I believe People want to make an impact.

In some of my hardest times, coaches are what helped me through. And whether it was a mental coach, a running coach or a strength coach – they gave me the tools and resources to move forward, to where I am today. As I continue my journey, my coaches are still a big part of my life today. And they continue to push me, to challenge me and to make me a better version of myself.

As your coach I will always remain curious and ask you questions to gain clarity. Curiosity grows vulnerability. Together, they ask and answer some of life’s toughest questions. 

how coaching can impact your journey

The steps to any goal involve a community. We simply can not do it alone. Nor should we have to. I don’t believe in any one way to do anything. I believe in the way that works for you. I don’t follow any one particular methodology, I follow curiosity. In my experience, curiosity leads into vulnerability, and in some cases discomfort. You can have a life coach and never talk about business, but you can not have a business coach and never talk about life. Because how we show up in life will affect our relationships in business. And ultimately affect our success 

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Online Self-Directed

There is a point where your business is ready to go online. And at that point, you are going to need some technical skills. Even though I coach the human that owns and operates the business, the business sometimes needs some TLC. These self-directed courses will show you the way to operate with Google, and how to remain search friendly.

Some things that I have found helpful on my journey.

This is the work of Daniel Siegal. If you want to optimize your brain and create well being in your business (and life) then start right here.

  1. Focus Time: closely focus on tasks at hand, no distractions and a lot of brain power.
  2. Playtime: be creative, spontaneous and playful. Make new brainwaves.
  3. Connecting: connect with others. Appreciate the relationships you have built.
  4. Physical time: movement strengthens the brain.
  5. Time In: reflect internally, focus on your 5 sensations with a mind body scan. *see the next tab.
  6. Downtime: let your brain wander, relax, try not to focus on one specific thing.
  7. Sleep time: rest your body and brain.

This was something that was introduced to me by my therapist. Living in the moment is a muscle that you need to strengthen, and the mind body scan will help you with that.

  1. Hear: what do you hear in the moment?
  2. See: what can you see from where you are?
  3. Feel: what can you feel on you? Maybe the wind, or the warmth of your clothing.
  4. Smell: what can you smell in the moment?
  5. Taste: what can you taste?

This is something taught to me by my husband, and fellow performance coach Vince Fowler. The space between an event and your response is power. This is your power, and the power to choose your reaction, your response, how you speak to someone, the tone of your email. However you look at it, this space is where you hold the power. Once you respond, the power has shifted.

Boundaries are the distance at which you love yourself as much as you love the person you are setting them with. When you set boundaries, explain up front what is ok which is sometimes missed in boundary setting. Here’s an example: It’s ok to not agree with me, it’s not ok to ridicule my ideas and beliefs.