you willing to at least entertain the hypothesis that getting more of what you
want from life and work is realistically achievable? Can you believe that you
have the capacity to change your life?
And that you can:
Get more of what you truly want with less effort,
- Align your work with what
you actually enjoy doing,
- Play (or sleep) a bit more, work a bit less and
accept yourself a bit more - all without taking a vow of poverty,
that the person you really are (not the one you play on TV) is naturally creative,
resourceful and whole,
- Improve your business and personal relationships,
- Be as excited by what you do to earn money as you are by what you do
to have fun.
If you are open to these possibilities, welcome to Actually
No, not everything
is actually possible.
There are some success gurus and new
age movements that claim you can have anything that you want. I'm not one of them.
Some of them even claim that all you have to do is write your desires down, put
them in your wallet, and believe hard enough. That type of hype is the last thing
you want to hear.
Let's face it, you and I both know you are not going
to grow up to be an astronaut, a fireman, or the President, and that winning the
lottery by imagining it really hard is not really actionable advice. I promise
not to claim you can have anything you imagine. I have no big "secret"
to sell, and no readymade answers. What I do have is a unique process that will
provide insight into where you are, intuition as to how you can move forward and
an informal conversational approach through which we will find your path together.
Getting more of what you want from life and work probably is
As a life and work coach, I help people like you
find direction, work through limiting beliefs and take action to achieve more
satisfaction. I help people like you get more of what they want from life and
work. If you are willing to entertain the hypothesis that you can have more, let's
The first move is yours.
I someone who can help you get more satisfaction, joy, and enthusiasm from your
Let's have a chat and find out. I'll ask questions about your circumstances,
desires and values and tell you a bit about how I help people. To schedule this
free, no-obligation call, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org,
so the conversation can begin.