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You do not become good by trying to be good, but by finding the goodness that is already within you,
and allowing that goodness to emerge.

 Eckhart Tolle



Everyone deserves coaching. We live in increasingly complex times and can all benefit from support navigating the complexity of our lives and world. Adulthood is not a static stage, but one of ongoing change and growth. Coaching can help us explore limiting beliefs. It allows us to probe what is currently unseen in order to stretch our perspectives, adapt, and heal. In coaching, we explore how to cultivate the inner resources to face life’s inevitable challenges with confidence and ease.


You may seek out a coach because you need support with a particular issue - seeking a new job, getting "unstuck" professionally, processing feedback from others. As your coach, I create a safe and supportive space for you to find and surmount the barriers between you and abundance. I use an intuitive approach, as opposed to a step-by-step method, which leans heavily on powerful questions and deep listening. I also draw on the latest insights in adult development, systems thinking, emotional intelligence, somatic awareness, leadership studies, and change management. I help you develop resilience, presence, and well-being while you explore who you are and who you desire to become.


Coaching with Laurelin has been nothing short of transformational.  Laurelin's warm presence, thoughtful, inquisitive questions, and wealth of knowledge and tools helped me uncover a deeper connection with my whole self.  As a result, I have a much richer understanding of my worth and I am so much more present and grateful in my daily life. Our work enabled me to better align my professional life with my own values and priorities. I finally feel like I'm on the right career path even though that entailed quitting my traditional corporate job and embarking on a new adventure.  I feel much more in control of my life and my future. I have the tools to not only tolerate but embrace and seek out the unknown.

Suzanne Corley | MBA

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