Coaching: Good News, Bad News
The good news about coaching is that it can make a profound difference in your efficacy and engagement in every aspect of life.
The bad news is that it can be an expensive waste of time.
This short video points to what makes the difference between the two.
As a coach I help clients realize and access their innate capacity for transformational learning. I combine profound respect for the actuality of human potential with a keen eye for the ways in which human beings overlook, obscure, and inhibit the full expression of that potential due to misunderstandings about how the mind works.
I work in partnership with my clients to:
- Identify and articulate their most meaningful challenges and opportunities.
- Understand how the mind works so they can access untapped potential for insight, innovation, and communication.
- Build on this new potential to solve problems, respond to opportunities, and create new possibilities.
It’s an inherently thrilling enterprise that produces significantly greater efficacy and engagement while reducing stress and burnout.
The best way to decide if we are a good fit is to have a conversation. If you resonate with what you see on this site, use the form at the bottom of this page to request a no cost, no obligation exploratory session.
What would coaching look like?
I work with each client to design a coaching or mentor coaching engagement appropriate to their situation. Some of those designs have included:
- Multi-day virtual or in-person intensives during which we take a deep dive into the human operating system, settling into a creative, resilient, and confident space from which clients are able to tackle their most important challenges and opportunities.
- Regularly scheduled sessions of 30 to 60 minutes once, twice, or three times a month.
- One-off coaching sessions on an ad hoc basis.
A word about diversity and inclusion
Diversity and inclusion are core values in my life and work. I acknowledge and embrace all types of diversity including ethnicity, race, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, religion, and abilities.
In both individual and group work, I honor the strength, creativity and power that come from experiencing different viewpoints, backgrounds, and cultures. I welcome the opportunity to grow in understanding and awareness.
I accessed greater creativity, energy and clarity than I had ever known before.
“I engaged Molly’s coaching because my life was “good,” but not great. I could tell there was a creative energy inside of me that was trying to emerge, but I knew I couldn’t do it on my own. Throughout my time with Molly, she helped me tune in (with great precision) to my deep inner wisdom and helped me cut through my mind chatter and ultimately led me to a place of amazing clarity and creativity. During my time with working with Molly I accessed greater creativity, energy and clarity than I had ever known before. I gave “birth” to my first published book, redesigned my offerings for clients, and improved my bottom line. The best part of working with Molly was that it all felt relatively effortless and may I even say…fun!”Sara Harvey Yao
Organizational coaching fees are based on the scope of the project, the needs of the client, and my availability. Use the contact form to request an exploratory conversation at no cost or obligation.
The frequency, duration, and fees for each coaching engagement are designed in partnership with each client. Typical fees are:
Three-day intensives in person or via phone, Skype, or Zoom. $4,000.
Six-month engagement, two one-hour sessions per month, $4,000.
One hour check-ins for former clients, $500.00
I also accept a certain number of clients on a gift ecology/gift economy basis. Clients periodically evaluate for themselves the value received and determine ways to pay that value forward or backward. Click here to learn more about the gift ecology/gift economy approach.
The first step…
…is to make a date for us to talk about what you are facing and what you want. If we decide we want to work together, we will design the coaching engagement that best fits your needs, including your finances. Use the contact form to request an exploratory conversation at no cost or obligation.
I had been following Molly’s blogs and newsletters for some time and always saw such powerful and unique wisdom in her words, her ideas, and her overall presence. It wasn’t until I joined one of her groups (The Art of Living) in 2016 that I really got to experience Molly’s wisdom in a much deeper, and meaningful way.
I was exploring some changes and challenges in my own work life and found the insights I gained from Molly not only useful for my own professional navigation but crucial for every day, every moment of life.
I’m a raving fan – Molly is unique, brilliant, and compassionate and very, very real. Her style is gentle, open and honest. She may appear loose at times yet in all this she packs an enormous amount of punch in how her wisdom, life and coaching mastery open up possibilities for profound learning, insights and even transformation.
I took away a ton from Molly’s program and am still living it every day. It’s easy to get caught up in our dramas, our self judgment and our worries – but Molly’s sharing of her own insights and personal experiences with the Three Principles offers a new way of living through those times of challenge.
She doesn’t offer silver bullets, nor quick fix-it solutions. Instead, she offers a new lens to view, learn, and live each moment at a time.
I’m grateful for Molly and know anyone who spends time with her will feel the same.Eileen Chadnick
Back on purpose, feeling fully alive.
“Molly is an extremely gifted, unpretentious, caring coach, and, as you might imagine, awesome human being. She has acquired the currently rare skill of being fully present to hold the space for others’ transformation. Molly’s intuitive and perceptive expertise was key in supporting my transformation, or as I like to call it, my crisis of passion. “She really listened, saw me, and provided just the right guidance needed in the moment. Having it mirrored back to me almost like a magnet was very powerful. I’d be out of sorts when our session began, and, by the end, I’d be back on purpose, feeling fully alive. It was like I came back to my zone where everything flows. The way in which she guided me to consider other ways of thinking about a situation that I thought I had completely figured out made all the difference in shifting old patterns to manifest my best self. Her guidance helped me to keep on that path so that I didn’t bite the hook into fear-based thinking. “I’m so grateful and appreciative of what she has done for me. I highly recommend her.”Megan Gaiser
“When we began working together I was alternating between pushing myself and dropping everything. Now I am finding new gears in my work. It sometimes surprises me how much things move forward when I rely on trusting my inner wisdom, instead of running after what I believe to be important. “I have also had deep insights into how I can find my way back to trust in a tangible way, which is important for me so I can work effectively with my business. [I’m experiencing] increased trust, more clarity, increase in productivity, more enjoyment of everyday and a happy surprise, a much closer relationship to my husband. I am much more in touch with what matters most to me. “I recommend coaching with Molly to anyone who is ready to take 100% responsibility for what is happening inside of them and wants to increase experiences of peace, harmony, love and enjoyment of living.”Marie D. Tiger