I help curious, introverted thinkers to become proficient in their pursuits.
Do you find that you read a lot of books, listen to a lot of podcasts, and take a lot of classes? And do you find yourself thinking that there’s so much more you could be doing with the knowledge you’ve accumulated?
Do you often feel stressed or anxious about the things you are (or want to be) working towards?
Are you spending a lot of time preparing to do the work but very little time actually doing the work?
You’re not alone.
You already have everything you need to get started. If you want a guide, I am here.
I can help you:
- Identify and overcome distractions.
- Feel calm, competent, and confident.
- Gain clarity and depth in your thinking.
- Feel more understood in your relationships.
- Get out of your head, and into action instead.
- See the opportunities hidden in your blind spots.
- Amplify your imagination and creativity with ease.
- Create a system to keep track of and leverage everything you’ve learned.
- Be of meaningful service to those who matter to you using the knowledge and experience you already have.
I started working on my life coaching certification back in June. As of October, I’m now a certified life coach. Since I started working on this path, I’ve commonly been asked: “What is life coaching?” I’m going to try to explain using an analogy. Suppose you have a camera. One of those fancy ones with a … Continue reading What is life coaching?
When you live intentionally, you get more of what you want, have more meaningful relationships, and feel more fulfilled. So what’s holding you back from being more intentional? Often, it’s hard to live intentionally because we spend so much time on autopilot. We have patterns and habits that have served us in the past. We assume … Continue reading The things that hold us back from living intentionally
Why is it beneficial to be aware of everything flying around in your head? Your thoughts create your experience of the world. Your thoughts shape what information you pay attention to and how you interpret that information. And your thoughts produce feelings in your body. When we’re aware of our thoughts, we can be more … Continue reading The benefits of looking at everything flying around in your head
I’ve always got a lot of books, podcasts, articles, etc., on the go. It’s a habit I’ve picked up over many, many years. And generally, this is seen as a good habit. We’re learning things. It feels like we’re improving and getting better. And there certainly are worse things we could be doing with our time. But … Continue reading Six ways to increase the value of what we learn