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Happy 2019~ Reflection Questions

The new year often feels like a fresh start and in my coaching practice clients are ready to set intentions. As you know, I’m a big fan of being intentional! And yet, it is the dark of winter and we are still recovering from the busy holiday season. In other words, now is a time to move more slowly, not dash into big goals. I encourage my clients to use this time to mindfully reflect on the 2018 so that their inner knowing can illuminate what needs to be shed, changed and created for 2019.








If that sounds nourishing to you, here are some reflection questions to get you started (self-select all that apply):

  1. What was the biggest lesson for me in 2018?
  2. In what areas did I experience growth?
  3. What were my biggest disappointments and challenges?
  4. What do I still need to grieve and release from last year?
  5. If last year was a story and I was a central character, how would I describe myself?
  6. What did I take part in that was bigger than myself last year? What impact did I have?
  7. Who needed me? Who did I show up for?
  8. What do I hope is different in 2019?
  9. Which habits or behaviors could I change that would help me be more the self I hope to be? What is the very first small step I can take?
  10. What does my community need from me this year? How can I resource myself enough to show up fully?
By |2019-01-08T12:14:06+00:00January 8th, 2019|change, clarity, Personal Growth|0 Comments

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I really do understand what it feels like to lose your way. Because I have lived through the dark moments of self-doubt and hit the walls of seemingly impossible obstacles, I am even more passionate about seeing my clients thrive. There is nothing more inspiring to me than helping others deeply connect to their own meaningful purpose. I believe that everyone has an inner wisdom that can guide them to be their most true, creative and fulfilled self. In our coaching sessions, we explore that together. In the past 15 years, my life has changed so much. I have a life partner who is a writer/photographer/journalist and together we had a second son, now ten years old. I have a close relationship with my grown son; we love to hit the ski mountain together and we have long talks about most everything. If you are looking for an collaborator who can understand your hardships and hold a vision with you of your possibilities, I would love to be your Life and Career Coach!

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