Get Clear. Get Confident. Get Going.
When you've decided its time....
I can't count the number of times I have said to clients, family, friends- it is really hard to get what you want when you don't know what you want. How do you know you are getting close? How do you know when you are off track? And, perhaps most importantly, how do you know when you have "got it"? Simple and yet so important to getting the compass set in the proper direction. This is not to say that once you point the compass you don't find some pit stops along the way to explore, it simply means that, knowing where you want to go in general is far more important than staying in a state of "not knowing".
Is this you?
You are feeling stuck and maybe unhappy with your current situation. It could be in your career, your relationships, your physical health and well-being or perhaps it is a parenting challenge you are facing. No matter what the situation is, until you get clear on what you want to do about it or how you want to approach it, you will remain exactly where you are, unless you take some specific action. What would it feel like to know the formula to change your situation and open up choices for yourself?
Don't know where to start? Getting clear on the direction in which you want to go is so critical that, in addition to one on one coaching, I created an interactive workshop that helps participants begin the process of gaining clarity into exactly what "it" is that they want. The beauty of the workshop is that you can work with others and NOT have to share what it is you are working on, really, no kidding. How is this done? Participants are asked at the beginning of the workshop not to share their situation(s). Why do I do this? Because as soon as we open our mouths to speak we filter what we are going to say, we can't help it. Humans are built to connect and as a result, they will change what they were going to say to be more like the response before them, so by the time the sixth participant is sharing their "thing" they have already edited it six times. So while they may feel like they "fit in" ultimately they do not end up focusing on what matters to them. When participants get to work on their "stuff" without fear of judgement, they leave with clarity regarding their situation - and for some this is enough to get them on their way. For many, however, they have a lot of information and are unsure of the next steps to take.
This is a good starting place for the next step....
This is done via one on one coaching as each person's goal or "what I want" is going to look different than everyone else's. When you land in the arena of "what I want" and are still unsure of the next step or hesitating to take the next step you know you need to take, this is where I am instrumental in helping you get the momentum you need to move forward. With a focus on mindset, I help clients shift previously held beliefs and illuminate blind spots that are holding them back. This is the key that opens the door to new possibilities and choices.
So, you know what you want and you've identified how you are going to go about doing it. Great! Off you go. Sounds simple and maybe not which is why I offer an accountability piece to clients as they start trying on new practices. I support clients while they start adapting to new habits and choices and believe in them when doubt creeps in. I am there for as long or as little as a client requires to build the resilience they need to keep doing what they want to keep doing, to get the results they want. This is so individual and can be done via email and/or in person. I also offer this to individuals on an ad hoc basis – sometimes you just want an ally to get you over a hump- I can do that too!