Improve Self-Confidence by Practicing Humility

washington-dc-life-coach-2In my work as a Washington DC based life coach, I have noticed that humility is a terribly underrated virtue. Here’s something that may not surprise you:

I have never begun work with a life coaching client in DC whose main goal is improving humility.

Not exactly a news flash, is it.

No, many of my new clients cite “improving self confidence” as one of their main goals. This sounds about right in our success-obsessed culture.

Today I tried a Google search for “improving self confidence” and found 4 million plus results.

OVER FOUR MILLION!

When I Googled “improving humility,” I found a scant 268 articles on the topic. “Practicing humility” was slightly more popular, with a little over 14,000 results. I find it fascinating to note trends in what we focus on when we think about areas in our lives that need improving.

I think when we truly examine ourselves, humility is always going to be a key trait. In her book “Getting Grit: The Evidence-Based Approach to Cultivating Passion, Perseverance, and Purpose”, my friend and fellow USMS L4 swimmer Caroline Adams Miller defines how to create “grit”, or perseverance and passion for long-term goals. Grit is now recognized as one of the key determinants for achievement and life satisfaction. In her book, Caroline writes:

“Authentic grit is marked by humility, which never promotes itself but rather attracts others. Authentic grit is strikingly devoid of narcissism and the need to be recognized for what one does. Quite the contrary — those with authentic grit know what matters, and don’t need anyone’s approval or praises, nor do they seek publicity to boost their confidence or self-esteem.”

As a life coach, I have found that humility and self-confidence go hand in hand. When my life coaching clients approach a task or goal with humility and the desire to learn, they naturally develop the self-confidence required to be successful.

Perhaps the desire for self-confidence actually has more to do with a desire to improve skill. For example,

“I want to be more self-confident in social situations.”

Might actually mean:

“I want to be more skilled in social situations.”

I personally have had many lessons in humility over the years, including a stint with a pottery wheel while living in Japan. I really applied myself, but I never could create the delicate teacups my pottery instructor tirelessly tried to teach me to make. Trying again and again with that clay and the moving wheel certainly was a humbling experience.

My work with one of my life coaching clients inspired this post. Read on to discover how some of the takeaways from her sessions might apply to your situation, too.

Life Coaching Client Peg’s Story: “This Has Been A Lesson in Humility”

Those were the words Peg* said to me partway through our coaching session as she had a personal breakthrough and learned something very important. She realized she was not able to change someone else and mold them into the person she wanted. Peg had been dealing with a difficult divorce for many months. She knew that creating her new life would require her to make many important, difficult choices. Through coaching, together we realized that in order for her to succeed, she would need to give up her need to control the situation.

After that initial observation, Peg dug into her life coaching sessions a little deeper. It soon became clear to both of us that seeking the approval of others was the main thing causing a disconnect from her own values and goals.

  • People-pleasing was blinding her from seeing new opportunities for herself.
  • It was also blocking her from fully embracing her new life and reality.

After defining what she really valued and wanted out of life, Peg had to leave behind her entanglements with others and remind herself of her strength and determination to get to her own deeply held goals and desires.

Letting Go of Old Habits Requires Humility

Letting go of the habit of trying to control others is never easy. Together in our coaching sessions, we examined some past choices and failures. We were able to pinpoint times she had sacrificed what she really wanted because she was trying to please or control others. Peg began to see that she did long for the approval of friends and family, but that worrying about how she came across to them adversely impacted her decisions. She began to face her fears of standing out alone for what she believed in, and began to ground herself more deeply in her own personal values.

With a spirit of humility, Peg was able to let go of seeking the approval of others.

  • Today she has a quiet, unspoken inner strength that doesn’t require praise.
  • She would never be mistaken for a shy or introverted person, but appears cool and confident as she works to achieve her goals, good-naturedly moving forward.
  • She feels secure within herself and understands that she doesn’t need to focus on how others see her.
  • She is more focused on improving her life for herself.

Life Coaching: Improving Humility and Confidence

I’m sure you’ve heard the phrase, “fake it ‘till you make it.” For a short time, this can work. But invariably, negative feedback undermines fake confidence. To top it off, by assuming a level of confidence above your skill level that you have not yet earned, you cut off opportunities to learn. Instead of accepting feedback and adjusting your actions, you just ignore it. Humility fosters growth; false confidence restricts it.

