Evidence Based Coaching Psychology to Recharge, Renew and Remember

“I met Joy through CTRT training and was immediately struck by her vibrant energy. She is a compassionate person with a quick mind, and I found her coaching to be skillful and intuitive.

As a practitioner in emotional healing I’m usually on the giving end, so it was wonderful to be on the receiving end for a change!

If you ever need coaching, I would recommend you see her: not only will she help sort you out, she will be your cheerleader every step of the way!”
– Rimi Yoshida

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As a life coach, I use NLP and CTRT as my main modalities.

My basis is evidence based coaching psychology using

“…the conscientious, explicit, and judicious use of current best evidence in making decisions about the care of the individual client.”

– David Sackett MD (1994)

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However ….

Because of my background in various art forms, whenever relevant and with the permission of the client, I can also offer creative methodologies (such as movement, make up and photography) to work on women’s self confidence and specific challenge areas.

This way women can benefit from my experience as a model, dancer, dance coach, make up artiste and photographer to work on their desired outcomes.

I believe that coaching should be fun and productive at the same time. I had personally benefited from these therapies methods I applied on myself as a 16 year old lost girl looking to build her low self esteem. You can read about my story here.

Hence, I can safely say that these are methods worth exploring if you are seeking to enhance your self confidence or your concept of being a woman.

Hear what some of the goddesses have to say about my creative methodologies.

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– My dearest friend, thank you for making me into a beautiful phoenix when I most needed a change. You are one of the most amazing woman I know who would want to make another woman feel empowered and beautiful regardless of age or size.

– Charlotte Lee

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– I have done several bodypaint shoots with Joy and each time, she demonstrates a fresh streak of artistry and executes her make-up, body paint and hair styling competently. Every shoot stands out without fail, and they are never repeated.

More importantly, Joy goes beyond just work; she creates strong relationships with others and builds up other ladies’ confidence with her positivism and encouragement. It is always an excitement to work with her.

– Erica

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– Joy is my amazing make up artiste and my photographer for various photo-shoots for different themes. She does great work editing my photos and she sends them to me on time.

Highly recommended. She is patient, diligent and knows her work well.

Also, I have received many compliments on my hair and makeup from the shoots I have done with her.

– Miri Yeo

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– Joy has wonderful make up skills. I was very comfortable during the whole duration when she did my make up. She was astute in the selection of colours and shades for me, from the foundation to the eye shadow colours. I had a most radiant appearance by the time she was done with me. It was delightful to look at myself in the mirror. I was so thrilled. I am appreciative of her superb make up skills. Thank you Joy!

– Miho
15 Feb 2015

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– Joy is an excellent makeup artist and photographer. She will always discuss with me beforehand on the type of makeup and hairstyle for the shoots. Also, she has a good artistic sense. I especially love her choice of eye and lip colour. She uses colour that I will normally not apply but the effect always turned out wonderful.

Be warned though, she always have an intense expression on her face during photoshoots but if you get over it you are guaranteed to have a lot of fun with her.

– Kyoko

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– Joy, is different from the rest. It’s not just because she performs great makeup. It’s because she has helped me to build my confidence. She brings out the unexplored outer beauty in me and urges me to find the inner beauty by myself.
– Christine

August 2012

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– ‘It was a pleasure working with Joy. I loved the make up she did on me and the photoshoot process. What I love most was the creative way she attempted to experiment with different hair styles and accessories.

Also, I felt very comfortable because she was very patient with me being quite clueless as a new model, providing me with constant guidance and direction.

– Catherine Lim

Apr 2013

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Immortalising the Goddess within,

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‘I will not retire while I’ve still got my legs and my make-up box.’

– Bette Davis

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What it’s like to be coached by Joy

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“I met Joy through CTRT training and was immediately struck by her vibrant energy. She is a compassionate person with a quick mind, and I found her coaching to be skillful and intuitive.

As a practitioner in emotional healing I’m usually on the giving end, so it was wonderful to be on the receiving end for a change!

