The Will be Done Coaching Story
I've always been fascinated by the idea of making things happen with your mind. Why? Because, as a kid, before I knew that I couldn't do that, I did that. But sadly, by around second grade, I had been brainwashed enough to believe I had no power outside of what I could do with my little brain and wee little body. It should come as no surprise that I became nearsighted, shy, and a really hard worker shortly thereafter.
But deep down, I never forgot who I was and the power I roared into this world with.
So I embarked on a quest that included spiritual studies, reading and practicing New Age techniques, prayer, positive thinking - your name it. It was all interesting, to be sure, but I never was able to make any of it work for me, at least not consistently.
Years later, the Law of Attraction got popular. Like attracts like! You get what you think about most! You need to feel good to have good! This mystical system of limerick-sounding rules was too catchy not to work, so it had to work, right?
Well . . . it didn't work. Right.
Through all those years of searching, I learned what my own purpose on this Earth is, and that is to help people get their power back. I had no idea how to do this, but I knew life coaching would be the avenue. So I got life coaching myself, studied coaching techniques, etc. But once again, none of it really worked for me.
So one day, I did the smart thing and yelled to the heavens. "I want to be a coach and help people! You made me like this! Give me something that works that I can share with people! Amen!"
Fortunately, lightning did not strike, but it wasn't long before I got a spiritual download, if you will. It said, "You get what you are willing to be, do, and have." End of transmission.
I spent the next few years researching, experimenting, and adapting that single statement into a simple coaching system that actually works and is easy to learn. I've been teaching it now for nearly 15 years. I never cease to be amazed at the results clients get, and have given up on pretending I'm not surprised by their results. I squeal right along with them because it's just easier not to conceal my appreciation of the gift I was given to share this work with people, and to see them succeed. I am forever grateful for this work, and look forward to sharing it with you.