Need some help with the things that really matter?
Maybe you could use a thought partner – someone who asks questions and actually listens, who guides you in sorting through your thoughts and developing workable action steps, and holds you accountable to getting them done. That’s coaching.
Wait . . .You’re an organizer and a coach?
It may seem funny, but the two services really go hand-in-hand. Good organizers listen nonjudgmentally, demonstrate empathy and understanding, and appreciate their clients as creative, resourceful and whole individuals; these are really coaching skills! Coaching is a natural compliment to helping people get their physical spaces in order; it’s a way to get your internal spaces in order. It especially appeals to me because it creates change that lasts. When people come up with ideas that work for them, new systems have a lot more traction than if I just tell them to do something a certain way.
Already having a background in counseling, I’ve honed my coaching skills through 2 years of coach training in pursuit of an ACC credential through the International Coaching Federation. Helping you sort through and find clarity in your life and what really matters is my mission as a coach.
How does it work?
When we’re working together, we’ll meet by phone or video call weekly, for 55 minute sessions. In each structured session, we will focus on a specific topic that relates to the your overall goal for coaching. At the end of each session, you walk away with concrete, actionable steps to take toward achieving your goal.
Think you’re ready for coaching?
Answer a few questions and find out.
Are you ready to get clarity around the things that really matter?
Let’s talk about how you can develop new awareness about what you want and how to get it.
Sara Cummings, M.A.