The short answer is that people don’t come to see ME; they come to meet themselves.
It is one of my roles to be a mirror. I help human beings to meet themselves to learn to appreciate and get more access to themselves.
Which context/state are people in when they come to see you?
Quite often they feel frustrated or suffer somehow. The pain they experience when we meet is real. It is often the result of long-standing havits of banging their head agains the same wall for a while. It hurts in many places: mind, body, heart. They feel frustrated and exhausted as the cost of success is getting higher. It is not sustainable.
We meet as they are searching a renewed or new access to confidence in themselves on their way to manifest bold visions through a capacity to inspire others.
My clients are often creators; they are purposeful entrepreneurs and inspired innovators. They have many ideas for the world they want to build. They want to rally people around their cause or join a cause for purposeful impact. Part of the impact is finding the key to creating ways for others to make a difference together.
Meeting them at a time they are open to changing the way they engage in their experience is a privilege.
I am fortunate to partner with my clients when their quest is important enough for them to let go of how they have learnt to be to access who they are at heart to manifest audacious visions.
Losing access to confidence is simply a part of the journey toward ambitious goals; it breeds humility and capacity for wider inclusion of ourselves and others.
This process allows for the rediscovery and reorganisation of our belief system. It is a way to deepen our sense of ownership as we generate a mindset shift and transform the way we create the world we live in, be it through products, services, education systems, or others.
People who come to see me have deeper access to the essence of their vision and free the resources which will empower it.
“Why do people come to see me?”
I get asked this question a lot. And the next one is, “Why do they come to see YOU? What does it come with when they come to see you?”