Work privately with Maureen.
Sometimes you need a wise person who will really hear you.
It used to be people only hired a coach when they needed help, that is, when they were in trouble. Now most successful people work with a coach in areas they care about improving, whether personal, horsemanship, spiritual direction, professional development — or life!
Behind nearly every successful horse person you'll find a coach or mentor — maybe a trainer, a formal program, or just an experienced eyes on the ground giving feedback and encouragement.
I'm Maureen — I consult/coach/provide insight/advise/solve problems/find opportunity/recognize successes/connect the dots ... and help horse lovers — and particularly equine professionals — walk out their calling to love God, themselves, and their neighbors.
A good coach saves people time and aggravation by helping them determine what's important and what to focus on.
Many horse lovers are “helpers,” and what I call the “helpfulness gene” often gets in their way. (I know this first-hand.)
The “answer” that helps them is rarely in the category of doing more, trying harder, or finding someone to blame. Frequently in a coaching session I can point out behavior patterns and give people insights or “tools” to get them “unstuck.” For them, it's a huge relief.
Sometimes I'm just a safe sounding board.
Over the years, I can't tell you how many people I've coached — either formally or just over lunch with questions such as:
“Am I on the right track?”
“Does this make sense to you?”
“If this is what I'm called to do, why am I so frustrated?”
“I have an idea for ministry. How do I get it off the ground?”
“I know God gave me this love of horses for a special reason ...”
“I think God is mad at me. What do I do next?”
“What do you think about ...?”
And on it goes.
If you'd like to work with me, send me a note, and I'll be glad to talk with you about your situation and tell you about coaching pricing.