Performance and Business Coaching for Translators and Interpreters
Would you like to beat procrastination, improve your self-confidence and grow your translation business more efficiently?
Would you like to do this without feeling stressed, overwhelmed or isolated?
You may have studied for a translation diploma, read books on how to become a successful translator and/or subscribed to a number of specialised blogs. You may even have attended courses and webinars to learn how to set up your business, market yourself efficiently and make the most of networking opportunities. You’ve found these resources extremely useful, but you’re now having difficulties doing the things you said you were going to do.
You’re not alone. In a survey I carried out at the start of 2015, the majority of the translators I interviewed told me that although they had access to a wealth of information, they lacked the time, the confidence or the self-discipline to put the theory into practice.
The reason why this can happen to many of us is that courses, books and blogs tend to offer general advice, without taking into account your personal situation, such as your commitments, your values and your needs. While most of them will provide excellent tips on how to do things, they won’t necessarily help you overcome your personal obstacles and time constraints.
Imagine if you could find creative ways to overcome challenges and move forward.
Imagine if you could do it with the support of a qualified coach who has herself over 15 years of experience in the field of translation.
As a qualified translator and personal & business coach, I’ve created Coaching For Translators to help you develop the right mindset to move forward and grow, both with your translation business and with your life in general. I offer one-on-one coaching sessions on Skype or over the phone to help you overcome your obstacles and achieve your full potential. For more details, please click here.
If you’re not sure about coaching, but you’re interested in personal and professional development, I’ll be posting regular links and updates on my blog, on Facebook and on Twitter. Simply click on the buttons on the right to follow me.
I look forward to hearing from you!