“It is not enough to be busy… The question is: what are we busy about?” – Henry David Thoreau
Who am I? What is my Purpose? How do I live it? These are three questions humanity has been asking since the dawn of consciousness. My coaching process helps clients answer those core questions. I have redefined Vision, Purpose, and Values in a way that is self-empowering and transformational.
Uncovering your essence is the first and most vital step in your transformational process. Your essential nature is your “true self.” Your essence drives your way of thinking, your values, your actions and ultimately your life path, whether you are conscious of it or not.
There is a legend about a man who was an excellent archer. He was travelling around the world and looking for a worthy opponent for a duel. Once in a small town he saw hundreds of targets struck on the bull’s eye. The man decided to find that accurate archer and learn his secret for how to avoid […]
“Imperfections are important, just as mistakes are. You only get to be good by learning from mistakes and you get to be real by being imperfect.” – Anonymous The sad news is, for ten years I owned and operated a small business that ultimately failed.
The more you take actions that are aligned with your vision, purpose and values, the more you will experience a state of synchronicity, ease and flow. With the confidence that comes with your clarity, you will step forward more boldly, take more risks, and build on your strengths.
Have you ever been nudged by a subtle inner feeling that something wanted to emerge or change, but you couldn’t figure out what it was? Oh, and your sense of it was that the ‘something’ was going to be fairly significant, exciting, and desirable?
Imagine a world where these are guiding principles, not just for coaches, but for how we are all being in all of our relationships. Each of these Principles is designed to spark new insights and perspectives. Open to the possibility that when you honor these Principles you will call forth your own greatness and the […]
Smart executives and managers know what professional Coaches understand: you must recognize there is more aliveness available in the process of moving toward a goal than in achieving the result itself.