Maybe you’ve heard those words before. Maybe you’ve posted them on your bathroom mirror as a reminder. But it probably feels like if you could figure out how to be enough, then you’d finally be able to get somewhere instead of always fixing yourself. Right?
What if your life felt like enough, and complete, and whole, most of the time? What if, instead of pushing, shoving, and grasping, your days became a kind of unfolding, expanding, and exploring? What if all those aspirations and yearnings you wrestle with each day became your greatest allies in having your life feel lush and full? Even infinite?
Coaching with Sharon Day
Here’s how we play: in thirty-minute phone, Skype, or FaceTime sessions, we’ll dive into deep, inquisitive discussion guided by these key principles:
Authenticity—What’s real, and what’s veneer
Connection—The space between you and those who matter to you
Curiosity—Cultivating wonder, especially in situations that you’d never imagine you could
Attention—It’s a power-tool that we rarely practice or use deliberately
Desire—What do you want? The harder it is to answer this question, the more there is to discover.
Let’s explore the edge between your familiar, well-worn habits, and the lustrous (sometimes scary!) world that lies just beyond that edge. That’s where the lights come on, the colors are brighter, and the stuff that’s been stuck breaks open.
Apply for Coaching with Sharon
I only coach a select, compatible few. Please send me the info below, and we’ll schedule a complimentary session, to decide if we’re a good fit.
What are three areas of life that you find yourself thinking about often?
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In hundreds of sessions spanning nearly twenty years as a professional coach, clients routinely say things like:
“Sharon has a gift for meeting me where I’m at, bathing me in love and approval, and then gently and playfully reminding me that I really can have whatever it is I want. She uses her own deep experience to connect, to show how she’s been stuck in exactly the same spot before, and that she managed to get unstuck, which helps me see that I can too.” ~Scientist/educator & single mom, Boston, MA
“Instead of forcing myself to do things I “should” I have learned to do good things for myself because I want to take excellent care of this precious person I am.” ~Artist, linguist, and world traveller
“Sharon always brings calmness and caring to even the most difficult situations. It’s a privilege to to have her on my team. She is an extraordinary coach.” ~Founder and CEO of a global communications firm