I love to coach Creative Entrepreneural Types: we’re professionals and entrepreneurs who think out of the box, are busy and successful, multiply talented, usually quite active, and wizards at work … and we want more Yum & less Yuck.
Many of my clients combine issues related to their business and lives into every session; they use coaching to further the projects & habits that are moving them towards more balance and success. Some of them identify as “having” ADHD, many don’t, but all of them want more out of life and are ready to be accountable to take the steps necessary to think and act differently.
So, what is your coaching?
The coaching I do is specific to creating new simple habits that keep you from chasing your own tail, being uncertain about your life goals, and creating a gut sense of wonder and what you’ll accomplish. It’s a combination of daily actions check in’s and using tools, tips, and tricks to create “externalized scaffolding.”
I use the CoActive Training Institutes model of holding powerful space, asking simple but probing questions, and helping you create weekly accountability that moves you into success.
It’s Life and Business coaching through the lens of CET. Meaning I keep my coaching clients to the kind of CET’s who inspire themselves and the world.
Why should I trust you? How do I get to know you?
I offer an opportunity for you to receive 20 minutes of my best coaching (even if I have a waiting list). No pressure, no sales, just help. Please contact me by setting up a free call, (or emailing me) and bring your biggest problem I will bring my best coaching!
So why ADHD?
It’s where I got my start in coaching, except, I was being coached. In 2005 I had come to the understanding that I was the Entrepreneurial Type, and I realized that labeling myself “ADHD” was alright with me. I’d been a site manager for a successful start up, a non-profit merger consultant, a community organizer, and was running my own mini-IT consulting (out of studio apartment!).
In my frustration my intuition took me to find a coach who specialized in ADHD. Unbeknownst to me I was coaching with the partner of Kate Kelly, who co-wrote “You Mean I’m Not Lazy, Crazy, or Stupid?”
Within the next 2 years I’d been coached, studied coaching with Kate, became her friend and colleague, changed my own behaviors, and took up coaching others. I spent another 2 years being coached, and a year (in 2011) studying at the CoActive Training Institute. I can confidently tell you that I love being The Creative Entrepreneurial Type and that my life and businesses are organized and grounded.