“You have to be willing to be an expert if you’re writing a book.”
Neal Rogin, award-winning writer & filmmaker
I’ve felt like an outsider all my life. Isolated and alienated. As if I’m not yet living my full potential, not really doing what I came here to do. And no matter what I did, it wasn’t quite ‘it’.
The question that haunted me: What am I here for?
I’ve committed to writing a book about the heart of coaching and the extraordinary impact coaches and coaching can have in the world. I’m compelled to write this book. I’ve never felt something pull me forward in this way before.
I have a vision of a world in which the principles of coaching and the way that coaches are have become part of our culture. Where our relationships—interpersonal, organizational and international—reflect the truths of great coaching relationships.
Imagining what then might be possible helps me sleep at night.
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