With a lifelong commitment to understanding the essential elements that make up all successful relationships, I believe that the aforementioned quote from the Dalai Lama provides all of us with a guiding principle and one that I believe is of the utmost importance in establishing and evolving healthy interpersonal connections. To that end, I am supremely confident in my belief that kindness is transformative, and when it becomes an integral part of our behavior towards self and others, it immediately and substantially alters our lives for the better.
Over the course of the past 30 years, I have worked to refine my interpersonal communication skills, and with a natural fascination for and heartfelt interest in people, I have maintained a drive to continuously improve upon my own ability to connect with everyone with whom I come into contact – leading in all instances with kindness, integrity, transparency, and compassion. As I learned many years ago from Wayne Dyer, one of the most powerful questions that we can ask of ourselves is simply – “How may I serve?”; and, in my work as an experienced relationship coach, this is a question that I ask myself each day and in every situation that I encounter.
In the end, my work is collaborative in nature and I truly value the opportunity to partner with my clients in the process of creating relationships – with themselves and others – that are empowering, loving, and kindhearted at their core.