What happens in the discovery session? You'll get 30 minutes of totally free, no-strings-attached coaching.
Here's what that looks like: you tell me a little bit about yourself and why you're here. I listen carefully and ask questions to find out more about who you are and what you want. As we talk, I do my best to guide you to your deeper wisdom for a real "aha" moment that comes from you. You might identify an area of resistance that you didn’t realize you had, or open up to new potential that you didn’t see before. The discovery session is the beginning of a deeper exploration of self and possibility.
In the last 15 minutes, after you experience some coaching, I'll be able to answer your questions about my coaching practice.
How do you know if coaching is for you? You might be interested in exploring coaching if you're looking for clarity about what you want.
Are you going to stick with the job you have or start a new career? Move to a small town and buy a house or put everything in storage and travel around the world? Both things could be wonderful! Crossroads moments like this can leave you stuck in a state of indecision, unsure of the best path forward.
Or maybe you know what you want already, but it scares you a little bit, and you're not quite sure how to get it.
Wrapping your mind around a big goal like writing a book can feel paralyzing. Making a big change, like dating again after a long-term relationship, can be daunting. You really, really want to write that book (or meet someone special), but somehow you keep coming up with reasons to put it off.
Any of these situations sound familiar?
Coaching is a way to guide you out of that stuck place, to a place of clarity and deeper self-knowledge. I'm interested in helping you to align your life with your most authentic self.
It may not seem like it now, but you do have the answers within you. Sometimes we just need another person to show us what we already know, deep down.
It can be challenging to understand how coaching works if you've never had a session. That's why I offer people the opportunity to try it out for free, to see if it's a good fit.