As a coach and thought partner there are two truths I pay close attention to. One suggests our lives are more rewarding when we have someone with whom we can share our uncertain passions, private disappointments, and sacred triumphs. The other suggests we deserve at least one someone with whom we can have soul-searching 2:00 a.m. conversations. These are the two truths I honor in my work and my life.
Life is better when we have people in our lives with whom we can really talk.
Successful journeys, especially those that are long and complex, require good company.
These two truths tell us that a coach or a thought partner can’t be just anybody, a here today, gone tomorrow friend. Rather, he or she must be someone trustworthy. Someone who knows how important it is for them to really be with you through the full breadth, depth, and length of your most important learning journeys. If you're looking for bold connections and brilliant explorations with a coach who sees these two truths as an essential part of the journey, I'd be honored to partner with you.