Do you need a coach?
“A man will be imprisoned in a room with a door that’s unlocked and opens inwards,
as long as it does not occur to him to pull rather than push.” — Ludwig Wittgenstein
I know this seems obvious for me to say, but I really believe that everyone needs a coach.
I have one; he keeps me on track, and he is a resource and sounding board for my ideas, my doubts and my questions.
A coach helps you see what’s possible and what’s right for you. I teach you how to open your eyes.
A coach helps you find your path. I help you connect with your greatest sense of purpose and the possibilities that arise from that purpose.
A coach helps you implement a plan. I give you the strategies you need to succeed, and you benefit from my three decades of business and creative work (not to mention two decades raising children!).
A coach helps you get strong. I show you how to reshape your weaknesses into strengths and build new competencies.
A coach demands that you practice. I provide assignments and practices between meetings that are crucial to to achieving your goal.
A coach is committed to a client’s success. I promise you that if you keep your commitment and do the work, you will succeed.