“I highly recommend Julie as a coach. She is personable, professional and really helped me to achieve some clarity going forward. Julie helps cut to the heart of the matter and to develop achievable goals. I would love to have coaching with Julie again!”
“In the short time that I worked with Julie I found her practical, honest and consistent approach to life and her work to be motivating and inspiring. It certainly caused me to notice what was missing in my approach to life and I value the lessons and information that I learned from her.” I would also like to take this opportunity to thank you for your free time, your patience and you following up with me on a number of occasions. I realize that my hasty reactive attitude to a situation that frustrated me caused unnecessary increased frustration and stress. Warm wishes and have a great weekend.
“As a coach, I found Julie extremely intuitive as she seemed to know exactly what I needed to do and perhaps more importantly needed to hear. As a result of my session with Julie I feel even more confident in my ability to overcome limitations that I have in the past allowed my mind to place on me. For example, through our discussions about my verbal communication skills I feel much more confident discussing complicated topics at work where I have always hesitated in the past to speak as much as I should because of a fear that “it might not come out right”. By helping me to appreciate that this way of thinking was limiting the value I was providing to my managers, I now feel that it is my responsibility to share the information I have. The more practice I have in sharing, the more confident I become. I felt very connected to Julie and appreciated her kindness, openness and understanding. She is really good at what she does.” Julie, I really do mean it when I say I think you are great at what you do. All the very best,
Hi Julie, Thank you very much for the coaching session. It helped greatly in getting to know why I do what I do and to put my demons aside and get on with life living with more self-respect. One thing that I found useful is to know what I don’t want. So many times it is suggested to know what you want. Equally to know what I don’t want sets in motion a greater sense of clarity. I feel a weight has been lifted off my shoulders with regard to having to do something with the xxxxxxx. This has been haunting me for years and the time has come to close that off which I have already done.