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“We look at the world once, in childhood. The rest is memory.”

Louise Gluck, poem ‘nostos’

How does that become a coaching quote?

When you realize that you are living your life from the perspective of memory, that alone can move mountains.

Then when you also understand that those memories are just memories based on thought and that they have no basis on your current reality, that can be transformational.

When you experience that you are the creator in your life, now there are new worlds to explore full of new possibilities.

That is mind-blowing!

Explore with me, through coaching conversations what it is like to embrace uncertainty, live in the space of not knowing with greater clarity, and have a better relationship with your innate wisdom.

Within each of us is innate wisdom, an inner peace, well-being and, innate resilience, and the freedom to think we are not.”

Jack Pransky, Phd, Three Principles Author, Trainer and Practitioner: a Coach of Coaches and a Counselor of Counselors

Conversations can be focused on:

  • Achieving a goal or creating something that seems impossible
  • Living without stress (okay a little stress is good), insecurity and anxiety
  • Enhancing work productivity and creativity
  • Improving your work/life balance
  • Facing change and challenge with resilience and clarity

THESE CONVERSATIONS WILL CHANGE YOUR LIFE

With love and gratitude,

PS

There is no downside to coaching. I have had and continue to have coaches and mentors in my life that guide and help me on my journey. I am forever grateful for them to been part of this journey that I am on.

If you’re ready to live a life you love, then connect with me today.


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Shakespeare was a pretty enlightened character. Several of his plays pointed to that the world is just a stage or that we are just poor players on that stage. Jaques: “All the world’s a stage, And all the men and women merely players; They have their exits and their entrances, And one man in his… Read More

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The highly valuable free summit I told you about last week starts TODAY and runs every day this week through Friday the 7th. Each day you can watch six recorded video interviews from our group of 30 influential speakers (check whose who through the link), who reveal how they made the shift from limited assumptions… Read More

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