You have reached a stage that inspires you to figure out how you want to be in life. You feel an urge to get organized, determine a clear path, take action while making balance a priority and feeling satisfied with your decisions.
You are in the second half of life, consciously writing the next chapter on who you want to be. Your objectives are to let go of what you don't need, tap into your wisdom, connect with others, contribute to society and feel content.
At some point we all lift our heads out of our daily preoccupations and we ponder: “Things that were such a big deal before just don’t seem that important now.” In some cases we discover that we’ve actually steered away from what really matters to us. Life has a natural ebb and flow and this may be the time you are looking to transition out of your status quo.
If you are ready to work with me as your coach, this means you are committed to take steps to live at the centre of your life. Examples of client scenarios range from keeping pace with post grad demands, to maintaining wellbeing through a job shift to envisioning post career life. What ever the situation, you all have in common a desire to consciously step into uncertainty; not just to cope but to thrive and have fun!
I became a coach because I like conversing about the liberating power of choice, expressed in action. This is the satisfying value of a minimalist perspective: mental, emotional and tangible decluttering. This approach invites you to let go of barriers to contentment and to determine how you wish to be in the new found ‘space’.
Although I’m happy to explore mindful strategies with you (manage schedules, reduce attention theft, overcome procrastination..) I can be a true catalyst for your growth by inviting you into this mindful place of clarity and creativity to achieve your objectives.
Because we only get to do this once.
As your coach, I provide individual attention to guide you through a mindful framework that is designed to help you reach your goals.
For busy professionals, important self care and 'letting go' fundamentals are explored during workshops at meetings and conferences.
The best posts from five years of writing the Minimalist Self Blog are here with additional themes of mindfulness and overall wellbeing.
This podcast series, Simply Sundays, explores the topic of wellbeing, featuring conversations with various Canadian support practitioners.