As every client is different, it would not be possible to explain my services in an absolutely uniform and structured way. Among the first things, I do with new clients is work to gain an intuitive understanding of your personal sources of inspiration that lays down the foundation of our work.
Just Talk is a method of harmonization that assumes that within each and every person there exists a capacity to tap into the unique rhythm of their life and personal center. It is meant to be liberating, and to foster a sense of personal agency and the independent authorship of one’s life.
As a result, this form of coaching is not meant to be a long-term process – 1-month is promising, 3-months is common, 6-months is possible … but beyond that, it is quite rare, apart from single sessions to touch base.
For many, single sessions scheduled only as-needed may be the most appropriate – a simple reminder. Certainly, it is not my intention to create clients for many years; but rather to help you to co-create and recognize your own freedom, that you may walk in this as soon as possible.
This is your right – whether you choose to work with me or not.
Generally, there are two types of clients who seek out this service:
- The client with a specific goal in mind.
- The client who feels something is not quite right, a restlessness or lack of inner peace, who is looking to quite literally “just talk” to recover their sense of inner clarity, momentum, self-confidence and a purposeful direction.
Because Just Talk is a side job for me, I do not rely on this income for my living expenses. It is something I do for the pure joy and privilege of supporting someone on their own journey, and it is an honor to be a part of your path. It also means that I am comfortable stating the following:
We may not be a good fit. If I feel you would be better served by a different practitioner, or that your expectations from the collaboration are unrealistic, I will share this with you during our initial call. Regardless, I enjoy speaking with people from all walks of life and welcome your questions.
O I could sing such grandeurs and glories about you!
You have not known what you are – you have slumbered upon yourself all your life.
The mockeries are not you;
Underneath them and within them I see you lurk.
Whoever you are! claim your own at any hazard!
Walt Whitman, To You (175)