I didn’t wake up one day and decide to become a coach. Coaching chose me.
For years, people asked me to work with them in a coaching or mentoring capacity, and I turned them away!
Honestly, I just didn’t really understand how it could work as a business — to charge people for something that I did so naturally.
It took working with other coaches, and finding an approach that really worked for me, to feel like I was willing to call myself a professional coach and offer my services.
Today, I serve as an Ambassador to Evercoach, a private online mastermind for coaches around the world, and as the Director of Connection for the events and intensives held by my own coach, Rich Litvin.
Coaching can be an isolating practice. It can be a challenging business model. And it pushes us, constantly, to be exploring our own edges and doing our own work.
You cannot coach in a bubble. No coach should be without a coach.
In addition to supporting coaches in these larger group environments, I also work with a limited number of coaches in an apprentice capacity.
Contact me and tell me:
Where are you in your practice? Where do you want to be? And what’s holding you back?
I will review, and set up a time for us to speak. I know many coaches who practice with skill and integrity — if we are not a fit, I am happy to refer you to someone.