurable improvement in life, relationships, and also at work.


According to ICF  (International Coach Federation) “ ICF defines coaching as partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential. The process of coaching often unlocks previously untapped sources of imagination, productivity and leadership.

We all have goals we want to reach, challenges we’re striving to overcome and times when we feel stuck. Partnering with a coach can change your life, setting you on a path to greater personal and professional fulfillment.”

At my work I follow the ICF coach’s code of ethics and my work is under supervision.

About what?

There are no bad topics. The issues I meet mostly are:

• professional: relations with the boss, colleagues, career path, professional burnout, time organization;

personal: self-care, acceptance, own needs, self-esteem;

relationships: with partner, with children, with relatives;


If any of the topics resonates with you
write here or call me (phone or What’s App) +48 502 061 685.