Someone broke into my car last night.
I reacted completely differently than I would have a year ago.
After that initial shock, it was weird – I felt like a Buddhist monk – very calm and clear. I didn’t want this to ruin my day.
I was self-coaching automatically.
Like learning how to drive a car or tie your shoes, the skills I teach in my coaching program eventually become habitual.
We tend to give people and circumstances, outside of our control, power over how we feel or respond.
You can learn how to manage your emotional life differently, so you show up in ways that serve you best.
Unfortunately, that doesn’t happen from reading my blogs (thank you!) and all the self-development books. Although increased awareness is great, you must APPLY these insights to your own life, to your specific situations, to ignite actionable change.
That’s where I come in. I coach you through whatever you are struggling with and teach you how to self-coach in any situation. It’s powerful work.
If you’re feeling stuck or drained, despite learning ALL the things, you don’t have to do this alone.