I have the privilege of meeting with many different kinds of people. My clients, both men and women, range in age from 15 to 75 and can only be described as an eclectic group. I designed my practice this way, and I have to tell you that, from a certain perspective, it was a selfish act. See, in addition to helping my clients, working side-by-side with them to create inspired lives, I also wanted to learn everything I possibly could.
I have not been disappointed. Sitting down with a person, listening to him or her describe life, both struggles and triumphs, has and is teaching me more about human potential than a million hours of reading or research.
Admittedly, my clients are unusual. They have a clear (except when they don’t) agenda when they walk through my door. They are not coming just for the conversation; that would be pretty expensive conversation, relatively speaking.