New clients often expect that they are enrolling in a coaching “program”, but you are not. This is YOUR journey. You are your greatest asset, and I respect that. Your time and money are valuable, and a cookie cutter coaching program would be a bad investment of both. Because your path in life is unique, the process we follow will be uniquely designed for your personal growth. Together, we’ll help you discover options and you will make choices on how to best:
Leverage your natural resources (time, personality, passion, energy, and skills) to accomplish your vision and purpose.
Determine the right investment vehicles (i.e., education, associations, relationships) that focus on short-term progress and long-term growth & stability.
Create and fund a “You-nique Health Savings Account” that focuses on mental, physical and/or spiritual aspects – resources for when you’ll need to make withdrawals without impacting your prosperity or passion.
Evaluate your current information sources (both internal and external): Identify where you get information. Understand which of the “twitter feeds” you follow need to have the volume turned up, which ones need to be turned down or off, and add others which will serve you properly.
Coaching is not about me giving you directions to follow...
It is about you taking a journey and exploring what opportunities are available to you. It is about seeking and discovering your purpose. It is about finding options and making choices. I will be your journey companion; my role is to shine light in the shadows and help uncover hidden gems within and around you along the way.
Coaching is not about digging up what hasn't worked so far...
It is about opening the right doors to identify strengths you have hidden inside which you can use to move yourself forward. It’s about thinking and exploring what new skills you’ll need for personal growth and start implementing them to fuel your growth and forward movement.
"If nothing changes, then nothing is going to change."
"The definition of insanity is doing the same thing and expecting different results."
Rita Mae Brown