Coaching with Judith is a gift. It is inspiring, engaging and most importantly so much fun. As a coach and facilitator myself, our regular coaching sessions keep me on track and focused not only with my business questions but more importantly with my own personal evolution. Judith helps me find my voice and to tell the most powerful stories about myself. 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.
In the event of a “toxic mental spill” get help to clean it up.
I practice “lazy/nosy” coaching. I ask a lot of questions and let my clients do all of the work.
You are no thing and every thing.
If you forgot your passion it’s not your passion.
There’s no “me” in perfection. But don’t breathe too easily if you’re a perfectionist. There’s no “you” either!
It’s easy to suffer the omnipotence of impotence and the impotence of omnipotence.
When you step into your own authority you are consciously writing your own story.
Notice this moment right now. If it was your last moment to live, what would be attending to instead?
The best way to speed up is to notice your breath and slow slow down.
It’s all in the prepositions.
The present moment has no need of your story.
We are not stupid; rather we are often stuporous.
If you are not the main character of your own story, you are not authorized to create this story.
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!
When you don’t think about responsibility as a burden but as your ability to respond what’s available now?
If you are going to create a story (and we always do) give it a happy ending!
There’s no point in having a tragedy if you can’t make it work for you.
Do nothing, be everything.
What were you before you decided to make yourself wrong?
At the center of every heart is an ear.
The opposite of fear is safety.
Move from being in the hole to being whole and thus experience holiness.