I’ve had the great privilege of working in magazines and newspapers, both as a reporter and editor, for more than three decades.
That career gave me thousands of different perspectives on an equal number of topics—points of view I’d never have considered if I hadn’t spent time with people from so many walks of life.
I realized early on that people easily shared their deeper concerns with me—thoughts and feelings that moved beyond the interview that initially brought us together.
So I learned how to listen. To details. To notice the rich nuances of what it is to be human. To analyze and excavate people’s thinking. To observe and to feel both what was said and not said.
I chose to expand my work and became a coach a few years ago. And that decision has not just helped others—it’s also helped me in remarkable ways. I’ve learned from every person I’ve ever worked with.
After all, we’re really all here to learn from one another. And even more importantly, to help one another.
Subtle shifts in thinking=perception changes=renewed enthusiasm
Therapy is about looking back, but coaching is about moving forward. People that are committed to change and want accountability hire a coach to help them reach personal and professional goals.
If you’re ready to move forward, then I hope you’ll contact me.
It would be my honor to assist you in your process.
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