The purpose of a storyteller is not to tell you how to think, but to give you questions to think upon.

Discover your hidden beliefs.

Befriend the ones that have been your enemy.

Change what you thought cannot be changed.

Create a new story.

All within the context of fun, creativity and wisdom.


Do nothing, be everything.

The present moment has no need of your story. 

At the center of every heart is an ear.

Notice this moment right now. If it was your last moment to live, what would be attending to instead? 

You are no thing and every thing.

When you don’t think about responsibility as a burden but as your ability to respond what’s available now?

We are not stupid rather we are often stuporous.

I practice “lazy/nosy” coaching. I ask a lot of questions and let my clients do all of the work.

As a coach, your job is not to have brilliant answers but ask profound questions.

When you step into your own authority you are consciously writing your own story. 

If you are not the main character of your own story, you are not authorized to create this story.

What were you before you decided to make yourself wrong?

God’s job is already taken and they will never be seeking a replacement.

It’s all in the prepositions.

It took more than one person to get you into this situation and it’s going to take more than one to get you out!

In the event of a “toxic mental spill” get help to clean it up.

Move from being in the hole to being whole and thus experience holiness.  

The opposite of fear is safety.

I am the “Queen of paradox”… or not!


It’s easy to suffer the omnipotence of impotence and the impotence of omnipotence.

There’s no point in having a tragedy if you can’t make it work for you.

If you are going to create a story (and we always do) give it a happy ending!

There’s no “me” in perfection. But don’t breathe too easily if you’re a perfectionist. There’s no “you” either!

The best way to speed up is to notice your breath and slow slow down. 

If you forgot your passion it’s not your passion.

Judith is an International Coaching Federation designated Master Coach (MCC) as well as a CTI (Coaches Training Institute) Certified Co-Active Coach (CPCC) and a nineteen year member of their faculty. Throughout her career as therapist and coach, she has conducted over 1500 supervisions and still loves doing them.

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With over 30 years of experience as a psychotherapist, coach and trainer, Judith is considered an elder in the coaching community. She helps coaches, entrepreneurs, and innerpreneurs (an entrepreneur who works for personal growth and development) rewrite their stories live their full potential. Is that you?

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Story-crafting coaching with Judith is a gift. She is a rare combination of a great leader, professional coach, and a wonderful down to earth person and friend. I wouldn’t want to miss one session with her.

E.K., Executive Coach and Consultant, Zurich, Switzerland

Judith taught me to be a masterful and powerful coach! She also had me grow as a leader. Most of all she had me trust my own ability. Thanks to Judith I am very successful in my work as a coach. She’s a true role model.

E.B., Executive Coach, Malmö, Sweden

Judith is a truly remarkable individual who integrates her academic credentials with her own life experiences which results in powerful realizations and transformations.

L.D. Executive Coach and Consultant, Calgary, Canada

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