We’re nearing the end of 2016, which was a busy, exciting, and eye-opening year for me.
Recently, I spoke to elementary school students on the subject of treating others equally and fairly. I asked the students, “Are you a builder, or a bulldozer?” Builders are people who strive to help others be the best they can. Bulldozers, on the other hand, try to tear people down with judgment, criticism, and lack of hope.
I’ve learned this year that I will always be a builder. (My parents didn’t raise no bulldozer!!)
Now it’s time, however, to let you know that I’m closing up my counselling shop at the end of the year.
This will come as no surprise to regular readers of my blog and newsletter: I’ve decided to reboot my career as a coach for long-distance runners!
There’s no denying that running is a major passion of mine. And in 2017, I want to build using running.
What my career change means for you
I’m wrapping up my private practice at the end of 2016 – that’s right, just 2 weeks away. I’ll be finishing up my work with existing clients but not taking new clients.