Most coachings are about reaching the next possible goal. Breaking it down in small reachable steps and setting the mindset to get started.
I am not interested in that. I don’t want to get paid for helping my clients to stay ordinary. I am looking for the extraordinary in you. I want to empower you to dream big and turn your dreams into your truth.
Therefor you won’t find me in an ordinary office or conference center.
Your thoughts will turn into your words will turn into your actions will turn into your thoughts…creating your life
I prefer to step into that cycle by influencing your action. Bringing you to extraordinary places that you have never been before will set the mindset for extraordinary thoughts…
Climbing to the top of Africa is one of these places that offer a once in a lifetime opportunity. At least that was my assumption.
Holy moly, have I been right!
I had no idea what I was doing when I planned this adventure. The prouder it makes me that I found a group of powerful women (and Marko) to trust me on that journey.
Together we summited Mount Meru which is situated 80km away from Kilimanjaro and much older than Kilimanjaro. It collapsed ages ago. Therefor the peak is situated on the caldera rim at roughly 4600m. Even when you look at this trip only, it has already been amazing and provided the most beautiful views on Kilimanjaro in sunrise. Furthermore it was the perfect acclimatization and of unbelievable help for the following week. After the successful summit we took the 2 days in between for relaxation and a wonderful Safari to Tarangire Nationalpark.
Starting the Kilimanjaro ascent, the mountain took the primary coaching role. People went up their own speed and from heavy rain, clouds, wind, sunshine, warmth and rainforest, rocks, sand, lava we experienced about everything.
Slowly the mountain was taking its toll and by summit day everybody was only focusing on reaching the top. The last couple of hundred meters left everybody with their fears and reaching the summit by sunrise let the tears pour over our faces.
Standing on the top of Africa in the beautiful morning sun was just breath taking.
As high as we climbed and as exhausted we were, as deeply touched each one has been.
For me these journeys are like creating a family
I don’t see my clients as clients. I see them as a member of my family, my adventure family. Sometimes I keep closer contact to some, sometimes to others. What all have in common is that they can always contact me. For my adventure family, my phone and my messenger is always turned on.
I see your greatness and I will always empower you to step up to it.