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In coaching, it is about you.

Personal coaching can help you reach your highest and deepest goals and move into powerful, life-affirming action.

What matters to you in the years to come?

What are you focusing on right now?

Responding to change

Leading in uncertainty
Work/life balance



Career transition

Role shift

Your purpose

Creating the life you want

Letting go

Doing and not doing

Overcoming the inner critic

Coaching will support you to open your life.

Fulfill your leadership potential at work and in the world.
Tune your life to your own purpose and values.
Broaden the perspectives you bring to the challenges of your life.
Come into the present moment with more aliveness.
Have greater awareness of your own thoughts and feelings.
Become a better leader, partner, team member, parent.
Respond creatively instead of reacting by habit.
Act powerfully to meet your goals.

As a coach, I won't give you answers or try to solve your problems.

As a mentor, I will make suggestions based on my experience.

I will help you reach your destination by meeting you where you are, listening intently, and asking powerful questions.

I will challenge and support you as you work to develop your own understanding, direction, action steps, and accountability to yourself.

You will be led by your own understanding as you grow.

The agenda and the responsibility for your choices are always yours. 

I hold you as naturally creative, resourceful, and whole.

Read what clients have to say about the

of working with Full Presence Coaching

“You are not your past. You are your amazing future.” 
― Sravani Saha Nakhro

“So much of our life takes place inside our heads, in memory, or imagination, or interpretation, or speculation, that if I really want to change my life, I might best begin
by changing my mind.”

― Pico Iyer

“When someone is walking beside us, we have more courage to walk into the unknown and to risk the dark and messy places in our journey.” 
― Henry Kimsey-House

“If you argue for your limitations
you get to keep them.”

― Kelly Lee Phipps

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