top of page


Frequently Asked Questions

  • What is the difference between coaching and consulting?
    Coaching services and consulting services are two very different things. While both aim to help their clients achieve a certain outcome, they use different methods to achieve that goal. Coaching services are designed to help and guide their clients to find the right solutions/answers for themselves. They are more collaborative and relational in nature. The coach helps the client find answers and alternatives, but ultimately, it's up to them to decide how to proceed. Consulting services, on the other hand, provide instruction on how to solve problems. They are more of a one-way street approach where the consultant assesses the problem/issue and provides the client a plan of action to address it.
  • What’s the difference between wellness and well-being?
    Wellness and well-being are related like siblings but different. Wellness is action-oriented and consist of habits and behaviors from a holistic perspective that helps you to live a healthy and mindful lifestyle. It is a pathway to well-being. Well-being is a multi-dimensional state of mind relating to how you perceive your life. It’s not just about the pursuit of happiness. It encompasses your self-awareness, self-management, and your ability to cope with and respond to normal stresses of life.
  • What’s the difference between a Wellness Coach and a Personal Trainer?
    Wellness Coaches and Personal Trainers both work to help clients reach their health and wellness goals. But they do it in different ways. A wellness coach focuses on the holistic approach to health and wellness. They will help you develop an action plan to reach your goals and keep you stay accountable to it. A wellness coach teaches their clients to have a positive mindset focused on healthy lifestyle habits and strategies, which is essential for sustaining long-term transformational results. A personal trainer will help you develop an effective exercise and nutrition plan geared towards your specific goals; ensuring that it fits your lifestyle and schedule. They will also show you how to train safely, avoiding injuries at all costs so you can see results.
  • What is DISC?
    It is a practical and easy to remember model that focuses on individual patterns of observable behavior and emotions. It measures the intensity of characteristics using by scales of directness, openness, pace, and priority to create a unique blend of four behavioral styles: Dominance, Influence, Steadiness, and Conscientiousness.
  • How can a DISC assessment help me personally?
    It will help you to gain self-awareness and understanding of your personal behavior patterns, communication style and tendencies and others so that you can better manage your delivery and responses to others.
  • How can DISC assessments help my team?
    It helps the team have a better understanding of how they interact with others in the workplace. It helps them learn how to communicate more effectively with each other by identifying their own behavioral style as well as the styles of others. It helps to build stronger cohesive teams and cultivates an environment where everyone feels valued. It offers leadership development training to help managers spot observable behaviors in their staff so they can adapt their leadership style to suit employees’ needs and optimize productivity.
  • What’s is the difference between your Natural and Adaptive patterns in DISC?
    Your Natural behavior pattern refers to your “Inner” self - how you naturally respond typically under stressful situations. It is your comfort zone. Your Adaptive behavior pattern refers to your “Visible” self – how we want people to see us. It’s how we typically socialize with others.
bottom of page