2019 Weekend Gathering:
October 25-27, 2019

The internet is fantastic for all sorts of reasons, and I’m grateful for it. But there’s something magic about in-person face time that just can’t be found through a screen. Gathering together is where the good stuff happens.

Let’s connect as a small group over shared meals, real conversation, and leisurely walks. It’s a soulful weekend of coaching, as I help you connect the dots between your Rhythm & Rule of Life and your boots-on-the-ground, actual real life.

A Bit About Coaching

Coaching isn’t consulting or counseling. It’s a partnership to help you take action in your life.

When you’re coached, you walk alongside someone focused on your greater good as they intentionally ask the just-right questions to help you unearth your own answers. They’re adept at listening to what’s really the heart of the issue, and can help you find your map so you can get where you want to go.

A good life coach isn’t there to tell you what to do, to give you unsolicited advice, or to counsel you through a situation that requires in-depth therapy. The main role of a really good coach? Is to ask good questions so that you can find your answers within — and then create an actionable plan for your goals.

A Bit About Coaching

Coaching isn’t consulting or counseling. It’s a partnership to help you take action in your life.

When you’re coached, you walk alongside someone focused on your greater good as they intentionally ask the just-right questions to help you unearth your own answers. They’re adept at listening to what’s really the heart of the issue, and can help you find your map so you can get where you want to go.

A good life coach isn’t there to tell you what to do, to give you unsolicited advice, or to counsel you through a situation that requires in-depth therapy. The main role of a really good coach? Is to ask good questions so that you can find your answers within — and then create an actionable plan for your goals.

Ever been in a group conversation when someone says something not directed at you, but you still find yourself thinking, “Oh my goodness, I feel the same way?” When you have the space to work through life stuff in a small group, you get the benefit of that aha! moment without the overwhelm of a massive conference.

A small group setting is the perfect blend of hashing out thoughts with other people working through similar questions, without the pressure of one-on-one focus or feeling invisible in a crowd.

Location:
beautiful Georgetown, Texas

I might be biased, but this little town where I reside, right outside of bustling and trendy Austin, is about as good as it gets in this state. Voted as the town with the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, Georgetown’s historic district is full of great food, live music, and lovely architecture.

Because everything is walkable, you won’t need a car (unless you want one). You’ll stay in a guesthouse right in my neighborhood — called Old Town — and there will be plenty of places for us to gather as a group, for you to find solace alone, and for you to find inspiration from the friendly vibe.

Fall is a great time of year here: not too hot, not too cold. There’s a good chance you’ll want to pack a light sweater and shorts.

Location:
beautiful Georgetown, Texas

I might be biased, but this little town where I reside, right outside of bustling and trendy Austin, is about as good as it gets in this state. Voted as the town with the Most Beautiful Town Square in Texas, Georgetown’s historic district is full of great food, live music, and lovely architecture.

Because everything is walkable, you won’t need a car (unless you want one). You’ll stay in a guesthouse right in my neighborhood — called Old Town — and there will be plenty of places for us to gather as a group, for you to find solace alone, and for you to find inspiration from the friendly vibe.

Fall is a great time of year here: not too hot, not too cold. There’s a good chance you’ll want to pack a light sweater and shorts.

FAQs

What's the group size?

Most groups will be between 6-16 participants, depending on the season and situation.

Who's allowed to participate?

There may be different focuses for different weekend gatherings, and they’ll be clearly posted. If a weekend focus resonates with you, the next step is to fill out the interest form.

What is housing like?

When gatherings are in Georgetown, housing is a row of small guesthouses next door to each other. Each place is simple but comfortable, with plenty of bathrooms, and everyone having their own bed.

Group chats are held in a guesthouse living room, where we can sprawl out, get comfy, and talk privately.

What is the food like?

Food is one of Texas’ best selling points: you’ll be treated to some of the best casual-but-divine cuisine Georgetown has to offer. Tex-Mex? Yep. Barbeque? Yep. Breakfast tacos? Is there any other way to start the morning? (That means ‘yep.’)

The guesthouse will be stocked with snacks, coffee, wine, and a few special requests, if you got ’em. Basically — food will be good.

Is there "homework" in advance?

About a month before our weekend, you’ll get a small amount of prep work. It’s entirely for your own benefit — you don’t need to turn anything in or share your work with others.

Any fancy clothes needed?

I am the epitome of casual — nope, you won’t need anything fancy to wear, unless you count jeans fancy (for when we dine out). Otherwise, you can stay in yoga pants and a sloppy tee, if that’s your jam…. no makeup necessary. Come as you are.

How will I get to Georgetown from the Austin airport?

We can arrange a group shuttle service to transfer you from the airport, if you’d like — with a full van, it’s only $20-30 per person. Or, you can Lyft or Uber from the airport with no problem. Or, you can rent a car, if you’d like one (but a car isn’t necessary for our time together once you’re in Georgetown).

When would I need to arrive and depart?

To be fully here for the weekend, you’d want to arrive in Georgetown no later than mid to late afternoon on Friday (around 2-4 pm), then plan to leave no earlier than late morning (around 11am minimum) on Sunday. Plan on a 30-45 minute drive to and from the Austin airport, depending on traffic.

What's the cost?

The cost for each weekend varies, depending on each focus (and therefore, coaching agenda).

The cost includes all food, materials, and housing (but not including transportation to and from Georgetown, incidentals, or your own personal shopping). 

How do I apply for the trip?

Fill out the form below to join the waitlist, and be one of the first to know when the next gathering is scheduled! Spaces will fill on a first-come, first-served basis, and they go very fast.