Chances are you have heard about “life coaching” or “executive coaching”. I first learned about this type of coaching shortly after graduating from college back in the 90s. I found the value proposition compelling, given I had grown up playing sports and experienced first-hand the benefits of coaching. However, at that time, I was just getting underway with my financial advisory practice so I put aside the idea of pursuing coaching as a vocation.
Over the years, I have participated in a number of personal development programs, read self-help books and experienced first-hand the benefits of life coaching.
In fact, in the early 2000s I crafted a self-help book titled The Future Scrapbook - Having the Design of Your Life. At that time in my life, I was in full swing into American adulthood, married, living in Silicon Valley during dot com 1.0, founder of a startup, traveling the world, living the dream, as you might say.
I still have my laminated daily affirmation from Think and Grow Rich. It was filled with pursuits and possessions, intertwined with philanthropic intentions, fatherly aspirations and entrepreneurial success.
My life lived and the path envisioned share little in common. Those early visions were driven more by thoughts in my head, not my inner-voice. Culturally, those visions made sense. But for me, I was wearing a mask, not listening to my inner-voice to understand, appreciate, and be at peace with the life I wanted to live.
So here I am at a time in my life where I am listening to better understand what I value, what matters to me, and the way I want to live my life.
For me, offering the service of coaching is an opportunity to provide others like you with the gift of generous and empathetic listening, helping you listen well enough to better understand what you value, what matters to you so that your life begins to mirror your inner-voice.
I offer Transitional Life Coaching. Life is a series of transitions. Humans are not still and stationary but fluid and ever changing. The degree to which we grant ourselves the freedom to change impacts the peace and harmony we feel within ourselves and our community.
I have experienced success and failure in life. I have learned to use my losses and disappointments as opportunities for change and transformation. I have come to terms with my values, what matters to me, how I want to experience life.
If you are ready to let go of the chase, the pursuit of having, wanting and needing and are ready to let go and transition to a new way of being and want a partner, someone who will listen and be a clearing for you, then let’s talk. Perhaps I can contribute to your personal transition.
Send me a message through my website or contact me directly and let’s see if I can be of support to you.