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Values-Based Approach

The concept of a coaching “approach” is a bit of a misnomer. The true approach is you. And you, quite naturally, will feel more connected and present with a coach that just “gets you.” There’s magic and mystery in this. And also, there are shared values. Below, I share how my values show up in my coaching.

Personal Growth

When signing up for the next personal growth experience comes from a place of feeling inadequate or flawed, this is pleasing disguised as self-improvement. Patriarchy and the self-help industry bank millions from these devaluing beliefs. I collaborate with clients to activate their self-curiosity, shifting their pleaser mindset to one of exploration and discovery. My hope is for us all to fall in love with creating who we are to become.

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Intentionality

When our curiosity is awakened, intention becomes a powerful tool for setting boundaries and running experiments. I encourage clients to engage in deep self-listening so that they hear each inner “no,” resoundingly, like a thud in their awareness. “No” is a beautiful container that allows “yes” to get up and roam freely. Next, as we unleash the expansive power of “yes,” we get to run all kinds of self-discovery experiments that deepen our understanding of our boundaries and the range of our desires.

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Daring Self-Expression

What brings so many to coaching is an unwillingness to tolerate a status quo that has them on autopilot, living in the back-shadows of their life. This is where our saboteurs hang out. Here we struggle not with burnout, but with apathy. When I work with clients, I assist them in a slow and messy process of consciously placing bold self-expression at the center of their life, which can look wildly different from person to person. We do this by harnessing the power of a "yes" to break through fossilized fears of what others think of us and giving full space and voice to the creative soul.

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