You're here. So that tells me you're interested in reaching for something more.
Whether you choose to work with me or not, I owe it to you to nudge you to figure out what you think you're looking for and why.
What's on your mind that you haven't yet acted on?
What's important to you about that?
How do you think a coach could help you?
What's holding you back?
Maybe you struggle with a cluttered desk and lack of focus.
Or maybe you're you perfectly organized... and perfectly miserable. You need help formulating an escape plan -- and one that won't lead you right back to where you are now.
Maybe you have a big goal that you keep putting off, and you want to make it a priority. Invest in your commitment to making it work.
Whatever your reason, you might ask yourself how working with a coach would be different from doing it alone.
You got through law school. You're smart. You're independent. You're in demand.
So what's it like to work with a coach?
Working with a coach is an investment you make in yourself to help you create exactly what you want. When you commit your time, energy and money to the process and engage in your coaching relationship, you make it real.
I know. That's how I felt when I worked with my first coach. It changed the way I saw myself. I finally had a space where I could talk to someone about what I really wanted. Coaches are trained to help you see your blind spots, ask you questions to help you understand yourself better and help you reach your own conclusions. Coaches help you get unstuck and move into action. They help you take action toward the changes you want to make.
So, what's important to you that isn't getting done?
And how can I help you do that?
I invite you to set up a consult with me. It's free and confidential. I will tell you about how I work with my clients and, if you like, you can tell me what it is that you're keen to accomplish.
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