The other day, I went into a toy store to pick up a baby shower gift. I knew exactly what I was looking for—a cuddle hedgehog I’d seen on the store’s website the previous night.
After a few minutes of browsing on my own (and exercising extreme will power to not sniff any of the scented markers), I asked the saleswoman for help.
I described the product to her.
“Hmmm,” she said. “Was it a polla-doo toy?”
“I’m sorry. I don’t know what that is,” I said.
She showed me the polla-doo toys. They were nothing like the toy I described.
“Oh,” she said. “Was it a boodle buddy?”
“I’m sorry. I don’t know what that is either,” I said again.
She gestured towards the boodle buddies. They too were nothing like the toy I described.
I felt like I was in Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory, where I was having a conversation with a magical woman who spoke a mystical language that I couldn’t understand.
And that got me thinking this may be exactly how you feel when you hear me talk about confidence coaching.
It’s not every day that you meet a confidence coach, and it’s entirely possible that you have no idea what I do.
So let me explain.
I am a certified professional coach and I specialize in helping people find the confidence they need to reach their highest potential in all aspects of their life.
I do this by asking lots of questions, sometimes hard questions, to bring out my clients’ brilliance.
I hold my clients accountable and I call them on their shit.
I hold space for my clients to reflect and to process.
And through all of this, I take my clients from a good life in the present to an awesome life in the future.
I guide them to a new level of self-awareness.
I help them free themselves from negative self-talk.
I help them live in the present and be more mindful.
I help them reach their goals.
I help them break free from rules and “shoulds” and “have tos”.
I help them feel free.
And I help them fly.
My clients are amazing. They are the brave ones. They answer the hard questions and put in the work. I simply guide them, holding their hands on this crazy journey.
If you want to fly and if you’re ready go all-in, I’d love to help you. It might be a little bit scary and it might be hilarious, but I won’t let you fall. We’ll do this together. Let’s change your life.
And if you know where I can find a cuddle hedgehog, please share.