I believe that humility and confidence can be developed in tandem. If you are skilled at something, you can be confident in your level of success, but at the same time humble enough to understand that there is still a great deal of room to learn and grow.

at-desk-brightFor example, as a life coach I’m confident that I can help each one of my clients who truly commits to the process of coaching to achieve his or her goals. But I also realize that my own room for growth is tremendous. Because of this, I continue to invest in my own professional development through classes, trainings, my online presence, technology tools and continuing education. Being aware of my own room for growth, I’m humbly allowing myself to have an even greater impact on this world. Here are three easy steps you too can take to cultivate more humility in your life:

  1. Recognize that you are human and imperfect – but still worthy
  2. Observe your thoughts and emotions without judgement and with compassion
  3. Foster and express gratitude. (A good start is keeping a gratitude journal. Read my post How To Keep a Gratitude Journal.)

To go deeper, contact me for Life Coaching. Our work together will give you the concrete strategies you need to work on humility, build self-confidence and keep you on track in achieving your goals. Many of my clients say I’ve helped them tap into their most deeply-held values. I have helped clients start new careers, businesses and projects based on the things they are most passionate about. Contact me to schedule your complimentary 30-minute session. We can begin to chart a course into a fresh start together.

If you are craving a life full of joy and fulfillment, consider working with me through Life Coaching. With the right tools, navigated conversations and the intention to create something great, you can discover ways to live your best life. Let’s get started now on identifying what you want … and find a way to get you there.

Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation to discuss the possibilities. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person.

*Names have been changed to protect the confidentiality of my life coaching clients

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Why Hire a Life Coach? Get Results & Feel Better Quickly: Pam’s Story

 

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When I speak with someone in DC – or anywhere – for the first time about Life Coaching, they typically ask some combination the following questions:

  • How can I make a change in my life that will stick?
  • How do I get “unstuck”?
  • I am doing everything I’m “supposed” to be doing, yet I feel unfulfilled. Why?
  • How can I start to fulfill my desires instead of everyone else’s?
  • How can I unlock more passion and zest for life?
  • Should I really hire a life coach? My friends motivate and support me.
  • How long will it take to see real changes in my life?

To help answer these questions, I wanted to give you a bird’s-eye-view of my life coaching experience with DC-based client Pam*, who after retiring, decided to move from Washington, DC to her childhood home in the Midwest. She enlisted my help as her life coach to help as she felt overwhelmed and unable to start the process. Her story illustrates the timeline a typical client goes through in life coaching – some very hard work – and a very happy end result!

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(Learn more about how Life Coaching differs from friendship in my previous post on the topic.)

Session 1 – March 29, 2016

When we met for our first life coaching session, Pam was struggling with:

  • letting go
  • feeling empty
  • not being able to visualize her new life
  • not feeling motivated to get started to sell her house and organize the cross-country move
  • a feeling of “paralysis”

During this first session, we used life coaching tools to identify Pam’s values and zero in on what she is looking for — and what finding that will give her. We also:

  • explored how this geographic move out of the DC area will connect with her values
  • listened to her description of how she sees herself in a new place
  • challenged her to connect with one friend/relative in new place and make some plans together
  • talked about letting go being the first step to moving forward
  • referenced books by William Bridges including “Managing Transitions”
  • used accountability tools to get her moving in the right direction

Session 2 – April 7, 2016

By our next life coaching session, Pam had called several moving companies for estimates, had identified a real estate agent, and had arranged for things she did not need to be donated to charity. She reported in at this time that she felt overwhelmed by what is ahead and the work to do.

At this point in the process, it was interesting to both of us to notice the shift in her mindset from feeling “paralyzed” to feeling “overwhelmed.” Pam surprised herself saying, “I really don’t want to be here [in DC] any more.” We recognized that she was indeed mentally ready to move.

Session 3 – April 13

By our next life coaching session, Pam’s attitude had shifted. She was excited and feeling motivated to find best price for a house, and was making plans to decorate her new place. She reported in that she was tired but productively busy.

