From Organizer to Coach -
Using the organizing experience to empower your clients - CEU-eligible
Founder of Soundview Organizing
but now AudreyHamel.com
Tuesday January 9, 2024
6:15PM - 8:00PM
In Audrey's journey from organizer to coach, she felt pulled to help her clients make deeper change. The thread that ran through her clients' experiences was feeling like they were not enough. They saw themselves as failing - failing at keeping up their house, getting their kids to all of their activities, having the guest room set up for their in-laws. Her primary goal as an Organizer quickly shifted from creating organized spaces to helping her clients believe in themselves. She found that a shift in mindset created a sense of possibility that was not previously available to them. She will be sharing stories and tools you can use to help your clients recognize and build on their successes.
Attendees will gain knowledge about:
- Helping clients make lasting change by uncovering their "big why?" (the reason behind why they want organizing help right now)
- Honoring clients by helping them feel seen.
- Empowering clients by providing evidence of their own growth.
Breakout room questions:
1. What is your favorite thing about being an organizer?
2. What is one strategy you use when a client gets stuck?
3. How do you handle a client being hard on themselves?
Audrey is a personal coach and facilitator. She loves helping her clients identify and dismantle their limiting beliefs. There is nothing more satisfying for her than supporting a client in bringing their dreams into reality. Audrey is currently enjoying digging deeper into coaching as she works toward her credential with the International Coaching Federation. She has a degree in somatic studies and is offering workshops focusing on embodied consent and connection in the Tacoma area. Her clients from her previous business, Soundview Organizing, inspired her journey into coaching and she is forever grateful for all they taught her.
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6:15PM - 6:20PM Chapter Announcements
6:20PM - 6:45PM Break-out Rooms
6:45PM - 7:45PM Speaker's Presentation
7:45PM - 8:00PM Wrap-Up/Chapter Business
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