One of the first places we will spend time in during our Mindset Coaching relationship is in talking through what has changed in your life. Whether you’ve suffered a hardship or a loss, or an unexpected and unwelcome change in health, relationship or a career, talking through the facts and feelings around what happened is key. All too often, this time can feel like coping with collapse. This is a time for support.
At other times, you may come to coaching to take on a problem or a challenge of a less serious nature, but, one that’s persisted and kept you feeling stuck for far too long. Talking through what’s not working and what you’d like to change in your life is where we will begin here, as well.
If your life is like mine, sometimes when it rains, it pours, and multiple things can go wrong at once. If true for you, we can work together to look at each event or circumstance and decide what to tackle first.
For me, the most challenging circumstance of coping with change came out of the blue as a freshman in college, when I suddenly lost the central portion of my eyesight. It’s been a journey I’ve lived with for over thirty-three years now. I’d love to use some of the experiences and insights learned from my journey to help and encourage you.
To see if a Mindset Coaching relationship with me is right for you, please feel free to listen to the podcast from my “Home” tab. More information about my approach to coaching can be found in the “Private Coaching” tab. You may also listen in to my “Ed Talks” to learn more of what led me to want to help others in this way.
These days, you’ll most likely find me sitting along the long edges or quiet corners of a local cafe or coffee shop. Laptop open, I’ll be writing a new chapter for my book or a short blog for any interested readers. Sporting a t-shirt, shorts and flip-flops, I deeply appreciate every day I don’t have to “suit up” and hit the road. Life beyond the office, beyond the demand of the corporation, working with new words and clients, is truly sweet. I’m having more fun than ever!