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What Kauai gave back to me
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We just returned from the beautiful island of Kauai, also known as the "Garden Island" — 500 square miles of lush greenery and leaves the size of my whole body. Without fail, every time I step foot here something reawakens in me.

It could be the salt air, the warm water, or the fact that it's usually the first 10 days in a long while I've taken a breath. I can't say that I've taken a decent break since before my mom passed which was quickly followed by my dad passing — a two-year stint of navigating loss and the oddly timed logistics that come with the end of life. 

I knew life would not go back to "normal" as much as I wished and pleaded for it to. Somewhere along the way, I took a mental step back. A pause? A break? A re-acclimation? Perhaps all of the above. I came to Kauai with a new wish: to return to myself even if that return surprised me or took me in a new direction. 

We were sailing across the south shore of Kauai on our way back from the Nā Pali coast, a small stretch of cliffs that can only be reached by air or sea, and the sun began to set. It's the kind of experience that can suspend time. My phone stays tucked away inside the boat for the entire trip because I just want to take it all in.

If I want to crawl into the inner dwellings of my mind or heart I get on or near water; it works every time. Maybe it's the double Cancer in me or my moon is exalted in Taurus or that from a very young age my mom had to coerce me to get out of any swimming pool.

I love the water. I love her fluid, unruly, pristine flow. I used to joke that I was a mermaid in a past life. Not really. But I do feel most at home by the coast and will choose water over mountains any day. 

So, needless to say, being on an island is pure magic.

We came here to vacate, to take a much-needed pause. I took all but a few client conversations off my calendar, packed a few books, two journals, many pens, and an open mind. But I will admit, in the back of my heart was a secret wish to also heal a little.

Being tossed in the throes of grief for almost two years feels like being tossed by a riptide. It's hard to know which way is up. There is nothing grounded about grief. But, at some point, you have to get out of the water and let ruminations segue to new life.

I came to Kauai feeling ready, metaphorically, to get out of the current and stand on dry land again. And as counter-intuitive as this might sound, I also fought this re-emergence because that meant losing my parents really happened. There is really something to move on from. Rational? No. Real? Yes.

And so I chose to employ one of my core principles I use with my clients — respect where you are and listen to where you're ready to be. 

I will be the first to admit I am a bit of a development junkie. Not because I want to perfect life, but because I am deeply in love with the idea that you can literally create your life, which means no one is beholden to past thinking. But this little love affair can also create unrealistic expectations. 

I could hear my inner voice from the moment we stepped off the plane: "OK, I am here. Am I healed yet?" (Insert a big ol' eye roll)

Nothing.

Day two. Nada.

Day three. Nope, not yet.

And so it went. 

I read. I wrote. I swam. I got tossed by the waves. I found myself at dinner one night missing my mother so much I almost couldn't breathe.

Huh. Not what I had in mind.

Then as we're sailing into the sunset and the boat captain starts playing 60's rock n' roll, my mom's favorite, two birds cascade across the orange glow and I hear a small voice say what I'd been waiting to hear and also terrified to listen to...


"It's time to get going, Andrea. Move on. Bring us with you. But do not play stalemate on your life because you wish it were different."


There it is. The thing you avoid with loss. Getting going again. It's not like I haven't been living my life, but there's been a lot of motion without movement. And if I were to do it all over again? Well, I would choose the same.

Am I "healed"? No. Because the truth is, there is nothing broken. But I DO get to choose where to go next knowing that I will always wish to call up my mom or dad and regale them with my most recent adventure. And this is OK.

As Rich Roll shared in Finding Ultra (highly recommend!):


"Let go of the end game. Instead, fall in love with the process. Show up for life with enthusiasm and commitment. Connect with spirit. Wrestle with your soul and relish every hardship. Give freely of yourself to others. Because it's the journey that truly gives your path meaning. And there truly is no destination." 


Here's to a new chapter. One that equal parts scares me and invigorates me. One that relishes the hardship AND shows up with enthusiasm and commitment. One that chooses to be brave with my life.  


