Personal, Business and Relationship Coaching
Have a deep desire to grow?
Long for deeper relationships?
Wish you could restore broken relationships?
Or just want relationships?
Wish you could communicate better?
Want to develop better habits?
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Want to grow your business?
Want to become a better leader or manager?
Want to move up in your career?
Do you like the idea of meeting with a group of people who have the same desire to grow and where you can find support, accountability and inspiration?
As a growth coach, I am now offering a program where you don't have to pay for 1 on 1 coaching/consulting. You can receive the same guidance and principles in weekly Growth Group sessions for a fraction of the price.
The Astonishing Growth Program is a monthly subscription to attend weekly Zoom meetings. In the meetings I will cover a principle that is applicable for all ages and all areas of life. You will be able to share your observations and you will learn and grow not only from what I have to share but from others as they share their own learning and growing experience. No more than ten people will take part in each Growth Group.
This type of growth is not for the faint of heart. It will require honest self evaluation and discipline to fully experience personal growth and satisfaction in the program.
I have seen lives dramatically transformed and believe in the program so much that I offer a 30 day money back guarantee. If after the first thirty days you find the Astonishing Growth Groups not beneficial, you can can your subscription and request your money back.
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Growth Groups will be starting March 8th and will be available Mondays 10 AM PST, Tuesdays 1 PM PST and Thursdays 10 AM PST. Click the link below to be taken to our Shopify page to register.
I coached competitive fastpitch softball for over sixteen years. I worked with young women from 14 to 18 years of age that had a desire to play at the collegiate level. This involved spending many hours a week with them for seasons that last a year as we practiced and traveled together to out of state tournaments.
I joined one team midway through their season as an assistant coach. There was one player in particular, a high school freshman, that didn't get much playing time and wasn't well liked by her teammates.
Her high school Sophomore season she was still not getting much playing time and not well liked by her teammates. She was not chosen for team captain, much to her disappointment, and she did not make her high school varsity team. Our head coach had been working with her on her attitude with little improvement.
In the middle of her sophomore season her mother asked me for private hitting lessons for her daughter. We started meeting once a week in our practice facility. During one of those sessions, as I sat on my bucket tossing her balls to hit into the net, she started venting to me her frustrations. Why didn't she get voted to be team captain? Why didn't she make her high school varsity team? How can she get recruited to play in college?
After quietly listening to her I asked her, "Do you really want the answer to those questions because I can help you but you really have to be willing to do the work and it's not about more practice reps. It's about you."
She answered, "I really do want it."
From that day forward when we met for hitting lessons the majority of our time was spent talking about what it means to be a teammate, what it takes to be voted team captain by your teammates, what it takes to get recruited to play in college and what it takes to make it in life.
The principles we used to make our company successful, that I observed other individuals and organizations use to make them successful and fulfilled and that I was working on applying in my own life, I started introducing to her.
As a few months went by a transformation started to occur and it was proven when a teammate of hers in a conversation with me mentioned how much she had changed, how much she enjoyed being around her and how she would vote for her to be a team captain if we were to vote again.
Her junior season she was voted team captain, became one of the most beloved players on the team, made her high school varsity team AND was the FIRST player on our team to be recruited to play in college (she was in the middle of the pack in terms of her skill set). Her high school coach acknowledge to her how impressed she was with her transformation and the college coaches said it was because of her attitude on the field and off the field that caught their attention. Oh ... and she did hit her first home run.
After the first session with a new client I will give them something to focus on until our next session. For this young man it was to simply "Be" with people.
He had a lot of anxiety and frustration when people didn't do things the way he thought they should be done, or slower than he would have done it because they were still learning. In fact, quite often he found himself leaving the room. Or, if someone was "venting" about their work or a relationship, etc., he always had a solution but became frustrated if they didn't follow his advice.
I challenged him to just "Be" with people. Love them for who they are. Not to always have an answer. When they do something quirky or in a way that he wouldn't have done it, focus on appreciating his time with them and how that makes them unique.
BE in the moment with them because we aren't promised tomorrow and today may be you last time with them.
Rather than waiting the week for our next session, he emailed me two days after our session and shared that when focused on being completely present with people he was able to heal a relationship that had been rocky for months.