People ask me often what coaching is like.
It’s hard to put into words.
There’s the practical side of coaching where we use a structured framework and tools to guide the sessions.
But there’s something so much deeper that happens with coaching.
In some ways, I’m like a trail guide.
I know this part of the path well. I’ve traversed it a few times, and have studied it extensively.
I meet you exactly where you are on the path.
I walk with you, asking questions and observing how it unfolds.
I’m there to gently guide, but you are ultimately leading.
Because you already know the way.
And that is the magical part.
When we get below the stories, the frustrations, the “smallness” of our everyday worries, a more true version of yourself emerges.
It’s the part of you that has a deep knowing, untouched by all the external noise.
It’s been there all along, and is ready to guide you further.
We do the work to meet that part of you each session.
We get to know this part of you well. It’s filled with wisdom and grace.
And it knows exactly what to do next.
Soon enough, there is little difference between your deep knowing and your day-to-day living.
And the path continues, in a new and beautiful way.
Walking this path isn’t easy. Thankfully, we don’t have to do it alone.