"When you discover and pursue your true, resonant self,
you are no longer driven by external circumstances beyond your control.
You will discover the power and freedom to choose."
Michael Fox

Personal and Business Coaching

Personal and Professional coaching, based upon the Coactive model, at its essence, is a powerful relationship—a designed alliance—between coach and client. The coach regards the client as naturally creative, resourceful and whole. The coach, generally speaking, does not offer counsel to the client; rather, the coach seeks to clarify the values—or compelling passions—and beliefs of the client, and helps the client live more fully aligned with those values and beliefs. In addition, coaching, unlike some helping professions, addresses the individual rather than an issue.

When the client honors his values, he lives in resonance; when the client betrays his values, there is dissonance. Fulfillment can exist when life is difficult, challenging or uncomfortable—as long as the client is honoring her values! Living a life with purpose, with intention, can be intense—indeed, sometimes heartbreaking and exhausting—and at the same time very fulfilling. The paradox of fulfillment is that it is possible to enjoy a sense of peace in spite of tumultuous circumstances.

m•agine! offers professional, credentialed coaching to coaches individual and corporate clients

Spiritual Direction

In addition to personal and professional coaching, m•agine! specializes in spiritual transformation coaching, employing its proprietary models Hands and Heart • Soul • Mind & Strength.

The apostle Paul quoted a proverb, popular among the believers living in the ancient city of Colossae: “Do not handle, do not taste, do not touch!” Paul, however, discounted its worth: although this proverb has “the appearance of wisdom,” it is “of no value against fleshly indulgence” (Colossians 2:21–23). “Do not handle, do not taste, do not touch!” is an ineffective strategy of behavioral change; for it is nigh impossible to suppress or resist your desires. It is possible, however, to transform your desires—to live in submission to the desires of the Spirit, rather than to the desires of the flesh, the outer man (cf. Romans 8:5–8).

To transform your desires is to transform your behavior—from the “inside•out.” Although it is seldom recognized—Jesus taught inside•out transformation when asked, “What commandment is the greatest?” Jesus replied, “The foremost is…‘you shall love the Lord your God with all your heart [desires, passions], and with all your soul [inner man, character], and with all your mind [intellect, thoughts, feelings], and with all your strength [outer man, behavior].’ The second is this, ‘You shall love your neighbor as yourself’” (Mark 12:28–31). Heart, soul, mind and strength: inside•out!

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