Labels. Don’t we all love them? 😀 Stick a label on your head and people will judge you. It’s inevitable. Your first label is your name. Another is the job you do. Your age, your politics, your religion, etc, etc. All reasons for others to make assumptions and judgements about you. But it’s not really you that they’re judging, it’s the labels.
It’s easy to misunderstand one of my labels. I say I’m a Performance Coach (Not always. Sometimes I say I have conversations with people that transform who they are and the life they are living….that piques more interest. And then without fail they’ll ask, what do you call that?!).
Some think ‘Performance Coach’ means I teach conventional methods of acting, singing or dance. I don’t. My coaching is a search for excellence and a playful mining of the depths of human potential. I have worked with people in the performing arts, I have also coached entrepeneurs and people working in the corporate sector.
Don’t be fooled by others labels. And don’t be fooled by your own. It’s not who you really are. You are greater than all of your labels combined.
About the Author
I coach high achievers in the performing arts and music industries, together with entrepreneurs and leaders in corporate. I'm drawn to work with pioneers and innovators. "The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes" Marcel Proust
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