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When we start to work together to design your winning game, we look at your Wheel of Life. Each of the eight spokes represents one element of your life game.

Together, we will define where your strong leanings are; and we will also, on the other hand, identify the gremlins or the areas of your life where you sabotage yourself. Some call the gremlins the flat tires in your wheel. As we see where the unbalances exist in your wheel of life, I will encourage you to imagine how close you would be to winning…if all spokes were equal.

To best define your wheel, you will fill out a questionnaire, answering:
  • What do you truly want out of life?
  • When do you give your power away?
  • What game would you put your heart and soul into?
  • What problems do you want to resolve?
  • What do you need most from me, as your coach?
  • In the next three months, what five areas are your main focus?

And then…
  1. We will create a personalized learning and practice plan based on your unique strengths…this will be a winnable game worth playing.
  2. We will practice the plan over and over, building on your excellence at the game…remember, that practice makes perfect.
  3. We will then expand the game so that you will grow as the challenges become bigger and bigger…believe me, you will grow!

Judith, thanks so much for all your help. I feel that I'm at a turning point in my life where I need to make all the right choices in order to get the results I've always been trying to get. I know that things are already changing and things will just keep getting better. One step at a time, one day at a time, you are essential to this process as my guide.
- Executive Assistant to Senior VP

“Executive coaches are not for the meek. They’re for people who value unambiguous feedback. All coaches have one thing in common; it’s that they’re ruthlessly results-oriented.”
- Claire Tristan, Fast Company

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