As I work with my clients, I see so many with similar and overlapping passions and goals. Because of this, they serve as resources for each other. But only if they know each other.
So, I decided to introduce all my clients to each other over coffee and dessert.
But I also had other reasons for getting them in the same room. I wanted to thank them. And to honor them.
I wanted to thank them for being such a blessing to me. They have no idea how much of a blessing they’ve been.
I’ve had clients call on me when I had eye surgery to see how I was doing.
I’ve had clients give me handmade jewelry as a gift and do a drawing of mw as my childhood hero.
But most of all, I’ve gained such joy in just getting to know my clients. To hear them share their dreams and to help them pursue those dreams with success.
It Takes Courage
I also wanted to honor them for their courage. It took all of them a lot of courage to take that first step in seeking coaching to pursue their passions.
Because they took that step, they are the ones who are no longer feeling stuck in their lives and careers.
They are the ones who are putting one foot in front of the other to make their passions and goals a reality.
You’re the Inspiration
When I had each person at the event go around and tell about their passion, it was like I was hearing their story for the first time. Even though my work with each of them allows me to know the details of their efforts, hearing them share their stories with others was so inspiring!
It was inspiring to hear how goals are being clarified, pursued, and achieved. Whether it is someone working to make their side hustle their full-time gig, or another finding a job they love going to everyday.
Growing in Confidence
Since many of my clients are spread out across the country, not everyone could attend. But one client came all the way from West Palm Beach, Florida.
One of my local clients couldn’t attend because she had play practice for a musical she’d finally had the courage and confidence to audition for because of the coaching she’s received thus far. It was her first time in years auditioning or singing, and she landed one of the main roles in a production of Little Shop of Horrors. She’s also finally gained the confidence to start her own business, something she’s wanted to do for some time.
I can’t help but beam when I see my clients stepping out of their comfort zone and growing in their confidence.
Because that’s what it’s all about.
Are you ready to get unstuck and start pursing your passions? Take the first step by completing the paNASH intake form. I’d love to help you grow in your confidence and achieve your goals!
Photos by Katie Gooch
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