Beginning a coaching relationship starts with your own individual, very personal desire to figure out what your discontent is all about. Here are some real life case studies of my clients. A common thread – they each made the choice to invest in their wellness, get curious about their discontent and believe what they envisioned for themselves was possible.

Client – male, early 30’s – was enjoying life and making progress in his professional career working within his father’s business. He loved the work, yet was feeling the urge to make the move to build his own practice in a different city. He was concerned about how that would be received by his father as the plan had been for him to just work there and eventually take over. With some coaching conversations, the client gained confidence and clarity and was able to express his dream with gratitude and appreciation. He has now been on his on for over a year.

Client – male, mid 50’s – had an extremely hectic. He had many professional opportunities demanding his attention while also navigating challenging emotional situations in his personal life. To say he was spinning multiple plates at one time is an understatement. When we were introduced, he was ready to unpack the discontent, grab the reigns and invite more peace into his life.
Client – female, mid 40’s – was feeling unsettled, knowing a professional move was imminent but uncertain about what that move would or could look like. She was also incredibly fearful of making the ‘wrong’ decision. Although coaching was uncomfortable at first and challenged her traditional thinking, she began exploring ideas and options during sessions and set some boundaries for herself. Opportunities soon presented themselves.
Client, female, late 30’s – had become more and more discontent with her career decision after years of working as an engineer. She was feeling frustrated, sad and confused, believing she was stuck in that career due to investing so much to obtain that degree. When she began coaching, she dove right in and soon realized she actually did have a choice – she wanted to be a nurse. Coaching provided her with validation, guidance and encouragement to go back to school to become a registered nurse and fulfill a desire she always had to help people. She is now a nurse and one semester away from becoming a Nurse Practitioner.
Client, female, late 20’s – was in the midst of beginning a successful career in public education administration, yet something was unsettled for her. By most accounts, she was living a ‘successful’ life; however, she was far from feeling fulfilled – her dream and vision: earn her Master’s degree in Education and create an organization to support students and families by laying solid foundations within the public education system. She now has that Masters in Education from Harvard and is the founder and CEO of designEDengagemnt, PBC a Latina-Owned education consulting company, serving clients nationwide to improve outcomes for students.
Client – male, late 30’s – his sports chiropractic office was vastly expanding with new patients, which lead to new employees and, subsequently, new challenges. He was encountering many roadblocks, most of which originated in his own head, that were holding him back from carrying out his vision for not only his practice, but his whole life. He found coaching tremendously helpful through the transition, accessing new perspectives and strategies to overcome these self-imposed roadblocks. And, in addition to his individual coaching, he utilized both group and individual coaching sessions for his employees. This was a huge success, creating opportunities for streamlined communication while highlighting their strengths and bringing awareness to perceived weaknesses.
Client – male, late 50’s – has been successfully growing his company and was looking to promote a current employee to a higher managerial position. Of two potential candidates, his gut was suggesting one who has been with him just over a year, had immense potential in a higher role; the other, whom has been an employee for decades, may struggle with the promotion. He was feeling a sense of obligation to the more senior employee regardless of his presumption of their struggle due to their years as an employee. So, instead of making a decision based on assumptions, he decided to invest in his team and provided coaching for each of them to determine what their own next best role would be. The engagement was a success as the two employees each voiced their individual preferences to the owner and both are now in roles that support continued growth and stability for themselves and the business.

Whole Life Coaching addresses all the moving pieces. Your personal life affects your work, and what happens at work affects your life. Working one on one with me, you will explore the reasons behind your self-doubt and realize the solutions to overcome them. You will gain new tools to create the life you envision for yourself and will stop settling on living life on a surface level.

“The only person you are destined to become is the person you decide to be.”

Ralph Waldo Emerson

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