A renewed sense of confidence.

“What was it you got out of coaching? “A greater perspective. Learning that I have the ability to guide myself.  Along with this came a renewed sense of confidence in myself, that I already know the answers to my own questions.”

What were the tangible results? “I find that I’m now able to ask helpful “Kenji-type” questions so that I move beyond racing thoughts and worries to a place that’s more productive. I’ve been able to guide myself more steadily through situations that would have been difficult for me to deal with in the past.”

What is it that I do? “Kenji listens with rigor and heart. He is able to listen to the words I share, but he also listens to the other messages that are embedded in the words. Because he listens in this deep way, he’s then able to ask questions that get us to the root of our concerns rather than focusing on the superficial level of our worries.” ~ Henry F. 

Yelp Testimonials!

Yelp has many of these testimonials (23 in total) and one’s I’ve been too lazy 😉 to re-post here. If you scroll down in Yelp there are the “recommended” reviews and “10 other reviews that are currently not recommended” as their algorithm thinks they’re fake. You be the judge!

Thank you!

– Kenji

Hire this man.  Now.  Really.

Hire this man.  Now.  Really. Here’s my take on why: I couldn’t have asked for a better catalyst for positive change in my life than Kenji, and my engaging him has reaped countless benefits: in my attitude, productivity, and day to day habits.  The entire process has led to a markedly improved way of being, and of moving through life: in fundamentally life-changing ways I could barely have guessed would materialize when I started. I’ve moved, literally, from living in a studio apartment, to following my dream of traveling the world as a catalyst for change. 

Throughout, Kenji has been a fount of knowledge, and has demonstrated an uncanny knack of providing me with just the right tailored resources, and at just the right time.  And, though Kenji himself would say that it’s me that had to show up to do the work, he was a true partner and unerring guide, in the very essence of what needed doing, and when, to improve (and then cement) the very foundation that could then lead to my growth, and my continuing growth.

One of the things that Kenji introduced me to that has resonated most is that there are really only four rules to life: show up, pay attention, tell the truth, and don’t be attached to the outcome. – David W. 

Kenji is a fantastic coach.

“Kenji is a fantastic coach. Kenji has the highest regard for his clients, has a hugely positive and supportive approach. He has helped me make lots of great positive changes in some well-entrenched negative patterns.” – Rick F.

Don’t give up!  Call Kenji.

“I honestly don’t really understand how Kenji does what he does, but he’s very, very good at it.  I have been so much more productive and happier at work and the rest of my life since working with him. Plus, he’s kind, funny and very insightful.” – Deborah H. (single mom)

Stop screwing around.

“When I started with Kenji I was totally overwhelmed – now I’m feel more on top of everything and am much more productive in getting things done. What’s more my clients are happier and I have different tools and techniques to use when I hit a wall. Kenji’s coaching helped me find creative ways to externalize, be more productive, and get myself out of being thrown off track. Hire him. Stop screwing around.” – Manish C.

 

“I did what he suggested that I do: fire him.”

“When I started with Kenji I was totally overwhelmed – now I’m feel more on top of everything and am much more productive in getting things done. What’s more my clients are happier and I have different tools and techniques to use when I hit a wall. Kenji’s coaching helped me find creative ways to externalize, be more productive, and get myself out of being thrown off track.

Ultimately I did what he suggested that I do: fire him. His goal is to get you out of coaching and learn to “fish” for yourself. Not only did I fire him but I hired the coach he referred me to!

Hire him. Stop screwing around.”

– Manish C.

 

I’ve been able to grow our company 60%.

“You’re a kick ass coach. No, not a rah, rah, “get out there and get it done” type coach. I mean kick ass in the way that you have a gentle yet powerful way of helping me see the best in myself. Also, in the way that you have helped me design simple structures in my life that help me be more focused, more effective and – most importantly – more fulfilled. From that, I’ve been able to grow our company 60 percent over the past two years (and we’ve been in business for 11 years), and I’ve achieved some pretty cool goals ranging from getting our family trust in legal order, to learning how to walk on my hands. I am grateful for your insights, powerful questions, tips, ideas and most importantly, how well you hold up the mirror so I don’t fool myself for too long.”

Gratefully, Rich Fettke – Master Certified Coach – Owner, Real Wealth Network & Author of Extreme Success

Challenged me to look inward for answers.

“Kenji’s fully present and intensely authentic support challenged me to look inward for answers that I didn’t know we’re already there; his coaching and homework assignments (reading, observing) have brought more power and efficacy to the work I do with my clients because I’m finally able to be present with me … he’s amazing and inspiring … hire him!” ~ Kelly C.

Move past my blockages.

What was it you got out of coaching? “I felt supported in helping me move past my blockages and celebrating successes. It was beneficial to have you there while I discovered powerful breakthroughs. I had a partner to celebrate with, and to work with. What were the tangible results? “I was able to try new strategies and not be too invested in the outcomes. Because of your coaching I get more work done, and it’s far less painful!” What is it that I do? “You ask useful and knowledge based questions that helped me find strategies to work with myself in the present, and to move toward becoming the person I want to be.” ~ Jaime Becker, PHd