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"Tell me, what is it you plan to do with your one wild and precious life?"

              

                                                                                                                                        -Mary Oliver

I really love that quote! It moves me. It reminds me that this is my one life and I am responsible for it. Period. 

 

No matter what is happening on the outside, I still have the power to affect how I feel, how I react, and what actions I take. I had my own big challenge with being a physician you can read about here. I felt betrayal and disillusionment with medicine and was on the verge of leaving at one point.  And of course, I have had other challenges. That is life. But, it is never really about the experiences or situations themselves. It is how we interpret those experiences and situations--our thoughts, feelings and beliefs--that make up the fabric of our lives and affect our ability to create change.

 

Whether it is reacting differently to stress, living with more authenticity, taking better care of ourselves and/or our families, finding more joy in our careers or relationships, changing our habits or use of time, or anything else you long for, we can often find our path to what we want by deeply connecting to our values and desires and becoming conscious of the stories we are telling ourselves. This frees us up to step beyond our self limiting boundaries and create change.  

Sometimes, that is not easy to do on your own and working with a coach can facilitate transformation. This is done through inquiry and exercises to uncover your deepest values and desires, look at your internal dialogue, set goals and action steps and be held accountable. No one knows you better than yourself. Yet, sometimes we each need to be asked the right questions and given the right tools to clearly see what we really want, what is holding us back, what skills we need to acquire and how to create the changes we long for.  I will provide that for you while offering support along the way. While you are ultimately in charge, coaching is a trusted partnership working in collaboration to reach your goals.

 

There are many different types of coaches and styles but a key component of success is the personal connection. Contact me for a complimentary 

conversation to discuss this further and see if we are mutually aligned.  (No sales pitchy lines and no pressure!)