As a recruiter since 1990, my days are filled with helping people with crucial life decisions related to their careers.
My many years of recruiting experiences have given me the opportunity to hone my skills to help you gain the clarity essential to make life-changing decisions.
Almost everyone is very familiar with SmartPhones these days. Even though we may have the same make and model as our spouse or friend, if you look at theirs, it may seem very un-familiar.
Life can be this way too. We all come with the same software, but we program and write the code for our own lives. We get to be the author of, the protagonist, and sometimes, even the enemy in our own story.
Coaching is a highly effective way to get an unbiased and candid third party to help you re-write your code. To discover your own answers, gain clarity, and achieve your fullest potential.
Thinking along these lines, we can incorporate the teachings of Tony Robbins’ Six Human Needs; these are the “apps” that are driving our decisions which are the software/story of your life.
I decided to become a Certified Life Coach as I have an unyielding desire to help people in the spheres of life in which they want to grow. After much research, RMT Core 100 gives the solid foundation necessary for you to see lasting and tangible changes. Although coaching can also be about enlisting someone to brainstorm with you, or maybe it clarifies all the options available to you in any stage of life. There are many reasons to enlist the help of a Life Coach.
I regularly attend seminars and workshops for my own personal growth and to improve my knowledge and understanding of other people. One example is taking regular week long yoga intensives with Tias Little in Santa Fe, NM. Although yoga is the focus, he does have his Masters degree in Eastern Philosophy, and he's a profound teacher here as well. One lasting habit from those weeks is daily meditation....since 2011!
My appetite for learning seems insatiable, and I want to be able to share my experience to help you with your personal growth.