My Coaching Services
The service categories below are a sampling of available offerings.
Having An Active Vision
Setting Boundaries & Mindfulness
Effective Goal Setting
Defining Kingdom Identity
Critical Thinking Skills
Implementing Core Values
How Do I Know If I Need a Life Coach?
What is a Life Coach?
Life coaching is a systematic partnership designed to help you develop confidence or increase your motivation to achieve a goal or change a behavior. More than an accountability partner, the coach will help you brainstorm action plans for achievement and offer strategies, tools, and insights that lead to success.
How Do I Know if Life Coaching Is Right for Me?
Do You Only Work With Established Companies?
Do You Offer Ongoing Consulting Services?
Do I Have to Be a Christian to Obtain Your Coaching Services?
About Helen Wray
human potential strategist
Learn how to apply biblically-based tools and strategies to your life and business, fulfill your Kingdom assignment to serve and enjoy the abundant life Jesus Christ died to give! Click the button below to learn more about me.
My staff struggled with knowing they had good things to bring to my agency. You showed us why we struggled in certain areas and initiated the breakthrough for my staff to move forward, not just on the job, but in their personal lives, as well. As a result, my mom who worked for me at the time, was emotionally and spiritually healed from things in her past. She went on to write a book. Another staff member turned her side business into a full-time career and is planning a move out of the country to seek greater purpose and I was able to recognize the greater call on my life.
You talked about the call of God on our lives and how we must operate like children of the Most High. This helped me realize my worth and how important I am to the Kingdom of God. You allowed me to express myself via poetry and challenged me to reach for higher goals. As a result, I’ve progressed in my business, poetry and personal life.
When just starting our women’s mentoring program, we needed sound foundational teaching on identity so the women could identify who they were and their value. You helped the women understand their identity in Christ and the importance of knowing who they are. We were able to assess and get a baseline for those entering into the program. They were given tools and exercises to make them aware of areas where their identity was lost. As a result, there has been growth and identification of who or what they may be purposed to do. They gained skills and confidence in themselves.