Will you gift me 90 minutes of your time to show you what you're capable of? Click the link below to choose your time & date.


Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with Me.


Wait.

Before you click that link and book time with me, I want you to answer these questions for yourself:

  • Why seek a coach now? What was/is the tipping point that brought you to this place?

  • What do you need to come out of this conversation either knowing or remembering about yourself?

  • What is the cost of not doing this work now?

  • Who will be affected by you doing this work? Think of the ripple effect beyond what you can see.

  • What holds you back? What compels you to move forward?

OK — now...

Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with me.

If after this session you don't wish to continue coaching that's OK! If you do, then we'll discuss what this looks like. These sessions are currently booked 1–2 months in advance.

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5 Reasons Your Should Fire Your Coach
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For the past two weeks, members of our free community have taken part in an "unreasonable requests" challenge. These are requests that feel unreasonable because the person we are making the request of has no reason to say yes. The challenge? 30 unreasonable requests in 30 days. If you want to join us, use this link.

I have been doing this for the past six weeks now. One of my bold asks was to take a client and someone I deeply admire to a fancy lunch. We ate yummy food, drank wine, and she gave me a challenge. An ask of myself — to write an article that stretched me. Well, challenge accepted.

It's no secret I have a pretty strong opinion about coaching, as I should. I've been a professional coach since 2010 and if I had a punch card with 10 punches, one for every coaching conversation, then I would have filled 500 punch cards by now.

There was certainly a time when you couldn't have paid me to write what I am about to share because I was more interested in pleasing than serving, being liked than being honest, and being passive than being clear.

But I was having lunch with this hip chick a couple of weeks ago — she isn't afraid to speak her truth, something I've admired about her from the day we met.

We got onto the topic of coaching which was equal parts ranting and raving when she said, "You know how everyone writes those articles about why you should hire a coach? What if you did the OPPOSITE?"

And because I love a challenge, here we are.

What qualifies me to tell you why you should fire your coach? The very work that I myself am paid to do? Nothing. No, really. No one can tell you what is best for you. Not even your coach!

However, I am very passionate about coaching. You might put me on the obsessive spectrum right over there was fanaticism except unlike the definition, I have not forgotten my aim.

Just for kicks the other day I did a quick search on the statistics of coaching. Even I was shocked. 

Did you know that the average return on investment for working with a coach is 500%? That means if you pay $500 your return is $2,500.

Did you also know that people who invest in coaching with a goal in mind are 86% MORE likely to accomplish it than those who don't use a coach?

So if it's so great, why do I want you to fire your coach? Well, as Rich Litvin says, "The coaching profession has a problem that is two-fold: there is a low bar for entry and a high bar for success."

And that high bar for success is too often passed on to the wrong person — you, the client.

Let me explain.

Coaching is simple in theory: help people achieve their dreams by way of goals, commitments, and accountability by also removing any and all blocks or upper limits that get in the way.

Here's where most coaches go wrong — they assume that if a client is motivated or excited enough they will just make shit happen.

They coach the part of you that set your goals. But, did you know that the part of you that sets a goal is not in charge of achieving it? This makes EFFECTIVE coaching NOT simple.


5 Reasons You Should Fire Your Coach:

1. Your coach is not trained.

This is a controversial topic but it shouldn't be. In NO profession is it acceptable to enter without skills or training, yet somehow the coaching industry seems to think it is exempt from this principle.

Not only this, it is the MOST accessible training to find. Most are done via distance learning, geared for adults who are already working full time and don't require more than a few months to complete. If you've long thought about a coach certification then we need to talk.

2. Your coach only prescribes you action steps and strategic plans.

I am all for action but not in lieu of deep work. If a new plan was all it took to change your behavior which changes your actions which changes your life then we would not be the most depressed or in debt adult cohort in US history. Plans are cheap because they bypass YOU.

Think of it this way: if you are NOT a coffee drinker and I asked you to drink 4 cups of coffee today it would cause mental strain and physical exhaustion for the simple fact that you would have to effort your way to doing something that goes against how you see yourself. Then again, if you are a coffee drinker and I asked you to do the same, you'd be very buzzed at the end, but it wouldn't have caused a lot of strain to do the action because it's how you see yourself.