If you ever need coaching, I would recommend you see her: not only will she help sort you out, she will be your cheerleader every step of the way!”
– Rimi Yoshida

11 March 2016

Here’s to your elevation!

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Your Transformational Coach,

Joy Leng

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Greetings from Joylight!

#Dare2Dress

7 – 11 March 2016

Dare to dress like your hero and change someone’s life forever!

The #Dare2Dress 2016 campaign is the ultimate fund-raiser to help unemployed women find confidence and work that will build a future for themselves and their families. Join in the challenge by dressing up as your hero/heroine at work, school, or play and ask your supporters to donate to our cause.

In conjunction with International Women’s Day, #Dare2Dress 2016 challenges you to step out of your comfort zone to demonstrate the courage that disadvantaged women need, to overcome barriers to economic independence. Your participation and donations will go to Image Mission Ltd to run the Dress for Success Singapore programme.

We want to demonstrate the courage that women in Singapore need to overcome their disadvantage when stepping out into the working world.  #Dare2Dress is a fun way to do this, so we can achieve the following objectives:

  • To recognize and instill the courage that disadvantaged women need to overcome barriers to achieve economic independence.

  • To engage all sectors in the community to support our cause – everyone can participate.

  • To promote the spirit of giving (in time, money or in-kind)

Be-bold

Take up the challenge to dress like your ‘hero’ and register online. Donors select who they support by donating to our charity.

Participate as an individual or team (more fun this way!) and dress in your hero’s outfit for a specified time, eg. at work, lunch time, or dining out.

Participants register their ‘dare’ on any day between 7 to 11 March 2016 to make their grand entrance. Your supporters (who dare not) will donate to see you take up the challenge on that day. Share your posts and photos on our Facebook and Instagram with the hashtag #dare2dressSG.

#Dare2Dress is open to everyone and you may hold your private #Dare2Dress event to increase support and donations to our charity. We just ask that you observe the local laws on holding any public gathering (police permits may apply), and dressing decorum.*

How to participate

“I would like to dress up as my hero and help raise funds as part of #Dare2Dress!”

“I would like to show my support to an individual/team who dared to the #Dare2Dress challenge by sponsoring them!”

“I would like to donate directly to Image Mission and help disadvantaged women overcome their barriers to economic independence!”

 

Register a Challenge

1. Sign up for an account at Giving.sg

To register for the challenge, you will have to sign up for an account at Giving.sg.

 Here for more information.
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Kickass Dancer – Life Coaching for Dancers

Greetings from Joylight!

That’s a picture of me in 2006 featured in The Star newspaper. This is one picture that fills me up with deep nostalgia.

Which dance picture do you have that makes you feel the same way?

The path of being a dancer and to take the courage to start one of the first pole dancing studio in Singapore was truly a transformational and painful journey.

Does that relate to your dance journey too?

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As a dancer, when you read my life story, I think you have a pretty good idea what I went through because you are going through similar or perhaps even more challenging times.

As a business studies student, my classmates look at me weird. No one wants to team up with a dancer who constantly miss classes to go for auditions as their project mate. My family was far from thrilled at what I choose to do. Accordingly, I was meant to work in a bank or work in a ‘proper’ job. Sounds familiar?

I never had the privilege of doing ballet as a child. I was constantly tortured by the better, stronger dancers who could do triple pirouettes or spectacular somersaults without missing a heartbeat. Ever met one of those? 😉

The loneliness, the physical pain, the mental talk, the uncertainty were excruciating. Often, despair was my constant companion.

Have you ever felt the same way?

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Starting SensUal Joy, a pole dancing studio in Singapore at a time when exotic dance was not even heard of except in the movies was one of the craziest stunt I have ever done in my life. I broke up with my then boyfriend in order to pursue my dream of owning a dance studio. That was how badly I wanted to continue dancing and to pass it on.

