The journey toward meaningful life change does not come without its challenges. It’s important to remember this and not get discouraged or feel we’ve failed when we face an honest set back or two. In creating new outcomes, we’ve learned how to be an observer. We’ve learned how to break, and then positively reconstruct, our old patterns of thought and emotion. As our new patterns of thought and emotion have emerged, along with the appropriate actions, we’ve seen the beginnings of new growth and possibility within our lives. We’ve experienced how the process can take time and test our resolve in many ways.
That said, the journey of new creation has been deeply rewarding and well worth it all. You now create with a purpose and intention. You create from a place of awareness, of consciousness, and a focus on the moment at hand. You recognize when you’re stuck in a preoccupation with the past or a fear of the future. You are here, now, and create in an entirely new way.
Our Mindset Coaching journey together most likely began because something in your life went wrong. Something, or someone, changed and that change was a real source of great discomfort to you. As we’ve worked together through the process of “Coping with Change,” “Wrestling with Resistance,” “Connecting with Your Deeper Truth,” “Awakening to New Choice” and now, “Creating New Outcomes,” you’ve come to a place of peace and personal power. You’ve come to know what you want and how to take the steps to begin to create anew. Congratulations to You!!
To see if a Mindset Coaching relationship with me is right for you, please feel free to listen to the podcast on my “Home” tab. More information about my approach to coaching can be found in the “Private Coaching” tab. You may also view 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!