By Dominika Miernik (Poland)
What does success mean to you? How do you imagine yourself as a successful person?
For most of us success means to accomplish something, realise our dreams, be rich, have a recognition in our field, feel that we are on the right path, have a successful business or a career.
Whatever success means to you and how it looks, you need to know how to reach it, have a plan and tools which will help you on your journey. When you are thinking about a person who succeeds in their life, for example your role model, sometimes you ask yourself How did they do that? What can I learn from them?
You can learn a lot but the most important thing is that you have all your tools and answers inside you. The question is how to work them out. Life coaching is one of the most powerful tools that can help uncover your potential, achieve your successful goals and accelerate your success and fulfilment.
Source: iCN Issue 3 (Life Coaching); pages 37-38
About Dominika Miernik
For several years Dominika Miernik, have been interested in the professional and personal development. She conducts coaching sessions for clients and organizations. She specializes in issues associated with career coaching and intercultural coaching. Her passion is helping people to discover their dreamiest career path and adapt to the new country. Her aim is to improve the quality of life and satisfaction with their profession.
Dominika is a certified coach by The Coaching Academy in the UK, one of the largest coaching schools in Europe.
She have many years of experience in positions related to recruitment, counselling, and customer service, gained on the international labour market, mainly in Italy and the UK. She graduated from the University of Rome, Universita ‘di Roma “La Sapeinza”, specializing in communication and organization psychology, she also graduated from the Italian school of HR Value (Human Resources). She is a trainer of American Richard Bolles’ Counselling Programme, “Parachute”, that teaches effective methods of job searching, examines training capacity, and shows how to prepare for an interview. She believes that her professional experience and psychological training are essential to effective customer support.