CIRCUMSTANCES CHOOSING YOUR PATH? CHOOSE YOUR OWN PATH WITH...
A coach is a partner in achieving goals, a champion during a turnaround, a trainer in communication and life skills, your sounding board when making choices, and your partner in living the life you know you're ready for, personally and professionally.
--- Thomas Leonard, founder, Coach University
Who are you?
What do you want?
How are you going to get it?
Coaching can move you to action and help you define and realize your goals. Professional coaching is an ongoing partnership that helps clients produce fulfilling results in their personal and professional lives. Through the process of coaching, clients deepen their learning, improve performance and enhance the quality of their lives. As your coach, I will walk beside you as you take those first steps toward the purposeful life you only now desire!
The Discovery Phase of our coaching relationship will inform you of the level of balance in your life, your values, your preferences and your inner GPS. Gaining clarity in what's next in your life is a natural byproduct of this phase. The beginning steps emerge and you begin to take intentional action. And, yes, it can be scary to make the necessary changes to become the best version of yourself, to step out of the status quo in service of your life's purpose. In our coaching process you will learn soothing techniques that instantly center you in the present moment and support you in reaching your goals.
To determine if coaching is the right fit for you, contact me for a consultation, especially if you cannot answer these questions. I look forward to serving you!
Emily Cameron, CPCC, PCC
Two roads diverged in a wood, and I-- I took the one less traveled by, And that has made all the difference.
- from The Road Less Taken by Robert Frost
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William Arthur Ward