For me, coaching is a true calling from God. When I asked for a sign, He gave it to me as CLEAR as possible, so I obeyed.
I grew up in a broken family. My mom raised me and my sister as a single parent. My dad left when I was four years old and never saw him again. Life was hard growing up. My mom worked two jobs and was on welfare just to make ends meet. I remember living in such fear of school classmates seeing us at the supermarket and my mom using food stamps to buy groceries. Despite all the odds stacked against us, my mom always taught us to NEVER GIVE UP.
As I grew up, my mom introduced by to Boy Scouts and that helped develop leadership and discipline at a young age. I built those skills throughout high school and then received an appointment to attend the United States Military Academy at West Point. It was there that I began to internalize the true meaning of leadership and accountability.
After graduation, I served five years Active Duty as an Army Ranger and then three additional years in the National Guard. There was nothing more rewarding than leading Soldiers into and out of combat without suffering any fatalities.
Today, I take the same discipline and structure I've walked through in my experience and apply it to the coaching relationship. Your success is directly connected to following the Coaching Process. Most clients operate under the assumption that their current set of circumstances is their true reality. During the coaching process, we will dive deeper into reality, where you will discover self-limiting beliefs, eliminate self-sabotage, and ultimately brainstorm options that will lead you to a way forward.
In our coaching relationship, you are the pilot and I'm your co-pilot. You will be 100% in charge of identifying the topic of each coaching session and I expect you to follow through on what you are asked to be held accountable to. Your best cheerleader and worst critic are the reflections in glass.
First session is complimentary :)