In short, action plans cannot outperform your identity. And a coach who isn't trained in this I wouldn't get near.

3. Your coach doesn't offer an extensive pre-conversation before asking for an investment.

If your coach is unable to demonstrate in advance why you should hire them, don't. If a coach doesn't offer MORE than an hour to have a real experience of their work, I would be cautious.

A coach who only demonstrates their best AFTER you hire them is someone who keeps their cards close. Also, if you feel pressure or do not enjoy the enrollment process, run. Will it stretch you? Yes. But that stretch should feel invigorating, not threatening.

4. Your coach doesn't have a coach.

I am shocked at how many professional coaches have never worked with a coach. How can we properly represent the power in this work if we ourselves are not also experiencing it? You are allowed to ask your coach, "Who is your coach?"

5. Your coach isn't successful at the thing they coach.

If your coach is niched as a money coach but is in a ton of debt...if your coach is a relationship and marriage coach but single...if your coach is a health coach who is not healthy...if your coach is a business coach whose business is not successful...

This should be obvious but I have seen this far too often. Are we all works in progress? Yes. But we have to be honest about where we are. I would personally fire a coach who was not actively demonstrating in their own life or business the very results I hired them to achieve. 

I know these may be controversial. But the thing is, I am so proud of this industry and the good work we are doing that I can't sit back and watch the people I LOVE to serve be lost to a lack of integrity in the very people they've invested their time, energy, and money with.

I stand behind my coaching 1,000%. And I genuinely hope your coach does too. However, if you've never experienced the power in working with a coach — why don't you try it on? 

Will you gift me 90 minutes of your time to show you what you're capable of? Click the link below to choose your time & date.

Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with me.


Wait.

Before you click that link and book time with me, I want you to answer these questions for yourself:

  • Why seek a coach now? What was/is the tipping point that brought you to this place?

  • What do you need to come out of this conversation either knowing or remembering about yourself?

  • What is the cost of not doing this work now?

  • Who will be affected by you doing this work? Think of the ripple effect beyond what you can see.

  • What holds you back? What compels you to move forward?

OK. Now...

Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with me.

If after this session you don't wish to continue coaching that's OK! If you do, then we'll discuss what this looks like. These sessions are currently booked 1–2 months in advance.

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Do you dream about inspiring people?
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I love this quote from Henry Moore: "The secret to life is to have a task, something you devote your life to, something you bring everything to, every minute of the day for your whole life. And the most important thing is — it must be something you cannot possibly do.”  

The first time I read this quote I had to make sure I read the last line correctly. "Something you cannot possibly do" seems like an odd thing to dedicate your life to, but herein lies the beautiful irony of such a challenge. The seemingly impossible things of your dreams become the very things you fulfill through the intentionality that success is not required — but effort is.

Coaching is like this for me. I used to coach because I wanted to help people be less stuck. Then I did it because I wanted them to find their joy. Then I coached because I wanted to save the planet. And today I coach because witnessing others do "impossible" things is awe-inspiring.

When I started to teach coaches I was hesitant. Would I be able to truly convey the power and joy in this art? Would the process of becoming a coach be as wonderful for my students as it has been for me? Then I just decided that whatever my students got from their own pursuit would be just as incredible for me as it is when I coach my clients.

If you've ever dreamt of adding masterful life coaching to your repertoire, join me for my third cohort of Awaken Your Life in May.

Becoming a coach was not my first choice. I wanted to help people. Help them do what wasn't exactly clear in the beginning. The only clarity I had was that I was built to be in service of others.

I've always been that girl strangers share their life stories with.

It doesn't matter if I'm in line at the grocery store or on an airplane, I often find myself as the person others tell deep and meaningful things to. I must admit, I like this. Someone choosing to divulge or share something that has depth with me as a total stranger kind of blows me away. 

Somewhere in my formative years, I was the "fix it" girl. The one who, whether others asked or not, was always mending people. I felt hurt when others were unhappy.

