Through my company Kodawari Coaching I help fiercely ambitious and talented minds to deal with uncertainty, build their sense of self, and thrive with conviction.

Entrepreneurs. Start-up founders. Artists. Future leaders. These are the movers and shakers that create the world around us. But they face a bombardment of inner and outer challenges: sudden rises in fame, demanding investors, the relentless inner critic…it’s a constant storm of threats. If not handled appropriately, these obstacles can get in the way of what really matters: the work.

I help these pioneers to turn their challenges into opportunities. To build resilience and psychological flexibility. To figure out who they are and what they want to achieve. And to take action and grow, as professionals and as people.

My approach is designed to:

  1. Raise awareness and build mental skills. How to think. How to handle inner daemons. And how to grapple with external influences.
  2. Figure who they are and who they’re becoming. What they stand for. What’s important. And what they want their personal brand to be.
  3. Grow and achieve goals. What goals to set. What actions to take and what habits to grain. And how to build motivation and confidence.

My methods are designed to disrupt. I challenge my clients to the point of discomfort, because that’s where growth happens. It’s certainly not easy. But it makes you feel alive.

A typical session isn’t “just” coaching—it’s a unique experience. I combine my formal ICF coaching education with my background and first-hand experience from leadership development, psychology (CBT, ACT, NLP), innovation and design thinking, philosophical schools like Stoicism and Buddhism, meditation and mindfulness, and business and brand strategy.

Kodawari Coaching is not for people who want to stay where they are. It’s for people who dare to rethink. It’s for people who want to dream big, but haven’t had the clarity to find the path or the courage to follow it. It’s for people who want to change the world, but have realized that they need to change themselves first.

Sound like you?

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