“…wonder opens the door to the delights of imagination, of curiosity, creativity, intellectual discovery. " -- Mary O'Connor
Sometimes people say they don’t have funds to invest in hiring a coach. My response usually is, “What are you doing to implement self-coaching?” Self-coaching is a powerful tool that anyone can apply who possesses a sense of wonder.
Long before I went through the process of training to become a professional life coach, I spent hours and years, reading, studying applying my sense of wonder to gleaning from a variety of different sources. One of the best tools available that requires the least investment is reading.
Books require the least amount of commitment, the least amount of expense and most certainly the least amount of accountability, but they offer an opportunity to try something on to determine if it is a good fit. Many workshop facilitators, like myself, offer books that give an introduction to their work. After enjoying the sample platter you might be ready to dive in deeper to other offerings, such as workshops, online programs, conferences, or retreats.
If you're not in the position to hire a personal coach, start your spring and summer with the gift of self-coaching. Be sure to expand into unfamiliar territory for the greatest opportunity to stretch and grow.
Another great tool for growth is the adventure of travel. Stay tuned as I share my adventures on my trek to Nashville and Memphis!
If you want a great book to jump start your own self-coaching purchase, Untamed Heart: Releasing Your Creative Genius!
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