I love that my journey as a coach has never a lonely one. As part of my Martha Beck training we were put into groups to practise coaching on each other. I still meet up with three of them on a regular basis. I want to share their work with you, as they are all amazing;
Here are the links for some of the most incredible women I know, who coach with great wisdom, kindness and expertise:
Christel Van Gelder: http://3chlifecoaching.com For if you are stuck in a wrong relationship or need to get out of one. For women going through a big change.
Alison O’Leary: www.livetrue.co.uk For a career that is a completely right fit for who you are.
Louise Harrison: https://www.facebook.com/lyingonthegrass/?fref=ts – for a deeper relationship with nature, storytelling and mindfulness.
We have helped each other through our coaching journey from beginning in September 2013 and I want to express my deep gratitude for their part in my wonderful coaching journey.
Do you have a group of people that cheerlead you in your development?
If so what can you do to nurture that?
If not where can you begin to look for one?
Other than that:
I’m off to Scotland this week to see family and top up my accent.
I loved my visit to Avebury Manor house, a National Trust house where you are allowed to sit o the facsimile seats and lie on the bed / dress up in Georgian or Tudor style. A wonderful family treat!
I was sad to say goodbye to some dear Australian friends who are heading back home, having educated me about thongs being a type of shoe.
I got my hair cut into a long bob (or lob as I hear they are called) and have started growing it again (as much as you can in a week). Sometimes I need to learn to stick with what works.
I’ve been maxing out podcast subscriptions, despite previously having deleted loads. (whoops)
I’m particularly enjoying:
With thanks to The Beatles – ‘With a Little Help from My Friends’
Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – 1967