During this session, we used coaching tools to:

  • label Pam’s values
  • see how a lifestyle in her new geography connects to them
  • focus on instincts and intuition
  • listen to inner voices that will help her move forward
  • relax and recalibrate through visualization

Session 4 – May 5

By early May, Pam reported a major shift in her thinking. The baby steps we were taking together combined with regular accountability led to big changes in Pam’s thinking. She was beginning to recognize the adventure and independence this move would bring, and was starting to embrace it. We had identified both adventure and independence as values for Pam. She was now feeling excited anticipating her new place and new life. At this point, Pam also reported many personal discoveries. “I feel like I have an inner light, am joyful and calm,” she said. Now the decision felt right, and the work to get to where she wanted to be was done with more ease. Her house was on the market.

Together we acknowledged the things that have brought Pam to this place of success and personal fulfillment:

  • support
  • encouragement
  • accountability

Session 5 – May 18

Two weeks later, Pam reported in that she was marking things off her checklist, taking the right steps and her focus had switched to her new place. During our session, Pam noticed and pointed out all the positives of her move. We agreed that she was relaxing into this major transition.

Pam was in her groove now and ready to drive across the country and enjoy the new lifestyle she’s worked so hard to create. We did an exercise on what Pam should continue to do to help her focus her next chapter:

  • keeping in balance
  • deciding on her life purpose
  • creating her best life

In approximately three months, Pam had noticed a complete turnaround in the way she was thinking and feeling. She was able to get what she wanted, and it felt so good!

Life Coaching Timeline

Many of the clients I work with are familiar with therapy, or have had counseling sessions in the past. This can be a hurdle to starting work with me, because they imagine the years of work we will have to do together. In my blog about Life Coaching vs. Therapy, I pointed out that by nature, counseling or therapy is often a slower process than Life Coaching. This is not always the case, but as a general rule of thumb it is common to spend a year or two in therapy working on a comprehensive plan addressing your past, present and future.

My style of Life Coaching begins with a three month commitment, and usually focuses on accountability for a very discrete goal or set of goals. Life Coaching with me usually includes a planned end date, within six months to a year of our initial session.

My clients, Pam included, are surprised that they can achieve such a big shift in a relatively short period of time! Of course, the work isn’t easy. But it’s certainly worth it.

DC Life Coach Catharine Ecton

at-desk-flippedAre you struggling with a big life transition? I believe that by working collaboratively we can change our lives one day at a time through Life Coaching. My clients come to coaching with the belief that they have everything within themselves to create the life they’ve always dreamed of. They are teachable. They can change. With the right tools, a few powerful questions and the intention to create something amazing, we can get to where we want to be. We don’t even have to know what “our best life” looks like, just that we want to live it.

As with any change, it is so much better when you have an encouraging partner to help you in this work. To enlist the help of a powerful ally, call Catharine Ecton Life Coaching or schedule your free Life Coaching consultation today.

Many of my clients have told me that working with me through Life Coaching has given them the opportunity to discover their values, be intentional about their goals and to make a plan, take action to realize them. Here are some of the things my clients say they’ve gained as a result of working with me**:

  • Inspiration
  • Self Confidence
  • Self Awareness
  • Ability to go outside their comfort zone
  • A feeling of fulfillment
  • An alliance with me
  • New perspectives
  • The ability to stay focused
  • Better decision making ability
  • Peace & contentment
  • The ability to see themselves in a positive way

*Name has been changed to protect Life Coaching client confidentiality.

**All bullets above drawn directly from my many happy client testimonials. Read all of my Life Coaching testimonials here.

Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation and we can work on setting powerful intentions together. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person. I look forward to hearing from you.

 

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Life Coaching for Bold Action: Bill’s Story

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I recently attended a talk by author and life coach Rick Tamlyn. His central message was that life itself is one big game. And if life is a game, then why not play one that excites, fulfills, and challenges you to fully express your talents and creativity?

My DC-area client “Bill” was downsized when a new boss joined his company and restructured his job. He came to me for life coaching to explore making a career change and getting support as he looked for another job. As a 41 year old, bright single male with a partner, he recognized during our coaching that this was an opportunity to make a big change. Like many of us, he wanted to stay in the same field but was interested in a different work enviorment that would stretch him in a new direction.

