3. Meaning-Making Coaching
When a person decides to create something they are experiencing a meaning shift. They are intent on finding meaning and purpose through the creating of something. The making of meaning has to do with asking big questions about the purpose of existence.
Another term for the process of meaning-making is related to existential coaching. It has to do with asking questions of ‘why am I here?’ and ‘what is my purpose in life?’ and ‘what do I want to create?’ and essentially of ‘what do I want to become?’ By pondering these questions a sense of direction and control over one’s destiny can occur.
By focusing on meaning-making coaching, the person experiences a sense of freedom due to having more options, because of finding a larger sense of purpose. They may even feel a sense of responsibility to fulfill that purpose with courage that feels mission-like.
One of the key factors that meaning-making coaching with Shaqe provides a new sense of engagement. This includes a deeper engagement in life, with others, and in work. As a result life feels more authentic and focused.