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Welcome From Linda

Last March I was thinking about how springing forward is hope for change.  Most of us humans don’t like change that much.  Too scary actually.  But I just heard that if I run from my fear, then I run from my life and I sort of hate to leave behind all the possible good things.  Thoreau once wrote that “Things don’t change; we change.”  And I also read that when talking about the survival of the fittest, it really isn’t about just being smart and strong, but rather it is about our ability to adapt to our situation, and after surviving, maybe even thriving. Sometimes that just seems too hard to even think about.  I prefer that things change so that I don’t have to work too hard and maybe I catch an unexpected break and then not so much is expected of me.  (I can hear you asking, “So how is that working for you?”)

What's new at Well Experience . . . Life Coach

After receiving my Master's degree from Winthrop University in counseling over 25 years ago, I have been privileged to work with so many wonderful individuals, families with children, and families without children.  It is from this foundation of valuable information, perspective and experience, I have decided to change my practice just a bit and see how many folks I can partner with (coach) so that they might feel inspired and motivated to "grow themselves" toward the greater competence and fulfillment that they desire and would dare to hope for.  I think we would all agree that lasting change doesn't happen over night.  It is my belief that interaction with a life coach such as myself on a regular basis creates a system that offers information but it bridges the gap that is often created between knowledge and action.  The system does this by offering an accountability and motivation that promotes change.  (professional statement)

 

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