On the weekend of the 21 and 22 September 2013, I attended a workshop in Flinders St, Melbourne as part of a Life Coach Certificate IV qualification course that I am currently undertaking. It was the second workshop in a series of three.
I sat next to Abby and repeatedly got her name wrong.
I would like to apologize to Abby for my too frequent faux pas.
Katrina has employment requiring her to use her coaching skills. I can only hope that one day I can be as good a coach as Katrina already is.
I am grateful to Katrina for two reasons.
Firstly, Katrina had recommemded the nearby Rialto for a light lunch.
I went there on the Saturday and created a meetup.com group meeting for all the students on the course.
Katrina shared a story about how a bloke had called her Barbie as a joke in front of an audience of peers. Katrina felt humiliated. I am male and had no idea of the effect a stupid barbie joke could have on a female.
Thank you Katrina for teaching me.
Thank you Daryl for helping me. Or as the youngsters say “props” to Daryl
Thank you Linda. That goal had been delayed for 25 years.
Carolyn shared her story with us. Carolyn’s story about her work had me gob smacked.
Carolyn deals in matters of life and death.
Because I have some fluency in Bahasa Indonesia, I offered to help, if Amy would be my life coach. Amy declined on the grounds that I did not fit her client niche.
I think I understand.
I am grateful to Ange for always laughing at my jokes, even when they fell flat on the others.
I have been a client and a student of Nicole.
Nicole has changed my life for the better.