What is rapport in coaching? Most simply, it is trust. The client feels safe, seen and understood. We are ‘sympatico’. The client can safely share their truths with us, and we can safely share the truth of what we see—for the client’s benefit and growth. We’re both willing to be fully seen, to withhold judgements,Continue reading “What Is Rapport In Coaching?”
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Do You Need A Little Help?
Often when I talk with friends and clients, I am told how I have helped them to change their perspective. It’s not that I start out wanting to change their viewpoint, but it happens. When we’re processing a dilemma, it’s often good to have someone else to talk it over with in order to seeContinue reading “Do You Need A Little Help?”
What Do You Want?
Have you allowed yourself to answer the question: What Do You Want? It can feel like an overwhelming question when you ask yourself what you want because many times, we don’t know for sure. We only know that we aren’t happy where we are, but we don’t know how to change it to make itContinue reading “What Do You Want?”
Join Our Ohana
What is Ohana? In case you aren’t a big fan of the Disney movie Lilo & Stitch, the ancient Hawaiian term ohana means family, but probably not in the way you typically use it. Ohana speaks to the concept of a larger family that is not necessarily connected by blood. A person’s ohana can include their best friends, neighbors, blogging connections or anyone elseContinue reading “Join Our Ohana”