While I would learn to not take so much responsibility for others' life choices, to this day it is hard to witness someone turn away from their life no matter what it's costing them.

This was why I chose to be a social worker and then a counselor. But I left because keeping people beholden to their past is a waste of a life. You aren't meant to stay in your ordeals. You are meant to be shaped by them, carved out of the rubble, and given that inner flame that only you know why it wholly motivates you.

In many ways, coaching picked me. I was at a rehearsal dinner for my cousin and was introduced to the founder of a coaching school I would later go on to graduate from.

It didn't feel like a big leap. To be honest it didn't even feel like it was a real job. I did not become a coach to make a ton of money because I literally didn't know I could! I didn't become a coach to change the world because who was I to make such bold requests of the world?

No, I became a coach because it was somewhere between people's past and their potential future that a coach gets to play and I remember thinking, "Now that is a pretty cool gig."

Almost 10 years and more than 5,000 coaching conversations later it is far more than "a pretty cool gig." Transformational coaches, the really good ones, can change someone so profoundly that if you really knew the long term result of that change, it would astound you.

The really good coaches are change-artists. We take what isn't apparent and make it known. We are also known as "Someone Who Transforms Things for the Better." 

Some coaches hang out in plans and strategies: they use goal measurement and accountability to effort their clients to the next step.

Some coaches hang out in encouragement and energy: they use their cheerful excitement and belief in someone to motivate them to the next step.

And then there are the rare ones. 

The coaches who hang out with your potential, who use tools of the mind and quantum field to re-wire how someone sees the world — and in doing so fundamentally changes who they are in the world. Their clients don't effort or get motivated to their next steps. They become the very dream they've imagined.

I will be so bold to put myself in this category. Not because I am special or unique but because I am fascinated and slightly obsessed with this work. And my students are no different. They could choose any school, and there are thousands of coach schools to choose from. (Which is good, because I can only train and work with 8 students per 200-hour cohort!)

I am in this category because I want to be. I want my work to be more than something that feels good. If you are a coach or on your way to being one, then please find your place and choose the mark you will leave. I believe this is up to you and you alone.

My love for this work is confirmed through my studies and education, but my true understanding of it is unearthed in my daily commitment to live an awakened life. No one is born awake. It is through the diligence of practice and dedication we get to come home, time and time again, to our True Self and do the truly great things we are built for.

I’ve used the practices of coaching, journal writing, meditation, habit change, visualization, mindfulness, yoga, breath, NLP, and more to create a whole new life, to change my health, to heal depression, to create financial prosperity, to draw opportunities to me, and more.

I will always and forever be my first client and student. I will not ask you to do anything inside this work I myself am unwilling to do or have yet to do. Your path will not look the same, but the principles we use to create our very desires are universal.

I am a lifetime seeker, as are my clients. And while along the journey I know you will find the things you want, you will also continuously come home to your true self. Want to join me?

Learn everything you need to know here > 
www.awakenyourlifecoach.com

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Getting my groove back
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I had an experience over 7 months ago I haven't really shared much here. Sometimes the line between my own process and what gets used to teach or guide others is blurred. It can quickly feel like everything in my life is game for public consumption and to be fair, we promote this with social media. We want to know what the people we admire are living through. 

However, some experiences are mine to soak in. Some come to this space or into my work with some immediacy, while others feel harbored so I can really get what I need from the experience first. I am human and also do the work. I don’t feel it’s serving or safe to bring all of my stuff into this space because you aren’t here to take care of me. This can appear as though I’ve got it all figured out — I don’t.

I practice what I preach and am, like everyone, a work in progress. I work with coaches and spiritual mentors as well as journal, meditate, and reflect on my own fears and desires just like you. And last summer I got some potent advice from within that I've been loving and living from ever since.

I don't subscribe to dogmatic approaches to health or wellness. I am wary of trends (I do admit I am on the celery juice bandwagon right now) and I don't find extremes to be healthy for my psyche. I consider myself a pretty healthy gal and feel very blessed to be able to spend time in clean air, drink water from the tap, eat organic veggies, and design my day so that I get to do things like walk and meditate.

