Some of the best days are those when a client reaches the end of a programme, and tells me they’re not going to renew.
When I hear things like “I’m good” or “I’m in a good place” or “I got this”, and they want to go ahead alone.
When that happens, I smile, because in the end it’s my job to get fired.
Coaching isn’t like some kinds of therapy, where the process implies you stay for years on end.
No, a coach is there to take you to a certain level, and once you get there?
At that point you no longer need me.
And then you get to fly solo, baby.
So that happened this week: client graduated, I celebrated.
Meaning, there’s a spot opening up in my calendar for the near future.
Let me know if you’ve been thinking of levelling up, and you’re ready to do it.
Comes a time when enough is enough, and you are ready to make changes.
Is that you?
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