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Mississauga, Ontario – The old mentality of reaching a certain age or accumulating a certain amount of money in order to retire is quickly changing. For many Baby Boomers retirement is something to fear. Where will they continue to find joy and purpose in their life?
“Clients often come to me with the belief that they’ve reached the end of the line,” says life coach Iris Hainstock. “What if that wasn’t true? What if we could pull all your strengths from your experience and apply them to a new job or even a new business?”
Hainstock is the founder of Boundless Horizons Coaching, a retirement, re-career and life transition coaching company dedicated to helping baby boomers create their ideal retirement or find a new career doing something they love.
“When someone wakes up in the morning, they want to feel that they have a purpose, but many people are only skimming the surface of their lives,” says Hainstock. “I ask the powerful questions to draw from you your strength and your deeper wisdom.”
In session, Hainstock employs a tool developed by renowned adult behaviorist Dr. Richard P. Johnson that evaluates your attitude and behavior to deliver an assessment that’s both personal and relevant.
“It’s about finding what really engages them and what their values are,” says Hainstock. “Are they living their life according to their values or are they living their life against their values?”
The real coaching, however, happens between sessions when the client takes their thoughts, ideas, strengths and plans and puts them it to action.
“Success is so different for each client, like a fingerprint,” says Hainstock. “I don’t define success for my clients. My clients will define success for themselves.”
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