Through life coaching sessions with me via Skype, Bill and I:

  • Clarified his core values,
  • Practiced job interview skills,
  • Zeroed in on what was essential in his ideal job and what would deplete him,
  • Defined his life purpose,
  • Defined what his “best life” would be like,
  • Focused on how he wanted to be remembered,
  • Chose to be intentional about reaching those goals.

With a clearer purpose, Bill was then able to work tirelessly networking, interviewing, refining his resume, meeting with friends of friends, connecting with anyone and everyone who could help him.

Bill took a bold action by deciding during one of our life coaching sessions to look outside of the Washington, DC area for a job. This led our life coaching sessions in a totally new direction. I will never forget the call when Bill realized he had decided on looking for a new position in North Carolina. His reasons included quality of life, easier commute, and lower cost of living – all things that lined up with the core values we had identified in previous coaching sessions. Bill told me, “doors keep opening for me” in North Carolina. It became clear how everything was falling into place and resonating with his beliefs, values and life purpose. The work we had done in self-exploration had paid off: it gave Bill insights and the courage and strength to act on what he knew would be best for him.

The accountability system I set up with each of my life coaching clients worked so well for Bill as continued on his journey. His big transition was not a quick easy fix; it was a big move, a game-changer thought through and and assessed with a compelling purpose behind every action.

Bill’s hard work paid off with an offer of an excellent job at a prestigious University.

He sold his house in DC, bought a new one in North Carolina, moved and started a new job that meets his needs and is personally fulfilling.

Bill’s is a success story of someone who took bold action, played a “bigger game” and won.

*Names are changed to protect client confidentiality.

at-desk-flippedContact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation to discuss your desire to “play a bigger game.” Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person. I look forward to hearing from you.

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Basketball & How “Peak Experiences” Define Us: Marty’s Story

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In Life Coaching, “peak experiences” are often described as the best moments of one’s life, moments of pure joy and elation, moments that stand out from everyday events. The memory of these events is lasting and people often liken them to a spiritual experience. Through Life Coaching, we can begin to understand how these moments are connected to our values at a core level.
Here is an example of a Peak Experience that helped one of my clients connect to her values.

Marty’s Peak Experience

“Marty” (name changed to protect client confidentiality) remembered vividly a basketball game she played in as a Junior in High School. She was a star player in that game. Now in her late 60s, Marty’s description of the gymnasium, the crowd, the players, the sights, smells and feelings associated with the game itself transported us both to that time and place. It was a story rich with texture and emotions. From her many life experiences, Marty chose this one because it was still so alive for her.

From the story, the values that define her bubbled to the surface:

  • recognition for her hard work
  • teamwork
  • support from family and friends
  • challenge
  • competence
  • taking risks

By identifying her values, Marty was able to better understand what was at the core of her being. They made choices about what to commit to now so much more clear. Marty began to recognize that somewhere over the years she had stopped honoring the very qualities that were necessities for her personal fulfillment.

The exploration of a “peak experience” story through Life Coaching helped Marty find ways to rearrange her life so that she could once again experience and continue to enjoy the values that define her.

 

Life Coaching & Peak Experiences

In Life Coaching, I help my clients use peak experiences to help them live “on-purpose” and according to their values. When we conclude our Life Coaching sessions, my clients often tell me that they’ve begun to see themselves differently. Perhaps they do not need others’ approval as much. They definitely feel freer. They begin to see it’s possible to change and find their voice, power, and passion through “unmasking” and getting reacquainted with that self they’ve hidden.

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Contact me, Life Coach Catharine Ecton, to start living an unmasked, authentic and healthy life in line with your core values. Let’s chart a course to the truth of who you are and discover why being yourself is the ONLY answer.

Each Life Coaching session is an hour intensive one-on-one conversation by phone or Skype with me. We’ll meet once or twice per month for three to six months for a total of six sessions.

Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation to discuss my Life Coaching for Authenticity program. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person.

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Career Transition Coaching for A Solopreneur Craving Community: Jennifer’s Story

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“I want a clear career path.”

