Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the coaching process like? 

Other than a few key tenets I like to work on with clients, we’ll come up with a plan that’s specific to you. It’s impossible to explain exactly what I do, which is why I offer the initial consultation for free. You’ll get a sense of who I am and the way I work, and I’ll be able to offer you some insight into how I can help you move toward your goals. 


How long will we work together?

Is there a minimum commitment?

Our work will be tailor made for you and your goals, but typically, my clients like to commit themselves to a 6 or 12 month plan to offer some structure. You may feel like you get everything you need out of the first session, or you may want to work together regularly until your goals are met. It’s up to you.


How often can we meet? 

I typically meet with long term clients twice a month, one hour per session. 


What separates you from other coaches?

Experience. It’s that simple. I climbed every rung on the ladder to become an executive at a major corporation, and I’ve coached all types of high achievers. But most importantly– I’m almost 70 years old, I’ve made every mistake in the world and I’m still here. There are some great young coaches out there, but when it comes to high level leadership experience, and life experience? Look no further.


How do I know if having a coach is right for me? 

Anyone performing at a high level could benefit from working with a coach. The better question is, am I the right coach for you? And the only real way to answer that is by getting on a call and finding out if we click. We might not, and that’s okay. I may know the coach that’s a better fit and connect the two of you. It’s so important to find the right coach for you, and if I’m it, that’s great, I’m all in. But if not, I’ll try and get you to the right person. 


Do I have to be in New York City to work with you? 

All meetings will take place on Zoom, so we can work together no matter where you are in the world. If you’ve got wifi, we can have a session. 

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