I love to hear the inspiring powerful presence you have. Keep up the amazing work, women need you!
~ Lisa Nichols
It was a breath of fresh air. I began to realize that the freedom I felt/experienced on the coaching call was something I was created to enjoy and able to have in my life on a daily basis.
~ Chantel C.
Vasavi has a compassionate and caring style of coaching with the perfect level of toughness that allowed me to push myself toward my intended outcomes.
~ Melissa R.
i used to have some S&M qualities.
may still actually.(Not in a whips and chains kind of way)
more in a self judgment, lack of compassion, and drive to succeed 24/7 kind of way.
let me tell ya right now. there is nothing pleasurable about running on 4 hours of sleep, drinking 5 cups of coffee and
basically feeling like my poor heart is going to jump out of my chest.
I have some good news though.
what i now know to be true is
if you just listen and do what feels good
life doesnt suck anymore.
so what feels good?
hitting the snooze button. 5 or 6 times.
hanging out in pajamas.until 9’oclock at night.
moving slowly throughout the day.
answering your emails/phone calls whenever you feel like it. (Sorry Tim Ferriss)
Saying, “I’m going to let you go now” to the person on the other end of the phone is draining you of your precious time and energy.
reading 4 books at a time. and possibly not finishing any of them this year.
doing the opposite of what your tight schedule says.
pursuing your wild and outrageous dreams. (ignore the naysayers)
making money. a lot of it.
stopping everything and rolling around in the grass. (I just did this yesterday..AH-MAZING)
sleeping in the middle of the afternoon.
saying YES! WEEEEEEEEEEEEEE
being super pumped and super psyched about your dreams, goals, and accomplishments.
do what makes you feel good and your life will be
Welcome to my redesigned website and new blog! I’m excited to be able to share my insights and offer suggestions for staying– or finally getting on track. There are many available resources to help you along in your journey, and I will be reviewing some of them and making recommendations. I’ll be sharing some client success stories and profiling individuals and businesses who benefit from coaching.
I thought a logical place to begin is for me to explore and explain a bit about personal coaching— and how it differs from therapy. I’m often asked about these two disciplines; how they are similar and how they differ.
In coaching, we will form a co-active partnership designed to create a vision for your future that better balances the many aspects of your life; that promotes achievement from possibilities; that inspires and motivates you to take the next step; that enhances your performance; that helps you really live the life you want to live. Such a partnership will help you stay focused and on track so you develop more rapidly and produce more satisfying results in your life than you would normally accomplish on your own.
You can choose to focus on your business, career, finances, life purpose, vocation, relationships, health, time management, spirituality, etc. If there’s an area of your life that feels out-of-sync, we can address it together and make a plan to get you back on track!
Therapy focuses on healing and correcting past problematic behavior, while Life Coaching is more positive and motivational; focusing on helping the client maximize and get the most quality out of living their life. In both, the client enters into a professional, confidential relationship to make some life changes. Communication is an essential part of this change process. Over time, with regular on-going sessions, change is expected to occur. Let me begin this journey with you!