For years I was totally convinced that being a (spiritual) coach was about liking every person in the world.
I also believed that I should be able to help every single individual with every problem imaginable, all the time.
Well, I can’t.
Because as a coach, I am also a human being.
And as a human being, I have weird preferences and smelly opinions and tastes and deep beliefs and all that.
Just like you.
And although I am pretty good at not being fucked too much by my judgments, there is also something like ‘the click’.
Sometimes there simply is no real and promising connection between me and the person I talk to.
No big deal.
I see this as helpful and revealing and practical, not as something bad or disappointing.
Sometimes it just doesn’t work.
So if we get to know each other a bit by having an initial conversation, and you don’t feel enthusiastic and hopeful about it, that could be a very good reason to look for another coach, one that better suits your personality or dreams or the phase in life where you’re at.
We have to trust each other and we have to feel inspired by our meetings, and if that’s not the case and our intuition isn’t nodding in appreciation, it could be a waste of time and money.
But although it’s personal, it never really is.
I can respect you just the same.