Tell Me Again

by Fern on September 30, 2004

“Tell me again,” she said as she wrapped her arms around him. Tell me again she repeated. “Tell you what?” He replied with mischief. You know, she smiled, and held him even tighter. Her face pressed against his shirt.
“It’s okay, honey, we are going to get through this,” he answered with conviction.
“Yes, we are going to get through this together,” she stated as the tears ran down her face and she dug her face into his chest.
Support is very important in your journey of life. It may be family, or friends, or even total strangers, but it must be there. I only have a brother left in my family, so I was lucky to marry and along with my husband came his wonderful family. Before I was married, I was not open to support from anyone. I wanted to be independent, make my own money, and be my own boss. I achieved all three. It’s easy to see now at this stage in my life how much easier my journey would have been if I had sought out help along the way.
That’s why at this turn in the road, I am committed to working with a coach to help me realize my goals. That’s what a good coach is all about- asking provocative questions to bring out the “a-ha” in you. That question will make you ponder the answer for a moment or for weeks. The answer to that question will help you find another answer. That answer will help change your life. I think coaching will emerge as the profession of the 21st century. You can read more about this industry at www.icf.org and www.coachville.com., or better yet- email me at fern@afdadvisors.com for a free consultation to see if you would like to be coached.
“What you can do, or dream you can, begin it. Boldness has a genius, power, and magic in it.”
-Goethe.

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