I also have had a poor relationship with my body since I was a kid. I can say easily that I've spent more years berating myself than loving myself. This has looked like many different things — crash diets, extreme exercise, not eating, not looking at my body in the mirror, counting calories, a myriad of mind games. This wasn't wellness. 

Being my parents' caretaker when they were both dying brought me nose-to-nose with the sacredness of living in a body and also profound gratitude for being able-bodied and mobile. And yet between grief and stress, I chose to cope the best way I knew how. We all do this. I was overwhelmed with this transition and took it out in my body through words and actions. 

I ate all the sugar. I drank all the wine. I ate all the pizza. I slept all the hours. I expressed all the anger at my stomach and hips. I numbed out.

Now, don't get me wrong. There were days with grief where these things felt like true nourishment. But when they stopped nourishing me I turned a blind eye. 

There I was just days after my birthday, staring into the pages of my journal willing words to appear and tell me what to do. Tell me something that would get to the heart of it and help me re-align with not just feeling good but choosing vitality. 

Then, this journal prompt came out of my pen before I could even contemplate what I was asking myself. The prompt? If you were pregnant and responsible for another life, how would you treat yourself?

Let me be clear here — I have never been pregnant and we are currently planning our life assuming we won't have kids. So this prompt surprised me but it also got my attention!

The next thing I knew I was writing out sentence after sentence for how to heal. Heal my thoughts, mend my body, eat to promote mindful grieving, movement for connection and not punishment, and the list went on.

In the end, here are the major shifts I made that have given me a new kind of love for my body and the part of me that carries me every day so I can do the things that call me.

I got rid of every toxic skin and hair product. This included hand soap, deodorant, face lotion, shampoo, and more. This is not something I ever considered. And yet as I cleaned out these things from my life and actually studied the labels...well I can see what my intuition was up to.

I took alcohol out of the house. This was big. Like, really big. For years I've been a casual wine consumer. I was so embarrassed by how much my consumption was creeping up and couldn't fathom not drinking. This was a pretty good indication I needed to shift my relationship to this substance. I didn't take it out completely but reduced my intake by 90%. This alone has changed my life.

I started strength training again. I began lifting weights in 2009 and to this day, a strength session has this ability to empower me in every way. I found someone I trusted and bought a membership. Even when it's very cold in our garage I am committed to inner and outer strength. 

I stopped eating gluten. Again, I am not dogmatic about this stuff. I don't have a grain allergy. And yet, there is a vast difference in my mind, my joints, my belly, and my energy when I don't eat gluten. 

I rearranged my schedule so I could walk with my love daily. Touching nature every day is pure medicine. 

I signed up for yoga teacher training. I joined to reconnect with my body through breath, stillness, presence, and a practice not predicated on fitness but mindfulness. 

I don't work with physical wellness in my work but I know you have a body and I also know that the relationship you have with your body matters, literally. I would go on to add more and more practices to my life and be less strict on others. However, I can say that this list is intact. My journal delivered me precisely what I needed to hear and in a way I could own.

The results from this shift are immeasurable. The biggest one I have to say is how I communicate with myself now. My cells are listening. I decided that since I spent the last 18 years convincing my body she was imperfect I owe her at least the next 18 years loving on her fiercely. Maybe even longer.

Is there a shift you're in the brink of owning in your own life?

Will you gift me 90 minutes of your time to show you what you're capable of? Click the link below to choose your time & date.


Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with Me.


Wait.


Before you click that link and book time with me. I want you to answer these questions for yourself:

  • Why seek a coach now? What was/is the tipping point that brought you to this place?

  • What do you need to come out of this conversation either knowing or remembering about yourself?

  • What is the cost of not doing this work now?

  • Who will be affected by you doing this work? Think of the ripple effect beyond what you can see.

  • What holds you back? What compels you to move forward?

OK — now...

Book a 90-Minute Problem Solving & Possibility Creating Coaching Experience with Me.

If after this session you don't wish to continue coaching, that's OK! If you do, then we'll discuss what this looks like.

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