Here’s The Thing: Coaching is Courageous!

While it’s true that people often come to coaching with a specific issue, problem or question that they would like to address, coaching is much more about strengthening WHO is addressing the question, issue or problem. Why? Because it is inevitable that we will have many more opportunities to wrestle with, and be nimble to, what life brings us. Coaching is about change. It’s about … (Read more)

Choosing Your Steps

Life is fluid. It’s always happening and sometimes it feels like it’s happening on steroids. This might be one of those times. Between the contentious political environment, the fear and uncertainty of far too many terror attacks and the devastation of the natural disasters that all seem to happen one after another, life can feel unsettling and chaotic. Whether they are the happenings in the world around us … (Read more)

Conversation: The Good and Bad News

FRIENDS, I COME WITH 7 PIECES OF GOOD NEWS & BAD NEWS … this was the headline of Glennon Doyle’s Instagram post on September 1, 2017. Her 7 pieces of good and bad news all toggled around the same thing, her book The Love Warrior. But isn’t that the truth about many things, that they have elements of both good and bad? Telling our truth and … (Read more)

Bridge the Gap – Communication Tools for Pre-Marital Couples

Some of the most effective “tools” in our coaching are the ones we created based on our years of experience working with relationships. The purpose is to establish clarity around areas we support couples. It is a vehicle to begin conversations allowing them to discern and tell one another, and their coach, what they want or perhaps need to work on in our sessions together. Our Pre-Marital Bridge the … (Read more)

Pre-Marital Coaching: Building a Strong Foundation

If we had only… As relationship coaches, something we hear from married couples is that they wish they had done some premarital work. They’re not saying it necessarily would have stopped them from getting married. Rather they say this could have been a positive step prior to marriage in helping them really understand and know one another on topics they had not discussed together – … (Read more)