You don’t know what you don’t know
Another way to look at not knowing what you don’t know is to call them blind spots. We’ve all got blind spots and blind spots are okay just as long as they don’t get in the way of us reaching our goals or highest potential.
As a coach who has worked with people for over 25 years, I assist my clients identify their blind spots. I accomplish this through helping them uncover what limiting beliefs that they have about themselves, and how those limiting beliefs get in the way from living life to the fullest.
All too often though, the only way that we find out about our blind spots is through conflict, strife and turmoil. Consistently, those who come to see me want to have a better understanding as to why they tend to make counter-productive decisions or poor choices.
With Luc, I finally have the clarity of why I’ve made decisions or directions I’ve gone or not gone, choices I’ve decide not to make that I should have made, I have al lot more self reliance now.”
Luc helped me realize that I’m not a victim and that I do have power in situations and that I learned that I do have way more control then I think it’s the control to speak my mind.”
Luc helped me find out who I am and how to go forward and think clearly and discover what my purpose is. He taught me how to see the good in me, that I deserve to be happy.”