We were like two bright paper lamps, linked together by tinsel decorations; testament to our connection as coach and coachee, and also to the growth that we’ve both bore witness to in each other’s lives.
I was proud to share all the various yay-moments and accomplishments and learnings with Doreen as we met up for lunch to catch up. And she was glad to share how everything has been, and some of her interesting recent initiatives to grow her coaching experience.
I am still in awe of the potential of coaching to transform lives – she was a stay home mum for 15years, and now she is building a Life outside of her family so that its all balanced, complementary, whole, and complete. So amazed, and inspiring to be able to be part of her growth through receiving coaching.
Coaching is a journey of self-discovery. You’ll find out things about yourself that you never knew before: the good, the bad, the ugly, the unwanted, and the unknown.
And you’ll learn – who you are in relation to who you can be.
Looking forward to starting (or rather, continuing) my coaching developmental journey… my aim, to be a better coach so that I can better help people achieve their dreams and their best possible life.
Awareness Questions: what have I learnt in the past few months? And how will that change the way I show up in Life? What might I do differently?