PCA Or Why I Love Coaching

I love what I do!

It is still a bit amazing to me that I (finally) get to do what I love and get paid for it! It’s taken a lot of years of unlearning to get to this place and it feels great!

I get to work with incredibly intelligent, creative, insightful people. These totally awesome people pay me to encourage, support and inspire them to think bigger about themselves, have more fun and play more fully in the game of life.

But what amazes me even more, is how much I learn from THEM!

Yesterday I had a private coaching session with a client and he told me that he had come up with a new acronym for how he was going to approach his life: PCA.

It stands for Peace, Clarity, & Action.

Wonderful!

As soon as he said it I started seeing this incredibly fluid movement through and between the parts of the triad. Peace, Clarity & Action.

They feed off one another and support each other. If peace is lacking, go for clarity. If clarity is not available, take action, any action. If you’re overwhelmed with too much action, step back into clarity and/or peace.

They flow back and forth in a living, dynamic dance of energy.

Ideally, we want to have all three, Peace, Clarity & Action. But if one is missing, we can focus on another one, knowing that the shift will eventually lead the way back to the center of that triad.

And here’s the best part of this… The next time I travel, as soon as I get close to the airport and start to see PCA Parking lots, I’ll immediately think of Peace, Clarity & Action. And that’s a great thing, because, I don’t know about you, but I tend to cut it a bit close when I’m heading to the airport, and remembering Peace, Clarity & Action will be a very positive thing in that moment.

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      One Response to “PCA Or Why I Love Coaching”

      1. landmark forum on September 20th, 2007 1:31 pm

        Peace, Clarity, & Action…WOW Exactly how everyone should approach their life.

        Nice piece of article. Thumps Up!

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