I know you are, or you wouldn’t be looking for help.
Maybe you have tried other avenues to move you forward in your life: traditional therapy, counseling, self-help, medication, spirituality, friends and family, even procrastination (a perennial, albeit ineffective, favorite…) and yet, you still seem unable to move out of your rut.
Coaching differs from traditional counseling or therapy in that it is very results oriented. There are no years of digging up the past and looking for someone or something to blame for your current state of affairs. Not that those approaches don’t have their value; they do. But life coaching is about going beyond that and designing what you want the rest of your life to look like based a clear perspective on where you have been, where you are now and where you would like to end up.
In addition, there is the added aspect of accountability and support. Once we design your plan (together), I will be there to check in on your progress, to support you, to gently prod you and to tweak the plan as we go along to allow for life’s twists and turns and information that comes along that we didn’t have to begin with.
Let's figure out a way to get you unstuck.
I am proud to announce the release of my first book,
"This Glorious Mess: Love and Relationship Laid Bare."
Two and a half years in the writing and a lifetime in the creation, this is my contribution to advancing the evolution of how we relate as men and women.
From the back cover:
This is a book about the evolution of modern love told through the (at times very) personal experiences of a regular guy struggling to rise above fairytales, love stories and Hollywood myths. It is written as a how to/how not to/confessional in an attempt to move us collectively in our culture towards a more conscious, intimate, understanding and passionate coupling of men and women that is not only more in line with our nature but the challenges of coping in our ever changing world.
The stories read like they are straight out of someone’s journal. While often irreverent, blunt and brutally honest, they are also alternately sad but celebratory, profane (and a little randy) yet respectful, at times laugh-out-loud funny but earnest and dead serious about shedding centuries-old belief systems and creating an optimistic new paradigm for how we relate as men and women.