Whole Person Coaching Services Designed For Women Over 40
Future Mapping assesses all areas of your personal and professional life. This three-day intensive takes you through business, personal development and nutrition all at once in order to create a roadmap of where to go next.
We use the practice of Future Mapping assess all areas of your personal and professional life. Sometimes, people need to address certain areas of their personal life, professional career and/or business. Since those things often merge, sometimes they need to be looked at as a whole.
Because of this, we’ve designed an eight-week intensive takes you through business, personal development and nutrition all at once in order to create a roadmap of where to go next. We’ll look at where you are, where you want to go and figure out the steps that lay in between NOW and NEXT. The program is designed to provide ongoing support and can be extended in two, four and six-week increments if it’s necessary.
We firmly believe we’re in charge of our own destinies, but we don’t believe in all the “hippy dippy woo” that goes with it. We love metaphysics, but we don’t believe that we can simply “manifest” new realities. Change takes research, development, hard lessons learned and a willingness to get comfortable in uncertainty. It also takes prayer and luck (okay...so may that’s a little woo).
The way we use Future Mapping is a process where we look at the personal, professional and business components all at the place and create a map to the end goal. We look at where you currently see yourself at, we then assist you in discovering where they’re really at, and then we where you want them to end up. In the end, you’ll have a step-by-step roadmap to your success documenting how you arrived at. If we work with you over a prolonged period of time, we may update the map once or twice in order to account for new factors, but ultimately we’ll enable you to keep yourself on track.
We’ve taught ourselves to stay safe and small. When we try and step outside of that and go big, there’s a lot of discomfort, fear and pain. If we’re willing to move through it, that how we know it’s the right path. –– Macala and Kecia