Why email coaching?
Well, there are a number of reasons but the main one is that email coaching is perfect for writers!
For a start, it gets you writing again, even if all you write are your email responses and questions.
(It’s always a joy to see how my clients really find their voice as the email correspondence begins to flow.)
It’s also been proven that writing can be a form of therapy that helps us access different parts of the brain.
This process can be especially therapeutic and inspiring for writers.
Email coaching is also convenient and comprehensive – you can email at any time, whenever you get a few moments to yourself, or whenever you are feeling the need for support, guidance, encouragement or inspiration.
Just expressing what you need can be a helpful process in itself.
Email coaching is also a soul-soothing alternative for more introverted writers.
It’s a great tool for writers who aren’t comfortable or drawn to in-person coaching or over the phone formats.
If, like me, you feel you write better than you speak – email coaching can be a powerful and enjoyable support system for you and your writing.
(Enjoying the process is a major theme of all creativity coaching work.)
If email coaching sounds like a joyful way to support your writing, I’ve written more about the many benefits here:
The future of coaching
I hope I have inspired you to take a closer look at the wonderful world of email coaching.
As such a freedom-friendly and accessible format, I believe it has a very bright future in the coaching industry, for many great reasons. (See benefits below.)
So, if you’d like to see if email coaching could be the kind of support service you need to enjoy more progress with your creative visions and goals, you can find out more about my current online coaching programmes here.
You may also like to see how I integrate email coaching into many of my Hybrid Coaching Courses.
Or if you have any questions, please feel free to get in touch – I’m always more than happy to share more insights and info on my pet topic. 🙂
Encouraging, non-judgemental, her (virtual) presence, via e-mail, helped me turn vague musings into written word.
Her suggestions were kind, calm, helpful.
Unlike school mistresses from my childhood, she made me feel that, what I had to say was worth saying and she seemed genuinely interested in my writings.
Danielle helped me stop assuming that writing had to be hard work, that I had to strain every sinew to produce something worth reading.
She has given me the confidence to write again.
It has brought me more energy, more confidence to really keep going, to keep moving toward my goals, toward my vision, toward my dreams.