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Coaching - professional support for your next steps

Coaching starts where useful tips end: coaching is about “you” instead of “a general case”. It considers your complex life situation, not just one issue, and it helps you create your own unique solutions.

Coaching starts where useful tips end: coaching is about “you” instead of “a general case”. It considers your complex life situation, not just one issue. Instead of telling you what to do and “what for many people should work”, it will help you create your own unique solutions.

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