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Are you feeling stuck in a cycle of stress and frustration or repeating the same patterns year after year? Do you find yourself longing for a change, a way to navigate the demands of school more successfully? If so, Executive Function coaching might be the answer. Before diving in, there are some important questions to consider.

Is coaching right for you?

First and foremost, it’s essential to assess whether Executive Function coaching aligns with your needs and goals. Are you ready to embrace change and explore new strategies for managing your time and responsibilities? Are you committed to improving your executive function skills, not only to excel academically, but also to improve various aspects of your life?

Do you want change?

Change can be intimidating, but it’s often necessary for growth and personal development. Are you tired of feeling overwhelmed and stressed out by the demands of school? Are you ready to break free from unhealthy patterns and create a more balanced life for yourself?

Are you ready to learn?

Executive Function coaching is all about learning new skills and strategies to help you succeed in school and beyond. Are you open to trying new things, even if it requires stepping outside of your comfort zone? Are you ready to take the time and put in the effort needed to master these techniques?

Are you willing to work for it?

Change doesn’t happen overnight. It can be hard but so worth it when you achieve your goals. Improving your executive function skills requires dedication and perseverance. Are you prepared to put in the work, even when it feels challenging? Are you willing to prioritize your growth and development, even when life gets busy?

What do you think? 

If you answered “YES” to these questions, then Executive Function coaching could be the spark needed to ignite a positive change in your life. It’s okay to acknowledge your readiness for change and embrace the chance to learn and grow. And if you’re not quite there yet, that’s okay too. Being honest with yourself is essential!

Whether you choose to pursue executive function coaching or not, I wish you all the best in finding balance and fostering connection on your journey ahead. You have the power to create the life you desire. I’m here to support you every step of the way.

Check out this quick video that breaks down Executive Functions—the skills we need to tackle life’s daily twists and turns. It shows how these skills grow from childhood into adulthood and what can either hold them back or give them a boost.

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Erin Upchurch

As a professional executive function coach, I prioritize maintaining a positive outlook, building strong relationships with my students, and providing unwavering support to parents.