Powerful Guidance

What do I really mean by “Powerful Guidance” anyway?

Look, all of us have blind spots, self-limiting beliefs, stops, blocks, and rocks. As Eric Schmidt, Google’s CEO, says elsewhere on this site, “The one thing that people are never good at is seeing themselves as others see them.”

I am all about helping you achieve your goals and objectives, whether they’re paradigm-shifting, life-changing, long-term, short-term, or just pains-in-the-butt. Yet most great ideas and plans suffer from a serious lack of timely follow-through. That’s what kills the passion and energy of brilliant insights and ideas. It’s what prevents achievable, impressive results from being realized.

We often know what to do, we just don’t do it.

Now there’s a lot more to being a great coach than guiding a client to follow-through on his or her good intentions. However, it’s your follow-through that produces results – one powerful habit I can help someone learn, practice, and master.

I am a committed executive coach, a powerful guide who is there for you, a confidant; I help you define and execute your plans, bring your ideas to life, achieve your objectives, and produce the results you need and want.

This is how I approach this challenge, whether you are an individual, a team, or an entire organization: We fully engage in a game – a serious game – where the context is akin to an Olympic event, Wimbledon, or the World Series. It’s not just one more project or process or program. It’s The Game. I’m your coach and you’re the player.

In a nutshell, I help you determine the practices and activities you need to execute, a game plan, your relevant skills, the teammates and resources you need. We also take into account your existing commitments and your personal challenges.

My job is to help you gain self awareness, coach you, and guide you through to a win. All of the above is what I mean by Powerful Guidance. Powerful guidance on the way to impressive results.

I’ll be happy to discuss this with you; feel free to call or write to me.

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