Whole Life and Leadership Coaching

 

You don't have to be an interpreter for us to explore working together. I work with all kinds of people. A common theme among people who are drawn to work with me is that they want to feel more confident, self-aware and able to move forward toward their goals. I feel a kinship with people who work in service to others. Some clients care for parents, patients or clients. Some are envisioning what retirement could look like, or are already retired and are wanting to establish fulfilling habits. Some have been employed as teachers or nurses, others as coaches. Some are living abroad and most are in the US.

 

Some of my clients have a heightened sense of self-awareness, bordering on self-scrutiny. Others wish they knew who they were. Some are dealing with self-acceptance, some are in long-term sobriety, or are dealing with coming out. Some are transitioning into new circumstances, and in doing so, see the opportunity to make changes. Some of my clients meet me at workshops, while others are referred by friends or clients. Well, you get the picture. 

 

What we do for work is one aspect of who we are. My commitment is to helping people identify and satisfy their goals. . . while also aligning their values. I work with the goals my clients bring while always holding the knowledge that they can live and work with greater aliveness and purpose. 

 

Please feel free to contact me to see if we would be a good fit. Visit www.meetme.so/arlynanderson, or Just click the calendar link in the top right corner.

 

 

 

 

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"Arlyn was one of three coaches I met with in order to figure out which coaching style and approach was the best fit for me. Arlyn wrapped up our initial complimentary coaching session by asking, "What is one learning you are taking away from our time together?" I appreciated that Arlyn had me thinking more deeply from our first conversation and it was easy to answer, as I was already learning things about myself, even in a session just meant to introduce us to each other. "

Michele Braley

Minneapolis MN USA