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But I wanted so much to share what I love with the locals and to empower women like Rachel to own their sensuality. I wanted women a safe and sacred environment where they can come together and celebrate their natural birthright. To the extent that I even started various blogs to share and to educate.

 

The media exposure was great but we had to struggle with some of the reporters who will misconstrue what I was saying. Given that we are talking about exotic dancing and pole dancing, you can imagine how much ‘fun’ it was for me whenever that happened and got printed and circulated! It was a constant uphill task.

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I get shocked expressions whenever people asked me what I do. Men come to the studio thinking that it’s a massage palour. I often sleep in the studio too exhausted to even go home after doing so many hours of teaching all by myself.

I get indecent propositions because of assumptions made about my character just because I own a pole dancing studio. Some months I could barely cover the cost of the rent for a studio in city area and I would crouch alone in a dark corner of SensUal Joy after my students have left and cry.

I was physically drained, mentally defeated. A completely crushed dancer.

Still, like you,

I refused to give up. I refused to give in.

This is what I love.

This is who I am.

I kept going for 7 good years through sheer mental willpower.

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So, … I know how isolating the journey can be to struggle with the challenges of being a dancer.

The acceptance from society is not always forthcoming. There is only so much you can share with your friends and even if they are also dancers, a sense of competition is sometimes there. And oh! the cruel thoughts that you have to keep wrestling with. The self limiting beliefs that constantly torture and cripple you.

Now, let’s do a reality check here…

  • How effective has it been to spend time and money, resisting food that you love and enduring the pain to mould the body that you want year after year and yet neglect to work on your mind?
  • How much more powerful you will be as a dancer if you also work on your mental resilience and truly live up to your fullest potential and all the dreams you have as a dancer?
  • How does all the mental trash that you have accumulate over the years stop you from the dancer that you are truly meant to be?
  • What would happen if you would spend some time to eliminate the dis-empowering thoughts you have at the same time that you are working on your physical body?
  • How much more can you do?
  • How much more can you be as a dancer?

NOW WHAT?

Enough with the less than empowered life, it is time to be the kickass dancer that you know you are.

STEP ONE –

Get my life coaching ebook for dancers – Kickass Dancer

and start demolishing the mental debris.

And stand a chance to WIN a coaching session with me.  🙂

STEP TWO –

Email me at me(at)joyleng.com.

Share with me

  • what you would like to see included in the ebook and
  • what has been the top three challenges for you as a dancer.

I’m here to support you. Talk to me!

Your input will help support and uplift fellow dancers.

STEP THREE

How much MORE can you achieve

if you were to commit yourself to a 12 sessions SKYPE coaching?

Everybody needs a listening ear.

Now imagine being coached by a dance soul who

  • has the SAME burning passion as you do for dancing,
  • is like your kindred spirit who has truly in her body, mind and spirit been through what you are going through now,
  • is fully equipped and qualified with the knowledge and skills and
  • whose sole desire is to support you and to guide you to shift to a higher version of yourself.

What kind of a dancer would you be 3 months from now?

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Kickass Dancing

That’s what you were born to do!

Work it baby! 😉

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Joylight 41 – Positive Addiction Chapter 1 (Book Review)

Greetings from Joylight!

Chapter 1 – When You Have It and When You Don’t

The first statement in this chapter states that very few of us realize how much we choose the misery in our lives. Even if we do, we go ahead with it because we lack the strength to make better choices. And when we give up, it is because we no longer have the strength to continue the struggle.

The usual definition of an addict is someone whose life is destroyed by heroin, alcohol, gambling, and often the lives of those around him are ruined too. However Dr Glasser believes that there are

positive addictions,

which are sharp contrasts from negative addictions, that strengthen us and make our lives more satisfying. They help us live with more confidence, more creativity, and more happiness, and usually to much better health.

As examples of what happens when we lack the strength to find the happiness we want, suicides, abortion and mercy killing happens.

The enjoyment of loving and being loved are not optional, they are the facts of life.

