2010 was a pivotal year in my life. Armed with courage, I quit a seemingly stable career to find other avenues of fulfillment. On my quest, I discovered that I had always been a coach. I have always had a deep sense of curiosity about the world and about people. I am curious about what drives us, what motivates us.
Through my work and in my personal life, I have found that we are most motivated when we acknowledge who we are in our entirety. When we can wholeheartedly accept who we are, I find that a new kind of energy greets us. I’ve observed this in my clients with awe. I love the moment when a client gives themselves permission to be The Leader, The Powerful Attorney, The Smartest Engineer in the Room etc. I have watched and observed the way that other people react to that level of permission and the harmony that is fostered because of it. It has a trickle down effect on teams, on divisions, on organizations, on families etc.
I gave myself permission to be my best self. I spent a lot of my early career feeling as though I was not truly grasping my essence and being who I was meant to be. I felt conflicted because the world was saying that success was achieved in a particular fashion and, for my individual brand of human, success is achieved when I am witness to another persons transformation. It wasn’t until I gave myself permission to be The Coach, that I felt that spark, that “I can do anything” feeling.
That’s who I am, that’s who I have always been. I am The Coach. I coach The Executive, I coach The Business Woman and Man, I coach The Leader, I coach The Creative. I coach.
Your Inner Ally,