A few weeks ago, I received this unsolicited email from a former coaching client:
I wanted to take a few minutes to thank you for working with me and to reflect back on some things that I’ve learned through our work together.
I have attached a photo that I feel summarizes my experiences with getting out of my “rut”. It is of me jumping off of a cliff in Madeline Island this summer. Talking about myself and reflecting on my life was completely uncomfortable and somewhat terrifying—but I am so glad that I got out of my comfort zone and went for it. Just like jumping off a cliff.
So many positive things have come from our work together. I find myself doing more of the things I want to do and saying no to some of the things I never wanted to do but felt obligated to do. I truly found my voice. Thanks again for your help.