Since a few weeks, I have been having coaching conversations with people to develop and sharpen my coaching skills, as well as to find whether is a specific audience or specific type of questions I am resonating with the most and/or I am able to make a biggest difference.
It is still too early to speak of the trends… Plus, most of the people who come to check my coaching are members of Live Your Legend community. This fact already sketches out the type of questions from which the conversations generally start: finding one’s passion and transitioning from a “safe secure boring” job to the career one enjoys doing, to the work that one “can’t not do”.
As a person who has been exposed to the self-development world for eight years by now, including three years in the Live Your Legend community, and who has discovered solid grounding in the inside-out understanding of the human experience just a few months ago as something that looks like so many other things on the surface, but is fundamentally different in its foundation… I have been really curious to experiment, to see how people react to an exposure to the truths about life that I have come to see, how people react to bringing in the spiritual side of things.
Not surprisingly, reactions are as different as are people. However, throughout these conversations I am beginning to notice common ideas that I bring to the table, common forms of articulation of my understanding, and I would like to describe some of them here, probably extending them with some words I haven’t been yet saying to the people in the sessions.
I plan to have lessons in a shorter format than my typical blog posts and I would attempt to make them more engaging and thought-provoking – what is left for you when the thoughts settle down would be yours forever.
We will start on Monday, and the first post (if I don’t change my mind up until then) will be about passions: the activities that you enjoy doing, the work around which you would really like to build a career.