Everyone finds them through:

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(1) love – that is, through loving and being loved, and

(2) by doing something one believes is worthwhile.

Most of us spend our lives in a series of compromise between doing what we believe in and doing what will please those who are important to us. Happiness depends a great deal on gaining enough strength to live with a minimum of these compromises.

To find the happiness we all desire we have to figure out:

(1) what to do,

(2) how to do it, and

(3) where to get the strength to get it done where most of the challenges lie.

When we cannot admit to ourselves that we lack the strength, we tend to rationalize, to weep and wail about not know what or how to do it.

That’s when we are stuck and

we settle for less.

Weak people wallow in misery

(1) hoping that someone will feel sorry for them and solve their problems and

(2) because they believe that it hurts less this way.

Since the obvious purpose of pain, misery and suffering is to tell you that something is wrong,

fix it, change it, reform, improve, get help;

if you don’t have the strength to do it, you are stuck with the pain.

Strong people wait a lot; they have discovered that

time does heal many wounds.

It is here that most of us exist, strong enough to get along fairly well but not strong enough to live without a lot of unnecessary suffering.

1st choice of the weak – Giving Up

It is like living with a toothache with no money to see a dentist. They give up because at this miserable point in their life, happiness is not even on their minds.

All they want is relief from the constant misery of not having and of believing that they probably will never have what they need. They give up because it hurts more to keep trying when the effort always fails.

Their last concern is getting more, their first concern is hurting less. They may not be totally miserable but they are miserable enough and they want to hurt less.

While you may not give up completely, they are many times when, lacking strength, you settle for less or choose a symptom, e.g. headache. Just knowing that you choose much of your misery yourself will help you get to the idea that it may be worth trying to make a better choice.

Dr Glasser posits that

while it is the responsibility of strong people all over to work hard to make the world better,

until they do,

it remains the task of ALL of us, weak and strong,

to do the best we can for ourselves.

2nd choice of the weak – The Symptom Categories

When the first choice in dealing with life’s problems – to give up – is no longer satisfactory; the pain has returned and in a further attempt to reduce suffering one often choose the common second choices

to become depressed.

Regardless of what may have caused the depression, whoever’s fault it may be, what is real to the person is what he feels, and he hurts.

Dr Glasser believes that one won’t give up his depression because he believes, even though he isn’t aware of this belief, that if he drops his depression, he will hurt more than if he keeps it.

Depression allows one to rationalize the problem so that he doe not need to face his inadequacy because in his eyes, he isn’t inadequate, he is “sick”.

Depression is less painful than facing his inadequacy his giving up.

With the first choice, giving up, he relinquished responsibility, but with the second choice, depression he is shielded from his inadequacy and is in the position to turn to others.

He may even reject help because he worries that if he does accept help he may eventually have to help himself.

His depression is now the protector of his inadequacy.

His own feelings, as painful as they may be, have become his friend. He clings to depressions because now the depression substitutes the love and worth he is convinced the can no longer get in the real world.

(1) It rationalizes his quitting position and makes him more acceptable to himself.

(2) It puts him in a position to ask for help, to try to get someone to do for him what he hasn’t been able to do for himself.

THE SECOND CHOICES OF THE WEAK

The 4 Major Symptom Categories    Examples of Common Symptoms

1. To act out (seen most often in children)
Tantrums, delinquency, crime, sociopathic and psychopathic behavior

2. To become involved with your own emotions

Depressed, fearful, phobic, tense, anxious, sad, dejected, bitchy, griping, haughty, snide, angry, hysterical, suspicious

3. To become crazy

Psychotic, paranoid, hallucinating, delusional, conversion reaction

4. Psychosomatic

Headaches, neckaches, backaches, sinus trouble, migrane, hypertension, heart disease, asthma, many alleriges, duodenal ulcers, iletis, colitis, chronic diarrhea, urinary urgency, arthritis

We would have to have superhuman strength never to choose a symptom when we are temporarily frustrated or rejected, but the stronger we are the less we suffer from the choice.

