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Coaching is a powerful way to create structure, awareness, momentum and action for change. It’s not about having a conversation or talking hypothetically. It’s about being very intentional and looking inside yourself with a laser-sharp focus. It’s about honoring the longing and hunger for a more fulfilling life. It’s about asking yourself the really hard questions and truly listening to the answers.
To enter into a coaching relationship is to take responsibility for creating the life you want and actively choosing how you want to BE in this life. Coaching is also about being in the experience of it all—literally witnessing your own courage, vulnerability, strength and growth, and stretching with the experience. Ultimately, it affords people the chance to slow down, take a breath, and then go forward much faster and with much more clarity, conviction and self-reliance.
As a coach, my sole responsibility is to create a safe and courageous space for you to explore, discover, dream, and take action toward your most magnificent life – the one waiting for you to claim it. I spend a lot of time at the start of a coaching relationship learning just how to do this for you. In this way, coaching is a very customized experience. It’s all about you.
The nature of my coaching technique is forward-moving and future-focused. At the same time, we make space for you to fully experience the present moment of your life and “deepen the learning” of those experiences. The coaching conversation concentrates both on where you are now as well as where you are headed. Together, we call forth those parts of you that are itching to burst into the light to give you the juice, fullness and joy of life.
Unlike therapy or other practitioners, coaching is not about revisiting the past or “fixing” the parts of you that need attention. In fact, coaching presumes you are not broken, but perfect and whole just as you are. As your coach, my job is to help guide you back to yourself—to your powerful and pure essence that knows the truth and has everything you need. It may be buried under the chaos and clutter of circumstances of “shoulds, coulds, and have-tos,” but it’s there just waiting for you.