From the Coaching Room
Insights, tips and tricks from the coaching room to help you make the most of life after the kids have left home.
The magic of coaching happens as much during the periods between coaching sessions as in the sessions themselves.
Navigator is simple. You fix a time for an online conversation during which I ask you three questions to help you start to think about all these issues and put them into priority order.
Your primary consideration when you buy coaching should be whether the value exceeds the price you will pay.
The comments of my financial planning clients offer proof that coaching works for parents whose children have left home.
Although I have called the site "Welcome to the Empty Nest", the site focuses on the many years ahead after the kids have left your nest rather than the immediate aftermath of the children's departure.
Do you know the limits of what you will do for others and what you will do to further your values?
Acknowledging the coaching and training I have received that has been instrumental in developing my private coaching service
With the kids away, it can be difficult to untangle your new priorities.
Follow these three principles to help develop a philosophy that will make your kids as proud of you as you are of them.
Do you think your children might be a little bit disappointed if you, their parent, had neglected to use the many skills and talents they know you possess?