1. Acting out
To be helped, first he must be stopped. Only then has he a chance to slow down and think seriously about how poor his choice to act out is, how it locks him away from love and worth.

Our advisors may stop our acting out, but if they don’t help us to learn how to find love and worth we are likely to choose another symptom category.

2. To become involved with your emotions
It is difficult for most psychiatrists that accept that depression is a choice.

Depression, as well as acting out, happens to most of us for brief periods when we lack love and worth.

Emotions are chosen, especially fear or depression, because they are safer than acting out.

When we learn to become fearful and anxious, upset, dejected, it is our feelings that become, to us, our true friends. They protect us from our inadequacy and replace our human friends and family.

It is out of our weakness that we choose to be depressed because we have discovered that not making this choice is even more painful.

3. To become crazy
Becoming crazy is actually a fairly sensible choice for the weak because no one expects a crazy person to fulfill his needs in the real world for the obvious reason that he is no longer in it.

Within his own mind, within his own imagination, out of his own thought processes, he may be able to reduce the pain of his failure and to find a little relief.

Most people with psychosis, however, withdraw only partially. To the degree they won’t or can’t accept total insanity they continue to suffer the pain of inadequacy, so they are really caught in the middle, actually a very common place for them to be.

There is no rule that says we must choose only on symptom; many people choose several but usually one predominates.

4. Psychosomatic
The final symptom category is the choice to have a physical symptom or go further and become physically ill in an attempt to reduce the pain of the first choice, giving up.

It is well known that when the person gains more strength the headaches go.

Almost all of us have headaches, usually when we are under stress and lack sufficient strength, but most of us pull ourselves together, relax, and the headaches disappear.

Psychosomatic illnesses such as headaches are a good choice because they obviously allow the sufferer to ask for help.

Unfortunately the help he asks for is the relief of the pain of the headaches, which not nearly all the help he needs.

For a weak person, love and worth are not that easy to find, but with good counseling at least he may have a chance. Patients with psychosomatic complaints are being treated medically for their symptoms, usually with drugs.

The more this occurs the less likely they are to face their inadequacies and the more their heads hurt when they drug wears off.

Many people are willing to pay a huge price in sickness and disability to avoid facing the reality of their inability to find happiness.

Painful as it was, the illness (e.g. ulcer) was his friend. Although the “friend” may even endanger his life, it will reduce his pain.

Sometimes the opposite is true. A very serious disease can make a symptom choice unnecessary, or perhaps supersede it if the disease threatens the very basic need to stay alive.

A short, acute, real, externally caused disease can sometimes temporarily “cure” a person deeply involved in choosing one of the symptom categories. Then the need to stay alive can temporarily supersede the need for love and worth.

Symptoms summary

The symptom eventually allows the person to ask for help for a problem that seems to other have happened to him, rather than something he has chosen.

People continually look for reinforcement from others to confirm that they are not at fault, that they did not choose their symptoms, they happened to them.

3rd choice of the weak – Negative Addiction
Each choice

– from the initial decision to give up trying to find love or worth, the second choice to take on one or more symptoms, and the final choice of becoming addicted –

is a pain-reducing step.

The reason addiction is powerful and difficult to break is that it alone of all the choices consistently both

(1) relieves the pain of failure, and

(2) provides an intensely pleasurable experiences.

An addiction provides the addict with “glory” where in the past he had only pain, overpowers every other urge within him and he devotes his life to the addicting drug or behavior.

To that end he is willing to give up principles, ideals, family, friends, or spouse; nothing in his life is allowed to stand against the drug or other addiction. He believes by one set of values, which is that whatever promotes his addiction is right, everything else is wrong.

The obvious problem of addiction is that the addict through his addiction, is able to live with little love or worth, without having to suffer the pain of failing to get it. The pleasure of addiction depends on a regular supply (love and worth do too) of whatever you are addicted to.

