Am I both a goose and a fairy godmother?
Over the past few months, I have had the pleasure and honor of supporting Linda Chase in her One Week Job Project, Never Too Late! This dedicated lady is not letting financial stress, single-parenthood, or job-market ageism hold her back from realizing her potential and going on an adventure that would daunt many a brave soul.
Linda is committed to exploring a different job most every week for a year (some paid, some volunteer) as she discovers more about her passions, flexes her strengths and connects with interesting people along the way.
We have laughed and cried together in our life coaching sessions but I laughed (and cried) even harder when I read her recent blog post about me (where she calls me both a goose and a fairy godmother)! Please take a moment to read more about Linda and her journey and spread the word so that she can get the sponsorship she needs to make her vision a reality!
I really do understand what it feels like to lose your way. Because I have lived through the dark moments of self-doubt and hit the walls of seemingly impossible obstacles, I am even more passionate about seeing my clients thrive. There is nothing more inspiring to me than helping others deeply connect to their own meaningful purpose. I believe that everyone has an inner wisdom that can guide them to be their most true, creative and fulfilled self. In our coaching sessions, we explore that together. In the past 15 years, my life has changed so much. I have a life partner who is a writer/photographer/journalist and together we had a second son, now ten years old. I have a close relationship with my grown son; we love to hit the ski mountain together and we have long talks about most everything. If you are looking for an collaborator who can understand your hardships and hold a vision with you of your possibilities, I would love to be your Life and Career Coach!
Oh Savannah, now you made ME cry. Thank you for such beautiful support.
I LOVE that you are assisting Linda on this journey!
Good for you Savannah!
I wish Linda well. She seems like an amazing, courageous woman!