Often, when people think about a coach, a sports team comes to mind. A good coach will help the players on his team learn from the past and encourage them to focus on the future. You will experience a similar thing here.
Coaching is not counseling or psychotherapy, where the focus may be on the past and repairing yourself. It is not mentoring, where you might expect to receive wisdom and advise based on my past successes and failures. Nor is it consulting, when you might want someone to intervene and do the work for you. (Find out more on the Resources page.)
In an effective coaching relationship, we work together to learn from your insights and abilities. Our common purpose is to maximize your potential, with you always in charge. No one will tell you what to do. As your coach, I have the skill and training needed to help you identify, clarify and solidify what you really want in life and business, help you with action plans to get there, and walk with you through the process.