If deprived of your addiction you must return not only to the pain and misery of your previous second-choice symptoms but to the addition pain, mental and physical, that comes with withdrawal.

It is this pain coupled with the pleasure of the drug that locks an addict into his habit.

The more love and worth the addict is able to get through family, friends, support structures and help organization, the more successful he will be in his recovery.

It may seem incongruous to say that an addict is weak. No one seems more hardworking or persistent. Once addicted and driven by the pleasure of his addiction, he is extremely strong.

But this strength is all tied to addiction, when it comes to finding love and worth they seem to have no strength at all.

What he has is short term strength to overcome any haul to find his addicting drug (the drug itself may provide some of this strength), but to find love and worth is a long-term chancy search, a strength he neither has nor wants.

Finally, and most importantly,

to find happiness we need others, but an addict needs only himself.

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Season of Love

  

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Joylight 40 – DiSC of Love

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Greetings from Joylight!

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  • Ever wondered what could be a meaningful gift for that old time buddy?
  • What could be a special gift that could bring you and your partner/family closer?
  • What are the options available to share a gift that offers deeper insights to the motivations behind the individuals who make up your team/company?
  • What is the one gift that you can offer to yourself to heightened your self awareness and by extension propel you closer to your desired outcomes?

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Having a personalized DiSC personality assessment could well be the answer you are looking for.

Here are more information on DiSC.

And if you have the courage to go all the way, consider coaching together with DiSC to fully utilise your potential.

Be it a special occasion, the season of romance, the season of giving or just another day, there is never a better time to do your DiSC assessment.

Take charge of who you are and who you want to be or extend that goodness to the one you have in your mind.

Give the DiSC of love today.

Email me at me (at) joyleng.com for your DiSC assessment.

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Joylight 39 – Coaching with DiSC

Greetings from Joylight!

With great happiness, I announce a new available option of coaching together with your personalized DiSC assessment.

WHY?

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1. Powerful PULL factor

Sometimes coaching conversations can be challenging. It might feel like vague concepts and ideas that you can intellectually grasp but it may not speak to the heart.

With your personalized DiSC profile as the starting point, these concepts and ideas that resulted from discussing your profile come alive.

Simply because you know how truly relevant it is for you.

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2. Laser Beam Focus

Just like a physical health diagnosis report you have received from the specialist, you know exactly where are the challenge areas. With knowledge, you have the choice to choose where you want to focus on.

And you know that it will be laser beam focus because you have complete awareness of what is going on.

No more guesswork.

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3. Magnified Clarity

Imagine how many times your clarity will be magnified now that you have complete, accurate and fully personalized information at your disposal?

You will no longer have to worry if you are on the right track, whether you are chasing after something that you imagine you wanted but somehow leaves a nagging thought in your head.

You have absolute clarity.

Instead, you will have complete confidence that your goal is what you want and you are putting time, effort and energy in that right direction.

These are just some of powerful advantages that comes with coaching with your DiSC personalized profiling.

HOW DO I GET STARTED?

No matter if you are my existing clients or not, you can take your DiSC profiling assessment with me. It comes with a 45 minutes free coaching session.

DURING THE SESSION

we will discuss

  • The results from your DiSC assessment,
  • What the report findings mean,
  • The important implications for you,
  • What you want to do with the new information,
  • What are the possible areas you can work on,
  • What you want to focus on,
  • How you want to achieve your desired outcome.

AFTER THE COACHING SESSION

You can choose to

  1. Continue your coaching journey with me or
  2. To take the valuable new insights you have gained and work on it on your own.

Learn more about DiSC assessment.

*** I strongly urge you to take your DiSC assessment. Even without coaching, the insights will be invaluable to you and a positive influence on your future goals and motivations.

Email me at me (at) joyleng.com for your DiSC assessment.

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ON your Joylight! 🙂
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  • Need a trained and non-judgmental person to talk to?
  • Wants support and accountability to achieve your life goals?
  • Wants to take a DiSC personality profiling to understand your behaviour and motivations?
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