What's been some of your challenges that you've experienced throughout the training, that you've really lent into, and you've loved and you've grown from the most?
Above the line, below the line thinking has been massive. I had to own where I was operating at and tweak that.
Take responsibility. And the other thing, just having the appreciation for others around. Not judging people. The map is not the territory which we land.
That's been massive for me.
Whereas I always thought I could go in there, and "I understand you, I understand what you're going through," but really, it's not until you actually learn the skills and the questions that you delve into, "Oh, I was wrong, who am I to judge?"
And I've become curious. More curious than I ever was, which is great.
I wanna leave a legacy of something behind, and I think where I'm meshing at the moment is with parents and teachers and children.
So, yeah, if I can just, if I know that I can help just one child, and know that that has come through me, I think that I couldn't ask for anything more. It's so fulfilling.
If someone's thinking, "Should I come along and do Foundations Coaching Success?" What would you say?
I would say, if you've got that whisper in your heart, just get in the room and do it.