Our greatest challenges reside in the deep. I can help you explore that unknown space.
I guide you through a process with specific goals over a time frame that you and I agree to. Our journey is unlike conventional modes of self-discovery, which are often episodic and tepid lacking resolution.
Through co-creating a shift in how you perceive, live and affect those closest to you, we will explore pathways of new meaning, new language, and new conversations with possibilities of completeness that heretofore seemed impossible.
Is this where you are now?
One day my life will be better, … get fixed, I will have arrived at…, my spouse will …, my work will …, my children will …, others will …
How will things ever be different?
OUR WORK TOGETHER AND ITS SUCCESS relies upon your commitment to be open, honest and willing.
CAVEAT: The need for leadership shows up in all aspects of life. Yet, most leaders lack real courage. I see this all the time. And it’s too bad because this space is where leadership at all levels takes hold, life changes and the new beginnings are discovered. WHERE ARE YOU?
MY PURPOSE is helping others live consciously in order to find the new beginnings.
We are prisoners of stories about ourselves that we create along the way and others created for us through no fault of our own. We make assumptions passively while allowing others to attach their perceptions of us to us as who we are. We become caught in rackets and avoid facing our truth at all costs by unwittingly wrapping ourselves in these attachments. MY METHODOLOGY discovers breakthroughs to find that life greater than we imagined.
NOTE: I act in an advisory role and not always within the constraints of a coach or ‘life-coach’.
MY INSPIRATION is our second oldest daughter Martha who passed away suddenly and unexpectedly in her sleep from natural causes. She was 23. Though quiet and shy she brought profound spiritual and emotional impact into the lives of hundreds. Despite her inherent shyness she was courageous, though I don’t think she knew that. As for me, I was busy ‘being’ a parent. Lost in illusion of what I thought was supposed to be, I existed inside my assumptions of myself in Martha’s life, missing the wholeness that Martha had achieved. Only in the aftermath with collaborative help did I realize that Martha had become the most successful person I have ever known. And thus began my journey.