Coaching is about clarifying the vision of what you want,
encouraging your strengths,
doing whatever is necessary to remove obstacles,
designing a plan with strategic steps you can take,
and moving into action.
By problem-solving in personal and professional relationships and projects, you will move through challenges and find creative ways to maintain cutting-edge expertise. I help clients capitalize on available opportunities or leave impossible situations, always to establish more balance, and satisfaction in their lives. You will recoup your energy, as you move out of self-imposed limitations. Our work will evoke your best.
"Coaching is for those with the courage to open themselves to change." Gay Enright
How can you live the life that you most want? Expert coaching can really help!
There is a popular belief that coaching is basically about having a new set of actions to do, but it’s more than that. Coaching is about finding the best way to learn about yourself so you can make decisions that reflect your values, wishes and goals, and then create strategies to achieve them. Sometimes the best thing to do is to get active first, make a change that you can see, try something new, and soon you’ll notice that the new behavior has changed how you feel, the results you got, and opened new possibilities. However, often a little self-exploration leads to attitude and/or behavior change. It can be important to look at what is in the way of taking that step, moving forward, speaking your truth. In that process you gather the strength and insight to move you forward into action.
All lasting personal change is in some way going to be based on successful self-exploration, a bit of gutsiness, trying something new, a wish to move toward the best for you, and willingness to have things be better.
Are you ready?
"I learned this, at least, by my experiment:
that if one advances confidently in the direction of his dreams,
and endeavors to live the life which he had imagined,
he will meet with a success unexpected in common hours."
—Henry David Thoreau