What if, for the first time in your life, you know where you’re going. Even though you don’t know how exactly, you feel confident and at ease that you will get there?
Hi there, I'm Ling Abson. I am a coach who specializes in helping overwhelmed but driven women achieve their dreams.
I believe you have a gift that can impact the world, in a way that's uniquely you.
I believe everyone needs someone on their side.
Someone who believes in you. Someone who reminds you of your powers when the journey gets tough. You could go at it alone and figure things out on your own. But wouldn’t it be much easier and quicker when you have 100% support on your side?
How did I get here?
For years, I’ve heard of the profession of life or business coaches but the thought of becoming one never crossed my mind. Until a year ago, a friend asked a group of us, “If you never had to worry about money again, what would you do with your life?” I never quite got my chance to speak up but I remembered clearly these words appearing in my mind “I would love to help people by being a life coach.”
Fast forward a year, many things had happened. A dream job appeared where it would require me to coach in a one on one as well as a group setting daily. I then decided to enrol in a coaching school. Before graduating, I was already coaching clients during my spare hours.
Amazing things happen when you get clear on what you want.
I remember when I was 15 years old, on the good old phone (with cords, mine you) I was frequently “coaching” my classmates on their homework and helping them be more engaged with school. Even though we would talk through the night, I’d loved every moment of it.
I’ve only realize recently that I’ve always been meant to coach. I just didn’t know it was called coaching.
My Big Why
Growing up, I believed that I was meant to do be something more. Not just to find a good job after I graduate university but I firmly believe that we can all find work that aligns with our passion + gifts but also pay the bills.
But for years, I didn't know what that was. It wasn't until I seek out mentors and coaches who believed in me that I believed myself enough to apply for my dream job and got my dream job. That same self-belief also led me to be trained as a life coach.
For the first time, I'm living a life on purpose. I know what I want and even though it's not clear every step of the way, I know I will be able to figure it out.
This freeing feeling of confidence and an inner knowing that everything will be okay, is what I wish to impart all my clients. For I know for sure, whatever you've imagined, it's possible for you too.
I used to be very afraid to take a step towards my dream before seeing the whole path. I needed to know that the path I have chosen is a guaranteed success. So, I would spend years procrastinating, paralyzed by inaction and overwhelmed because of this huge fear of failure.
You might feel really stuck right now and probably also feel like quitting. Imagine being able to quiet that inner critic and for once, take a bold step towards your dreams.
What would happen? How would your life change?
Everyone has self-doubt and fears. Yes, even the successful, influential people. The difference is the successful people know how to reframe those fears so that it drives them, instead of stopping them.
You need a coach who can support you and cheer you on but not let you get away when you try to sabotage your progress due to fears. Best of all, having a coach will shave the years you would have taken to do this on your own.
Here's your next step...
If what I've shared resonates with you, you can:
- contact me with your questions or
- fill in a questionnaire (so I know best how to serve you in that short period of time) and schedule a complimentary consult (no hard selling during this call because I hate it when people do that to me and that's not how I work).
Follow your curiosity. Most of all, follow your intuition.
Even if you don't follow through a coaching series with me, you might gain an insight or our conversation might spark an idea for you and that would have been worth it.