A good part of my coaching practice is focused on coaching people in high-stakes professions. But what exactly is a high-stakes profession? To me, it’s a field of work that places an inordinate amount of stress on the professional because of what is at risk for both them and their own clients or consumers if they … Continue reading What are High-Stakes Professions?
I often get asked how it is that I left the practice of law and became a Professional Life Coach—like people can’t believe anyone would leave such a traditionally lucrative career for something barely heard of. Honestly, like most life changes, the process was gradual. But, there was a key day, a key moment, when … Continue reading The Day I Quit
Last week, I finished a three-week commitment to a program called the Ultimate Reset. It was one of the best things I’ve done for myself, ever. I did not initially do this program to lose weight. But I lost 14 pounds — 8% of my starting bodyweight. So why did I do it? Because I … Continue reading My Ultimate Reset
ICF (the International Coach Federation) defines coaching as “partnering with clients in a thought-provoking and creative process that inspires them to maximize their personal and professional potential.” Most of us in the modern, developed world have a buffet of life paths from which to choose. Figuring out which one will best suit us, satisfy our … Continue reading Life Coaching: What is it?
Professional life coaching is still something that’s relatively new. A lot of people these days have heard of it, but don’t really know what it is. And since the coaching session is unique to the client, it can be hard to explain in your typical “elevator pitch”. Because of that, I’m going to do a little … Continue reading Life Coaching: The Benefits