Beth’s Approach, Beliefs, & Values

  • Every person deserves to make a living in a way that feeds his or her soul.
  • When you live in a way that is “true to you,” not only do you benefit but your family and friends benefit and the world as a whole benefits.
  • Our mutual goal in coaching is for you to thrive–personally and professionally.
  • “Deep satisfaction in work and life” is a path on which we travel–not an arrival point. Satisfaction can be ours while we are creating new circumstances in our lives.
  • I consider you (my coaching client) to be whole. You are not broken and I do not “fix” you.
  • I want you to be more like you, not more like me.
  • Please “come as you are” to coaching. It is not necessary to figure out something, achieve something, or reach any particular level of clarity before having a session.
  • If procrastination is your greatest challenge, make contacting me be the one thing you get done today. It will likely impact all other areas in which you are procrastinating!
  • You are the expert in the matters of your life.  I do not make your decisions for you or tell you what you should do. Through the coaching process, we generate clarity and reveal options that help you make your decisions.
  • The scope of our conversations may span from the conceptual and visionary (“who do I want to be in this world?”) to the very tangible and practical (“what kind of calendar works best for me?”).
  • My clients tend to be very “values-driven” and have a strong desire (perhaps even requirement) for a meaningful and satisfying life.
  • Many of my clients are self-employed and/or in creative professions. Others find a better fit in a traditional workplace or with a combination of income sources.

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