Jennifer*, a 42-year-old solopreneur, told me this was what she was looking for when we started our Career Transition Coaching sessions together.

Jennifer had owned and operated her own business for five years, which at first was tremendously fulfilling. She loved the freedom of creating her own company and calling all the shots. It was immensely rewarding to be “the boss” and the responsibility empowered her.

But working by herself alone and often in solitude, she missed the camaraderie, team work and collegial atmosphere of working in an office environment. Her loneliness led her to question the entire decision to strike off on her own. Despite her success going-it-alone, she wasn’t happy, which made her unsure if she should return to a job working for someone else.

Career Transition Coaching: The Process

Our work together was aimed at uncovering ways she could pursue her passion (entrepreneurship and the things she was creating) while involving a larger team in the process. We were working towards getting Jennifer “out there” and involved in a relevant community of colleagues rather than going it totally alone with her business. She needed to build “community” into her gig as a solopreneur if she was going to continue to her business. On the flip side, we also examined what it would look like to return to a corporate job working for someone else.

One of the assessment tools I use in my Career Transition Coaching practice was especially useful to Jennifer on her journey. The 20 minute test I had her work through helped her identify strengths and weaknesses in her entrepreneurial work and relationships. The results not only supported what Jennifer already knew about herself, but gave us a shared vocabulary to articulate what works and what doesn’t work for her. This allowed her to see light at the end of the tunnel, and pursue what she was after in a more concrete way.

Meshing Who You Are With What You Want

Jennifer was excited that the results were so on target with how she felt about her old career and what a new one might look like. Our next step in Career Transition Coaching was to spend time uncovering her talents through discussions and stories of past experiences. Once we knew what we were working with, we created a strategy that applied her strengths in the workplace.

Career Transition Coaching Results

Today, although she has a master’s and a law degree, Jennifer is taking additional courses to build a foundation for a new career where she can collaborate with others, learn something new, retain her entrepreneurial spirit and realize her dreams. Jennifer is excited to build upon what she knows and launch into a new professional life that will energize her and be in line with her passions, need for camraderie and desire to have the support of a team. Reorganizing her work life gave her the balance and fulfillment she was looking for.

Starting Career Transition Coaching

Layoffs, retirement and moving within an organization can be an “a-ha” moment for personal reinvention. The isolation and “grind” faced by many solopreneurs and entrepreneurs can create confusion about purpose and direction. Are you ready to start a new chapter in your career, or are forces beyond your control making this the moment for you to start afresh? What changes do you want and need to make to pursue your dreams through your work? Check out the useful tips and another client case study on my Career Transition Coaching page.

It may be obvious when we are unhappy, going through the motions or stuck in a “rat race” in our career … but it can be difficult to articulate what gives us true joy … and take concrete steps to get ourselves off the hamster wheel. Contact Catharine Ecton for a complimentary, no-obligations Career Transition Coaching consultation and let’s discuss the possibilities. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone and via Skype.

*Names have been changed to protect client confidentiality.

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Life Coaching for Single Moms: Erica’s Story

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As a single Mom, you may feel like a tight-rope walker without a safety net. Loneliness and feelings of overwhelm are common, as are fears and worries about “doing enough” to raise your children alone. Working with a Life Coach can provide you with vital tools to balance raising your children with having a life of your own, and make your time spent with your children more rewarding and fun.

Erica’s Story

Erica* was looking for support, love and companionship after years of being a single Mom with three young children. She loved her job and was confident in her career, but her personal life was lonely and unfulfilled.

In my coaching sessions with her, we spent time uncovering what she truly values. We found that Erica had deeply bittersweet feelings about parenting. She adores her children, but finds time away from them necessary, exciting and empowering. This results in conflicting feelings about herself, and about parenting. Erica came to me to create a plan for how she could improve her life – and she wanted to do it within 6 months.

What Life Coaching Can Do

Single Moms often come to me looking for help on how they can be a better parent. But I always consider that their dissatisfaction may stem from needing support with their career, relationships, and overcoming guilt. Successful parenting depends on so many facets of life, so I base my work with Life Coaching clients on their self-articulated values and the many areas that can help their parenting be more effective and rewarding. I love to help clients achieve measurable goals – their own heart’s desires – on a schedule that we set together. In Erica’s case, this stemmed from her commitment to make lasting changes within a relatively brief time frame.

