Life beyond limits... 
...freedom lies beyond the veil of fear

I believe that coaching is about leaving behind the unnecessary and moving forward the right direction.

Find your way!

Simona Šimková - o mne

About me

My name is Simona. I am curious, adventurous and stubborn. Let's call it persistent. I love paradox. I like to dream and can be very sceptical. I love to dance with friends till the morning and also love being alone, with a book or a favourite show. I love reading books about different topics, just so I can use 'only' common sense. I love travelling, with someone or alone. And I love to be at home too - with my family or or having coffee with my friends. I like to wear nice clothes but hate shopping. I love to get up early, but hate going to bed. And the main paradox is that I always wanted to achieve so much, only to find out I care about few things:

I want my family and friends to be healthy and want to feel close to them.
I want to do what I like and want to be great at it.
I don't want to have a boss. At least not the 'classic one'.
I want to get to know the Earth. More, more and more.
I want to be a good person. Not perfect, but good and I want to improve.
I want to be able to laugh, in good times and bad times too.

What is


Personally, I think coaching is about ridding ourselves of anything not serving us anymore and stepping forward the right direction. The right direction for you, not your parents, friends, nor the company you work for. 

To stop chasing things we actually don't really want (or to stop climbing ladder leaning against the wrong building), we need to know what it is that we want. Let's not make our journey longer than it has to be. If we take a wrong turn, let's not lament about it, just simply jump on the right train as soon as we can. Let's not plan obsessively, so we don't need to stress about every little deviation from plan.

Coaching is about getting space for yourself, so you can get the right questions getting you closer to what you want. This way you can achieve anything you truly care about.

And most importantly, let's not make it complicated. The most beautiful things are simple.



Individual Coaching (& NLP)

Sometimes, the best way to understand something, is to explain what it is not.

The most common misinterpretation about coaching is related to the way clients get their results or make their decisions.

Coaching is not about telling someone what to do. The amount of times I've heard someone saying 'I would be a great coach, I always give a great advice!' Telling someone our opinions is not coaching. It's giving advice, and many times unsolicited.

Coaching is the opposite. A coach does not give advice and doesn't tell anyone how to live their life.

I started my studies of coaching with excitement and humility. I remember a moment that absolutely convinced me about coaching. I read that a great coach has to be 100% convinced that every human can fulfil their potential. This potential is limited only by physical limits. For example, I don't have wings so I can't fly. Or I won't start playing pro-leage basketball at the age of 35. Except for physical limits, anything is possible. It is not the coach who decides what 'anything' means. That's the beauty of it. The potential is there and the client can decide to fulfil it or can decide not to.

Myself as a coach, I'm just a tool. A tool trained to give you space:

  • To think about your potential
  • To find answers on how to get there
  • To expose limiting beliefs that are slowing you down on your journey towards your goals

A few months from this moment, you can be closer to your goals than you have ever been. It's up to you. The sky's the limit.


Pro Bono Coaching

The more experience I have, the more I perceive how deeply affected we are by our young years and by the environment in which we grew up.

However, we don't have much control about our environment as kids or teenagers.

Children brought up in families where parents run businesses, outline the importance of education, talk to their kids about their dreams and ambitions, these children have a massive advantage in comparison to their peers.

Then you have young people who have their ambitions, but lack support, inspiration or confidence to step into the direction which could be great and exciting for them.

As a teenager, I was very fortunate to meet people who had faith that I could do something with my life, despite me doubting myself a lot at the time. It's always when I experience success that I look back and feel grateful for meeting those people.

I would like to be that person for someone else now.

To become certified as an ICF Coach, I am required to log a certain amount of coaching hours.

I have decided to allocate part of this time for youths 21 years and under, who would like to set their sails to the right directions.

If you are interested in the idea or have any inquires, please get in touch via the contact form below.


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