What do you want for your life?
As an Associate Certified Coach credentialed by the International Coach Federation, I invite you to identify questions that have meaning to you. Next, use those questions in a coaching partnership with me.
As your coach, we give attention and intention to your personal development, skills development, and desired outcomes. Results include feeling empowered and encouraged. Coaching session outcomes also include living your life as you want it in the present moment and as you shift between commitments and identities throughout each day. All of your ways of living and being influence how you create and move toward a future you envision.
To get a stronger sense of the benefits of coaching, schedule an inquiry meeting and let's be curious together!
The International Coach Federation defines coaching as "partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential."
I invite you to think of coaching as a fun and meaningful experience to give attention to a very important someone. You!
Imagine pausing everything in your day, once a week for forty-five minutes in order to have a one-on-one meeting where the focus is your choice.
During our session, I will bring deep listening, curiosity, and thought-provoking questions. I may offer an opportunity to pause and settle with a moment of silence and breath. We will identify strategies and tools to shift what is not working into what does work specific to you. I will encourage the use of action steps which may include having me as an accountability partner to support focus, follow through, and feeling positive.
Coaching with Attention to Topics, Desired Outcomes, and Goals
Many possibilities exist for areas of attention. I believe we are always growing, changing, and being influenced by our past and present. At your first coaching session, you might know right away what to focus on. Great! It is also common to be uncertain when deciding what to work on in coaching. That makes sense! I suggest picking one or two topics that matter most to you right now.
What do I want for my life?
How do I want to show up?
How can I reconnect and recommit to what is important to me?
What will I learn about myself throughout the coaching experience?
Habit Nature and Routines
Transitions in Life
Working with Constant Overwhelm
Living with ADHD and Anxiety
Have More Fun
Attention to My Health
Exercise and Feel Fit
Manage Multiple Responsibilities
Relationships and Friendships
Working for an Employer
Service and Volunteer Commitments
Students in middle school, high school, college, and graduate school, navigate a very demanding lifestyle. Coaching offers support
during this important
phase of life.
Prioritization and Planning