Erica and I developed strategies to deal with her parenting issues, and to disarm the intensity of handling life alone. Together, we developed an action plan to make life less overwhelming while gaining control and balance in her career and personal life. Today, Erica has achieved several of the goals we set together. She continues to work towards filling herself up first so that she has something left for her children.

A Unique Approach to Life Change for Single Moms

As a Life Coach, I help clients set up a plan to change their lifestyle, improve their career, or cultivate new relationships. Therapists work with people who have problems with thought patterns, emotional difficulties, or ingrained behavioral problems (due to their past, a chemical imbalance, etc.). If you are experiencing stress caused by your Single Mom lifestyle, working with me would be a great fit if you:

  • Believe you have everything within yourself to create your best life
  • Are teachable, and committed to change
  • Would like to jump-start feeling great again, gain momentum and create success, balance and fulfillment in every area of your life
  • Need the support and synergy of a coach dedicated to your success

Read more about Life Coaching vs. Therapy. As a Certified Life Coach, my methods are proven, collaborative and effective.

Working together with my clients, we are able to change our lives one day at a time through Life Coaching. With the right tools, a few powerful questions and the intention to create something great, we can get to where we want to be. We don’t even have to know what “our best life” looks like, just that we want to live it.

Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation to discuss the possibilities. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person.

*Names have been changed to protect client confidentiality.

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Crossing Borders with Confidence: My Story

at-desk-flippedWhen I was twenty-one years old I left the small Connecticut town where I had lived my whole life and moved to a city in South America with my brand new husband. It was his career that took us there and I could not have been more excited! Although I did not speak Spanish and was as unfamiliar with the culture as I was with my husband, it seemed like a glorious adventure.

Culture Shock

The first few months were spent in a hotel, which was a lonely and isolating experience. However, I was sure that once we had our own place I would settle into a new community easily. I was wrong. Our rented house was on a quiet street and no one seemed to have any interest in the young couple newly arrived from Washington, DC. Even with language classes and sightseeing excursions I couldn’t shake the sadness I felt. Surprisingly, I seemed unable to make friends. Although I told each new acquaintance I was happy, it took one powerful question to make me open up. She asked, “if you could change anything right now, what would it be?” The only thing I really wanted to change was to get out of my own bad mood! From this first real friendship, came my new beginning.

Finding Community

That connection led to others and soon I was part of a community, involved with several groups and with a part-time job. My neighbors seemed to come to life as well. My husband and I began inviting them over to practice our language skills. I stopped thinking about my past and focused on moving forward. It was that focus and intention that helped me turn the corner. I regained my identity and confidence through a combination of grit, attitude and action. Reinventing myself was hit and miss. Some things I thought would work out did not. With each failure I learned something and with each success I felt proud.

Relocation as a Way of Life

For the next thirty-five years I was on the road with my husband and children living the highs and lows of relocation. That first experience peaked my interest on how others handled transitions. I went to graduate school, I researched and studied adjustment and cross-cultural adaption and wrote a curriculum for international schools called Kids On The Go. I was also a trainer at the Foreign Service Institute, Department of State.

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This year, a life coaching colleague and I developed a program called Crossing Borders with Confidence (CBC). It is designed to help with the sense of imbalance that comes from transitions and relocation. CBC workshops and one-on-one coaching sessions are ways to build up confidence and focus by taking steps to change thoughts, beliefs and actions for a smooth adjustment to a fulfilled life.

If we want things to stay as they are, things will have to change. –Giuseppe de Lampdusa

Facing a big change, moving yourself and/or young children? With the right tools, navigated conversations and the intention to create something great, you too can discover ways to make a life transition into a fresh new beginning. Let’s get started now on identifying what you want and find a way to get you there.

Contact me for a complimentary, no-obligations life coaching consultation to discuss the possibilities. Or use the Appointment Scheduler and pick a time that works for you. I coach 90% of my clients over the phone, and my DC-based Life Coaching clients have the option of meeting with me in person.

 

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