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FIND A COACH : Brittany Cotton
Coaching is the intersection of Possibility, or imagination, with Reality. It is putting onto paper and into words what we want in life, and then bringing it to fruition. I coach my clients to achieve goals related to: well-being, creative endeavors, professional success, and personal happiness. The foundation for the partnership I create with my clients is rooted in them determining what they want in life, and in turn supporting them to make that a reality. Through powerful questioning, rigorous coaching, accountability, partnership, and effective support structures, clients experience a high level of self-awareness that has them living the full expression of their potential. It is about putting down your disempowering thoughts and stories, and getting present to all that your capable of.
At twenty-four I had “be good to each other” tattooed on my right shoulder. It was a phrase that kept appearing in my life, and had become the “calling” to how I strived to interact with the world. At twenty-seven it became not only a personal endeavor, but a professional one. After getting my Masters in English Literature, and becoming a Teacher, I realized that my purpose on this planet was to not only foster and show compassion, but to facilitate Possibility. To me, goodness does not simply mean kindness, it also entails giving someone the tools and power to create the life they want to live. I support my clients in reaching their full potential, their upmost possibility: to define the world they want to live in, and then make that their reality. A wise woman once said, “we have a moral obligation to leave the world as rich in possibilities as we found it.” And that is my purpose here, as Teacher, and Coach, to ensure that those around me have every opportunity to not only see what is possible, but give it life. Living is not doing the same thing every day; living is using one's voice, being adventurous, having the courage to say what you want, and the power to make it happen.
“There are two ways of spreading light: to be the candle or the mirror that reflects it”- Edith Wharton