Move Forward One Step at a Time.
Are you at a crossroads in life and not sure of your next steps? Do any of these life-changing situations ring true for you?
- You’re experiencing a bit of a midlife crisis
- You’re looking at a new career path or maybe your job has changed
- You’re going through separation or divorce
- You’re considering relocating as a way to solve your problems
- You’d like to retire but not sure if you can handle the lifestyle change
Maybe you’re confused and feeling “stuck” trying to figure out which direction is best for you with regard to your career, family, relationship or health goals.
Afraid you’ll make a mistake?
Major life transitions such as facing divorce, changing careers or embarking upon retirement are the times in life when we often need some help figuring out our next move.
In the words of Albert Einstein, “We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used to create them.”
- Because we are too close to our own problems to solve them objectively.
- You can’t afford to trust your own judgment and risk making a mistake.
- Because we are emotional beings and these are life-changing and difficult decisions that may have far-reaching and irreversible effects.
The good news is – you don’t have to make this decision alone. Maybe you feel there’s no one you can talk to openly about your feelings around this decision or maybe you fear that if you do, they won’t understand and will judge you or label you. Or maybe you don’t trust them to help you.
What is needed is fresh insight, perspective, and guidance.
That’s where an objective coach with the training to help you sort through what matters most to you comes into play.
- Coaching with Cindi Britton will help you:
- Expand your thinking and preview your options
(to open up avenues you would never have thought of on our own)
- Explore what truly is possible for you
(it’s usually much more than your tunnel vision allows)
- Put things into a better perspective
(so you will be clear and confident in taking the next steps)
There’s no need to go it alone. You want someone in your corner who is dedicated to listening compassionately, with no judgment — and then helping you to focus with clarity and confidence and move forward, one clear step at a time. We’ll break what seems like an insurmountable problem into easy action steps