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Wednesday 5th June

It is making me realise that working as coach, especially as a self-employed once, you are very isolated. Not just personally but also in terms of your access to others for sharing purposes and in terms of you exposure to new methods and greater learning opportunities. My thoughts along these lines have been echoed by my reading this morning of a book on permaculture. It surprises me to find the connection (but that is partly what permaculture is all about, it’s a lot more than growing food I’m finding).

” when different trades, professions and caring skills operate in isolation we lose the opportunity of learning from each other. ‘Skills cross-over’ can do much to enhance our knowledge by giving new techniques from one discipline to another, and also by giving us a greater understanding of our indebtedness to the wok of others, as well as seeing more of the beneficial consequences of our own output” The Permaculture Way by Graham Bell.

My realisation for today is that my world has become a very small one and that it would benefit me greatly to mix with a wider variety of people. I’m sure this is true for many of us. Now to work out the steps I will take to change that…

About Clare Wildman

YES! I’ve found my purpose in life and it’s to help others to change their life. At some level I’d always known that, I just didn’t know how. Guess how I found out? That’s right I went to a Life Coach and found that coaching was the answer to my own life change and that of others.

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