The Catalyst and Transformational Coaching

I use the words “Creator, Coach, Chrysalis, Catalyst” to describe myself.

What is a catalyst?

Merrian-Webster [1] defines catalyst as:

  1. a substance that enables a chemical reaction to proceed at a usually faster rate or under different conditions (as at a lower temperature) than otherwise possible
  2. an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action

Wikipedia [2] explains:

Catalysts are not consumed in the catalyzed reaction but can act repeatedly. Often only very small amounts of catalyst are required.

Hm. That sounds a lot like what a transformation coach might do. Well, that’s because it is!

As a transformation coach, my goal is to shake things up in a good, healing kind of way, so that what is wanting to change can change as rapidly as possible and as gently as necessary.

The potential for change is there. Even the desire for change is there, and yet no “chemical reaction” is occurring, or perhaps not nearly as quickly as you would like.

That’s where I come in.

It’s one thing if there is absolutely no desire for change (in which case you may be dead, or enlightened — or both). It’s a whole other bag of possibilities if there is just the slightest trace of desire. We can work with that!

As your catalyst and transformation coach, I help you remember why you have that desire for change, and why that desire is important. Being human in this world is a real challenge, and the conventional societies in which we live don’t offer much solace.

It’s easy to become jaded and hopeless, especially now.

But as long as there is even the tiniest ember smoldering in the ash of your tender heart, we can bring it alive and roaring.

So, there’s a bit of inspiration for you, and some words about why I call myself a catalyst in my work as a transformation coach.

And hey, thanks for reading. You can use this coupon (CATALYST20) for 20% off a Discovery Session with me if you buy before next Friday, May 7th.

Soundly,
Devin


Footnotes

  1. https://www.merriam-webster.com/dictionary/catalyst.
  2. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Catalysis