"What is your dream?"
was asked this in the first minute of my first course in coaching, and
truthfully, I was a bit frightened to find that I didn't have much of
an answer. I mumbled something about wanting to find a dream and felt
rather perplexed. In directing this question to me I discovered that I
buried my dreams for so long that I could barely remember where they
lived. They badly needed to come up for some air, and if I didn't
give them some air, how could I expect anyone else help me achieve
So - What is YOUR Dream?
do you want to go? What do you want to do once you get there? If you
could do anything with your days left on this planet what would it be?
What brings you alive into that place of boundless energy where
anything and everything seem possible?
the end, life is a bit like a "Choose Your Own Adventure" book. You
get to make the choices about where to spend your time and energy. But
the question you need to ask next, Are you choosing your life or is it
choosing you? Asked another way, "Where is your life calling you to
you've been working for a non-profit so you can make a difference, but
its not feeling that way. You are anxious to find more meaning from
work that is meant to be meaningful.
you're in a position to make a thrilling new choice in life but you're
unsure of where that choice will take you or just how to make the most of your new
the universe has made a choice for you and you're feeling stuck in this
situation and you're looking to make the most of this "opportunity."
So - What Now?
You might be reading this and thinking, "Well sure I'd like to go back to school, but I don't have the time," or "I've always been meaning to write that novel but just can't get it started." Maybe you're just wanting to get your house more organized. The truth is that coaching can really address any part of your life. So what do you want to change? Because you get to decide!
If any part of you is the least bit curious about what coaching might help you achieve, contact me for a free introductory sample session.
or Call: 612-991-7840