I caught up with her on a day when she was raw and tired borrowing her own words.
Her usual morning work time had turned into a more deep and meaningful conversation, which resulted in serious introspection. Then she had come out to see me.
This was my second meeting with her. When I met her for the first time, she was dressed in her warm red on red. Bright and calm, she was welcoming.
This time, while she was her usual warm and kind self, I felt a sense frailty. It could have been the gray jumper she was wearing.
I wondered what was going on with all emotional work she was going through when her clients are mainly large corporations?
Fundamentally, all coaching and facilitation work involves human interaction and connection. Her personal inner work means her methods, skills and effectiveness all come from her authentic place rather than as mere lip service.
I felt a deep sense of respect for Suzanne, who is not afraid of showing her vulnerability in a world where it isn’t necessarily celebrated.
Here’s to Women Making a Difference 🌏
I’ll continue to share my conversations with women doing interesting work. I feel like this is going to become a series. Don’t you think?