Tu camino coaching
Meaning: Don’t focus on your mistakes, instead search to discover their cause
so you avoid repeating the same mistake.
Tu Camino means
« your path » and i suppose your life path led you to this page because you are looking or wishing for change.
Welcome to « Tu Camino Coaching ». Tu Camino means « Your Path » and I suppose your life path led you to this page because you are looking or wishing for change.
you just took the first and hardest step toward you the transformation you seek!
I invite you to take a moment to answer the following questions:
- How do I feel about personal change?
- Do I resist making the changes that are needed to make improvements in my life?
- How often do I consciously evaluate myself to identify areas in my
- life that I want to grow and develop in?
- Who are you?
- What kind of life do I want to live?
- What are my goals?
- What is holding me back?
- What areas of my life would I most like to improve?
- What part have I played in the unwanted outcomes of my life?
- How do I want to feel?
I hope you were able to take a moment to reflect and answer these questions. Transforming your self and your life requires taking action. Often a supportive guide is instrumental in getting you back on track and elevating your life to a beautiful place that is sustainable. I would love to speak with you and offer your first 45 min session for free to determine if it’s a good fit.
- Accept People Unconditionally People are not their behaviors
- Evaluate Behavior and Change in Terms of Context and Ecology All meaning is context dependent. It is very easy to take something that’s been said out of context and interpret it differently from its original meaning
- Resistance in a Client Signifies Mistrust If NLP practitioners experience resistance in a client, this often stems from a lack of rapport or misunderstanding.
- Appreciate Other People’s Interpretation of the World Good communication requires a grounded appreciation of someone else’s unique model of the world. All people have alternative ways of interpreting and experiencing life (different beliefs, values, filters, etc.)
- No-one Intentionally Screws Up Behind every behavior is a positive intention. No one goes out of their way to consciously sabotage themselves; everyone always strives to do their best with the resources they have available to them.
- Calibrate on Behavior, Not on Assumptions. The only visible information we have about another person is their behavior.
- The Map is Not the Territory Two people can see the same event but both have two completely different responses to it. This is because we don’t have access to reality as it is, we do not know reality. We experience reality through our senses, our filter systems, our beliefs
- Own Your Mind and Your Outcomes| Thought precedes our every action, behavior, reaction, and response. It’s easy to blame others for making you angry or for even making you do something, but what’s essential is to recognize that all actions and emotions are filtered through your neurological system first, and no one dictates your actions other than yourself.
- People Always Have the Resources They Need NLP Practitioners have a goal to help their clients become more aware of their potential and assist them to work towards their own desired outcomes in life.
- There is No Failure, Only Feedback To view the world in black and white, as a system of failures and successes, is a self-limiting paradigm. We will always make mistakes throughout our lives, but to view them as failures is to define our experiences by judgments and finalities.
My name is Rodrigue (Rod) Ambara. I grew up in Cameroon and then moved to Switzerland as a young adolescent. My aim is to transform life by supporting and empowering people that I have the opportunity to work with, in my private practice as a Life Coach and NLP practitioner. My main coaching goal is to give people the tools necessary to get to know who they are so they can heal themselves. As a result, they will be able to build fulfilling lives.
I am a proud member of Achology, The Academy of Modern Applied Psychology. I hold a certificate in Life Coaching, Neuro-linguistic Programming,(NLP) Master Practitioner, Hypnotherapy Practitioner,Cognitive behavioral therapy (CBT) Practitioner, counseling practitioner and Art therapy.
I also have a degree in social work and I have been working as a community developer for 10 years. In 2015 I moved to Seattle to join the love of my life, and where I founded a non-profit called The Kayla Project, with the mission to empower global communities through the Arts. The same year I got married and became a dad. As I was going through these massive changes in my life, having a wife, a little boy, dealing with anxiety and depression,coping with addictions such as alcohol, tobacco, sugar, travel, changing jobs, and going to the gym. I was looking for happiness outside of myself. I was giving me power away to my parents, my wife, my friends, and my coworkers. Then, when things were not happening the ways that I wanted, I was blaming those same people.
My life was full of drama and trauma, and I didn’t know what to do. I saw a couple of counselors. I took some anti-depressants (aka “blue pills” as I call them). I even agreed to go see a pastor with my mother.
I’m not ashamed to share this because it has made me the person I am today, and I can find humor in it from this vantage point.
Trust me, it wasn’t fun to live through. It’s never easy to live with fear and insecurities. But this new path has given me the tools to stay away from fear, insecurities and anxiety. Diving into Life coaching and NLP was deeply transformational for my growth and healing. The techniques allowed me the opportunity to get to know myself, my values and be profoundly settled in my goals.
It has been a natural extension of what I gained, to wish to impart these transformational tools with others. My vision is for my clients to be able to hold the keys of their unique and extraordinary life, pave a clear path, and build a fulfilling life for themselves.