I coach women to live their best lives, and I blog about all kinds of topics…
—from goal setting to procrastination,
—from the danger of deferring dreams to improving your Say/Do ratio,
—from suffering from Someday Syndrome to learning how to sustain momentum,
—from choosing your mindset with intention to why pursuing your passion doesn’t have to be impractical.
As a life coach, I don’t have YOUR answers. I’m quite certain of that.
The value of good questions
But I do have lots of questions—and that’s the value I bring to the table.
- What kind of legacy will you leave?
- What would it take to get traction on your goals?
- Where are your daily actions out of alignment with your values?
- How are you showing up in your life? In the world?
- What will it take for you to have a breakthrough year?
- Who would you have to be to stop half living?
While I don’t have your answers, I do have the essential spirit of inquiry, the space for wondering, What if…
And that’s the all-important value of asking a question: It can lead to YOUR answer.
What’s the question you wish someone would ask you?