Know your worth™
Zestfulness is energy, enthusiasm and empowerment. It is motivation, all the superfoods and the super ingredients to help you achieve your goals. Occasionally a helping hand is needed and Zestfulness coaching sessions can make a difference. The Zestfulness mantra is “know your worth”. To believe in your self is the first step to achievement. Take it, and the Zest follows.
The aim of Zestfulness coaching sessions, created by Natali Cohen, is to help a client to overcome their barriers in order to reach their full potential. Zestfulness uses unique techniques that allow each client to explore and realise their goals without being daunted by the process.
A Zestfulness session empowers the client and encourages client's to put strategies in place to achieve things that they didn’t believe they’re capable of. Each session will be carefully tailored solely to the client's specific needs meaning that no two sessions are ever the same.
Zestfulness Coaching is recommended by medical practitioners.
Effective Coaching Sessions
The essence of Zestfulness is to facilitate self-growth by helping individuals identify their core challenges in life, and overcome them with confidence. You will be given a personalised plan and provide you with all the tools you’ll need to succeed, after all "Zestfulness is finding your inner zing"
Your First Zestfulness Session
A one-on-one 'state of play' analysis: where you are versus where you want to be.
Three Session Package
Over three one-on-one sessions, you will find out where you are and where you want to go, as well as how to get there by using the three pillars of Zestfulness: Energy, Enthusiasm and Empowerment.
Six Session Package
Learning to build with the three pillars of Zestfulness. This larger package of one-on-ones provides a little longer for the foundations to solidify.
Corporate Culture Strategy Package
This package is designed to help your Company pinpoint the change or changes needed and the strategic measures that will make a difference.
Prices on request
Clients have reported transformation in as little as three sessions.