What is Inspired Learning? A Costa Women Interview with Andrea Robson

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what is inspired learning?

Here’s my very first live interview with Costa Women where I talk about my newly launched business, Inspired Learning and the role coaching plays in it. Inspired Learning is having that little bit of magic that inspires you to learn and move forward. Sometimes if we are worried, or feeling a bit stuck, we need a bit of inspiration from someone else to help us – well – become unstuck. The moment when something clicks, and we get it – that moment you become unstuck – that’s inspired learning. In this interview, I talk about how being inspired can help children, adults and families alike to make positive changes today for a brighter tomorrow.

passion for learning and being inspired to learn

I’m passionate about enabling and inspiring people to maximize their potential – whether that’s coping with friendship issues, self-esteem, sibling relationships, choosing GCESs or A Levels etc. Or managing a work / life balance, developing yourself as a person or educational professional, this is what I do. And I would love to work with you!

 

Are you worried about your child? Are they worried or have things on their mind?

If your child is worried about something – if you are worried about your kids – and are just not sure what to do, working with a coach  enables kids to open up and talk freely about their feelings, or things that are on their mind. This could be pressure from school, friendship issues, bullying, attitude or behaviour at home, and handling their emotions. It could be learning to like who they are and seeing the world in a more optimistic way. Most importantly, coaching enables them to come up with immediate solutions to problems. As such it  is a powerful, positive and productive tool. Coaching helps them to feel, and be, more in control of situations, it also boosts self-esteem and gives them life-long problem solving tools.

A forward thinking and pro-active problem solving approach

By identifying a solution that works best for them, your child leaves each session happier and with a plan they can put into action straight away – no waiting around.  They come back a week later and we look at how they got on. In this way, they are continually moving forward and successfully tackling issues and problems.

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