Do you need some space to reset and refocus?
Regardless of where you are at right now, one thing I know to be true:
You matter and your imprint on this world matters!
We often feel we should be able to do it all and figure everything out by ourselves. Yet we get caught in the noise of what others think, obey a lot of 'should's', or become paralysed by a myriad of inner and outer expectations. Worst of all, we tend to lose sight of ourselves in the process.
My mission is to help you turn down the noise, regain perspective, and take the lead in your life and work. I help you craft the discovery of what living on purpose looks like for you in your context. We work to see transformation happen on the inside and the outside.
By going on this journey together, I believe you’ll go deeper and wider, move forward faster, and experience a safe haven for playful exploration along the way!
My Coaching Style
To the wide open spaces
Imagine an open beach on a clear day. My aim as a coach is to go with you to the uncluttered wide open spaces. Be still, blow out the cobwebs, be compassionate with yourself, and freely explore what is in and out there.
Coaching is a peer-to-peer relationship where you are encouraged to reflect, focus, discover, and take action. You are the expert on you and I come alongside you to work towards your desired future outcome.
I take a strength-based, inside-out approach. We do acknowledge and navigate the inner and outer barriers to moving forward, but emphasise drawing out and building on who you are, what is good, and what is working. Together we seek out opportunities and possibilities that fit you and your context.
I will be your sounding board, comfy couch, occasionally confronting mirror, fellow strategist, and cheerleader who provides the framework, encouragement, and accountability for you to do the necessary work.
Take the lead
Yes YOU are a leader! As a business owner, employee, volunteer, parent, partner, and simply as a human being you have a large dose of positive influencing potential over your own life and the lives of others. It is time to take the lead in composing your life and work, including your response to that which is beyond your control.
This can be daunting, but it is so much easier to do once you are clear on who you are and what you are about, plus a few tools in your back pocket to stop the gremlins taking the wheel.
One step at a time
The small steps matter.
I have found that the way to make sustainable transformation happen is usually not in the large gesture. It is in the small yet significant choices, the rhythms, the ripples of every day: one intentional step at a time. We build momentum by breaking down the big goals into manageable steps and following through.