Transition is not just a fancy way to talk about change.
All transitions come with a unique set of challenges.
Through the years I’ve experienced my share of transition in various non-profit and business settings. At home and abroad I watched struggling teams and individuals trying to navigate difficult transitions, and realized something common to us all: we need tools, resources, input, and perspective when facing these life-altering events and seasons.
At times I felt limited and isolated when dealing with my own transitions. I longed for clarity. I knew there had to be some support and tools out there to help me break out of my limited thinking in order to thrive personally and professionally during these pivotal seasons.
At the height of a major transition in my life, I encountered a method of coaching that helped me excel as a leader and entrepreneur in transition. With the support and input from my personal life coach, I began to put things in perspective and discover potential that I never thought was possible. I started asking the right questions, which led to discovery and growth.
Engaging in my transition brought about new resolve. I made an intentional decision to develop myself as a life and leadership coach, to create a dynamic and supportive coaching opportunity for people facing challenging transitions.
These steps called for a degree of risk. I had to let go of a comfortable role which I had grown accustomed to in order to pursue my dream of coaching. After that significant life-changing transition, here I am giving other leaders and influencers the tools they need to maximize the opportunities afforded them through change.
To fail would have meant forfeiting my position as an international trainer and consultant with nothing to show for it. It would have meant not fully realizing my God-given dreams and potential.
Because I was willing to engage the opportunities afforded me in transition, today I continue to see my dream of helping teams and individuals find fresh perspective, clarity and confidence to navigate their seasons of change.