In my work with clients, I’m here to serve them, not to please them. I will say the say that needs to be said. I will not answer the question they are asking. Instead, I listen to their voices. To their energy. And I ask questions from THAT place.
My client Julie shares her recent experience of this with me:
“I had recently gone through some very challenging and gut-wrenching events – both personally and professionally. I thought I had given myself enough time to process them, so I scheduled time with Angie to discuss what was next for me. I thought we were going to create a plan for my next endeavor, but after giving Angie the rundown of those recent events, I was exhausted. I didn’t even have the words to describe what I was feeling (rare for me). Angie asked me what I needed at that moment, and the words, ‘A vacation,’ just came out of my mouth before I had time to think. It’s the day after that call, and I have a vacation booked that starts in less than a week! Looking at that now, it was the most obvious thing I needed – a true break from it all. That’s what Angie does – she “sees” the questions to ask that help me find the way to my right answer.”
If I can help “see” you to your right answer, reach out and let’s talk.