Personal Coaching Returns

By Mary Peabody, WAgN Director

When we began offering personal coaching sessions last May I did not imagine we’d still be in the throes of the pandemic this many months later. But, here we are and life continues to be chaotic and uncertain. These last couple months have been a rollercoaster of events and the world seems upside down on so many levels. Chances are good some aspect of your life is not feeling great right now and I’d like to be there for you.

For the next several months I will be offering our friends in the food system up to 3 free 45-minute coaching sessions. Together, we’ll focus on your situation and work to get you a practical action plan for the near future.

Coaching helps people get past their obstacles in order to create the results they want in life, work, relationships and personal growth.

I may not know what the future holds but I am a great listener. As a trained coach, I have access to some amazing tools to help you organize your thoughts and create positive momentum in your life. And I have 30 years of experience in farm and business coaching.

Coaching helps people get past their obstacles in order to create the results they want in life, work, relationships and personal growth. I don’t tell people what they should do; instead I ask powerful questions in an effort to help you find the answers that always lie within. Coaching is particularly helpful if you feel out of balance — and who doesn’t these days? You might find yourself working too much, playing too little. You might feel something is missing but can’t quite put your finger on it. You are facing a major life transition, or perhaps you just want more joy in your life.  We can talk about your business, your family, your health concerns, finances or the world in general – it’s totally up to you.

To get started complete this simple request form and I’ll be in touch to schedule a time that works.  Coaching sessions are held either though phone or video conference so distance is not an issue.

If you’re reading this consider yourself invited!

About Beth Holtzman

Beth Holtzman is outreach and education coordinator for the UVM New Farmer Project the Women's Agricultural Network.
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