How about some help with the things that really matter. . .
like What’s Next?
So, you’ve recently retired from a successful career. Or maybe your kids have fledged and you’ve been out of the so-called “work force” for a while. After so many years of living in that identity – leader, parent, CEO, Manager – who are you now? What’s your purpose? Sure, there’s plenty you could be doing, but what would give you the most fulfillment? How best can you use – not just fill up – the (many) years you have left?
If you’re asking yourself these questions, you’ve come to the right place. You have so much more to offer! So much more to bring to the world. It will be my job as your coach to help you sort that out.
As your coach, I will be your thought partner, perspective shifter, and if required, ass-kicker. An ally who asks probing questions and actually listens to your answers. Who guides you in navigating your thoughts and helps you create the steps to get you where you want to go.
Wait . . .You’re an organizer and a coach?
It may seem funny, but the two services really go hand-in-hand. As an organizer, especially one with a background in counseling, I’ve considered it essential to listen without judgment, demonstrate empathy and understanding, and appreciate my clients as creative and resourceful individuals; these are really coaching skills! Coaching is a natural compliment to helping people get their physical spaces in order, 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 they are just told to do something a certain way. When you figure out methods in life that work best for you, especially with the support of someone who’s really rooting for you, you get stuff done!
How does it work?
The first step is to schedule a coaching conversation, so we can talk about how coaching will really look, and see if we’re a good fit. Once we decide to work together, you’ll commit to 1, 3 or 6 months of coaching services. The first month we’ll meet weekly: after that we’ll discuss the pace that’s best for you. We’ll meet by phone or video call (Zoom) for 55 minute sessions. In each structured session, we will focus on a specific topic that relates to your overall goal. At the end of each session, you walk away with concrete, actionable steps to take toward achieving your goal. And then, we’ll meet and do it again – that’s the accountability part.
I’ll be honest, coaching is a commitment. But if you’re ready to learn more about yourself and have the drive to do more, you’ll be amazed at the results.
Think you’re ready for coaching?
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Let’s get to work on the things that really matter!
Sara Cummings, M.A.