The most difficult work many professionals do… is getting someone else to agree with their point of view and take action. The second most difficult work professionals do is developing a point of view in the first place. – Seth Godin
Coaches ‘get’ people to (see their true) point of view and take action.
We do this by:
meeting you where you are now;
asking you powerful questions about who you are and what you really want;
asking you to look in your “scary” places;
creating a space where you can think expansively;
insisting on your greatness;
walking our talk;
helping you break your Dream down into a Project and chunking down your Project into what you can do today, tomorrow and this week;
being relentlessly curious;
challenging your story about why you “can’t;”
supporting you every step of the way;
calling you on your bull-sh!t and excuses;
listening deeply, both to what you say and what you don’t;
helping you leverage your strengths, talents and skills;
believing there’s a way and uncovering what’s stopping you;
being a collaborative developmental partner;
going deep, over and over;
acknowledging your past accomplishments and recent achievements;
asking you what you do to keep what you want out of your life (yup . . . read that one carefully);
sometimes offering stories, strategies, perspectives and resources that can help; and
believing in you and your Vision before you do.
Because our point-of-view is that whatever you truly want, you can be, do and have.