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My aim is to support you in making significant and lasting changes to the way you show up in the world. And I can’t do that without your full participation, so I’m careful about who I take on as clients. It’s important that you meet a few key criteria before we move forward.
The Three Roses Test: How I choose who to work with
Rose One: are you receptive and ready?
The tools I use require active participation and a willingness to be honest, self reflective, and engaged as a client. So it’s necessary that you’re receptive to the work, and ready to dive in.
Rose Two: are you resourced?
This work is liberating. It releases more energy than you put in. That said, you have to start with something. You need to put time, energy, and resources into the work in order to reap the benefits. When we enter a coaching relationship, we’re making a commitment to service and growth. So it’s imperative that you have the resources - time, energy, money - to see it through to completion.
Rose Three: are you radiant or rad, and do you think I’m rad?
We’re going to be spending a lot of time up close and personal in the next 6 months. It makes a huge difference to the enjoyment of the whole experience if we click, and have a natural and easy regard for one another. If I don’t get the feeling that we’re going to enjoy one another’s company during the work, I pass on working together. This is not a judgment on you, it just means we’re not a fit.
So if you’re ready, and you’re prepared to invest the resources, and you think I’m rad, let’s dive in.
Before we continue - a note about results, outside work, and tools:
I’ve seen powerful transformations time and time again, and that's what this work is all about. Internal transformation. So I'll bring my all to support you in making these changes, rather than focusing on external results.
The sessions are fully contained and don’t require homework or outside effort. You may spend a few minutes reflecting before a session to collect your thoughts, but this is optional. We come together, dive deep, and the process is completed within the session. If we need to continue working on a specific pattern, we’ll pick it back up at the next session.
Similarly, I don’t provide resources, documentation, systems, templates, accountability, or other support outside of sessions. I’ve found that the work we do in session is enough, and is a far more powerful investment of time and energy.
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