Do you ever get the feeling that people might hear you but they don’t really understand you or what you’re trying to say? Or that you are never really seen? The beauty of using visuals in a coaching conversation is that it takes the ideas and images in your head, and puts them on paper. Humans are visual thinkers and we need image and color and text in order to literally see what we think. Visual coaching is a facilitated process – you don’t have to worry about your printing or drawing skills! Together we will use a series of maps and worksheets designed to help you get clarity about who you are and what you want, figure out what’s in the way, create support and accountability, and, finally, take the steps to get there. It’s a fun, collaborative, and insightful process with exceptional results.
Each day is filled with promise, potential and possibility.
- Most of us, when we come to coaching, come because we are at a crossroads of some sort. Often it’s a transition, or some dissatisfaction, or an ‘unraveling’ as Brene Brown puts it. It’s the perfect place to start.
- Then we dive into a series of maps that asks, and answers, all the other pertinent questions about where you are, how you got there, what’s next, how to find the motivation, commitment, and accountability, and how to navigate it all with grace, humour, and joy.
- Combined with Hand Analysis, Positive Psychology, HeartMath and Intentional Creativity, it will be the ride of your life! Fun, insightful, deep, exciting, and most of all, rewarding.
I think this quote from Kim Palmer sums up coaching – “part therapist, part consultant, part motivational expert, part professional organizer, part friend, part nag – the personal coach seeks to do for your life what a personal trainer does for your body”.
Of course not all of us feel that we need that kind of mentorship or guidance. Some of us are do it yourselfers – or we’ve simply given up on things, especially when they seem hard or out of reach.
I don’t think you should give up. And if doing it yourself hasn’t worked, it might be time to ask yourself whether you want to wait another 3, 10, or 20 years to deal with the midlife unraveling. Yes, it’s an investment of time, money and energy. And yes, there will be ups and downs. My clients have found that it’s all worth it. But you should make that decision for yourself, and be confident and 100% in. Because, just like personal training, I will be there to design the ‘workout’, give you all the encouragement you need, and remind you that you’re working hard and doing great, but it’s you that truly does the hard work.
If you’re a hard yes, or even just a little intrigued, click the button below to learn more. And then let’s set up a 30 minute intro meeting over Zoom to get to know each other and make sure that we are a great fit :).
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