“It isn’t that I’m so smart. But I stay with the questions much longer”—–
I work with clients who want to change their perspectives and outcomes to manifest those goals they believe are impossible.
I’ve spent over 25 years working with professionals as a negotiator, trained mediator and facilitator. I learned that sometimes the difference between success and struggle is a shift in perspective.
Change is a process. I enjoy walking with my clients through the process of change because experience has taught me that there’s always something amazing and powerful waiting for them on the other side.
Being a coach embodies my desire to help people achieve their goals. It is truly something I’ve done informally throughout my life. In sharing observations and listening without judgement, I watch clients reach the goals they set for themselves and I get to see them triumph at the finish line.
Although you may be successful in your current life and career, you may find that something is missing for you.
For you, it may be following that inner dream that you felt was unimaginable or you want a new adventure or it may just be time for you. After being responsible and sharing your time and energy with others day in and day out at work, home, community, etc., your body and/or mind puts the brakes on and a little voice says, “what about me.” You feel incomplete or building up resentment to others because there just isn’t enough time in the day for you, your goals or dreams. Coaching is a way to spend one on one time with someone who will listen, not judge and support you in identifying and achieving what you discover you want in your life.
It may be time that you feel it is time to change your life, personal or professional, and need to boldly step up and take the leap through well planned strategies with positive outcomes.
I’ve been told by my clients, through my roles as a life coach and mediator, that they find value in being listened to and allowed the space for them to explore all possibilities, set timelines and achieve the impossible.
“I am not a teacher, but an awakener.” —–