Thanks for the responses
I do appreciate the comments, thanks. I'm on mat leave now but will take a look at telecoaching when I'm back at work in the fall. So far, I've been handling the home front projects and NAs ok but when I add work to this mix, I think I could use some help!
Not only have I HEARD that phrase, I live it! I spent several hours yesterday cleaning, etc. because our cleaning person was scheduled to come this morning! (Things would be much better at my house if my wife and teenage son were into GTD, but . . .)
Originally Posted by John Forrister
Agree with Barb - worth every penny. Do it when it is right for you not when your system is presentable.
Originally Posted by Barb
Have trouble with just one thing..
I have a bit of trouble even using the word "maid" in conjunction with the coaching experience. They don't come in and clean up your mess. They figure out where you are (from talking to you as much as looking at your "stuff") and move you forward.
When you work for Davidco, they might just clean up the mess. But the "pay for it" experience is quite a bit different.
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Just my opinion
I'd be tempted to do the telecoaching while on mat leave, when you're more relaxed. That is NOT to say that you aren't completely overwhelmed now, but I think it might be far worse when you get back to work! If you can swing it...just one session even...you might find going back to work a much easier transition if some coaching had prepared you for it. In fact, I'd tell the coach your exact situation and focus on the transition itself.
Originally Posted by SiobhanBR
Regardless of what you decide, I'd be interested in your continued posts about your progress! Congrats on the new baby!
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