In this session, we discussed various aspects of moving forward professionally and personally with your coaching and advocacy work, particularly focusing on neurodivergent families.

1. **Reflections and Commitments**:
– You shared your commitment to catching up on past sessions and materials, recognizing how quickly time and responsibilities can accumulate.

2. **Key Discussion Points**:
– You emphasized the importance of pushing forward despite setbacks and keeping momentum, reflecting on the personal realization of falling behind but dedicating yourself to get back on track.
– The discussion shifted to imposter syndrome, emphasizing its persistence and the need to make peace with it as it never fully goes away when it’s related to one’s own initiatives.
– We touched on personal experiences and motivations in coaching, notably the need to center and realign when feeling overwhelmed by responsibilities or mental blocks.

3. **Overcoming Challenges and Accountability**:
– A key part of our conversation revolved around staying accountable and motivated, especially when life’s “seasons” cause unexpected shifts in focus.

4. **Exploration of New Opportunities**:
– You talked about your certification in life coaching and how this can be parlayed into more tailored programs, such as one designed for mothers of autistic children, emphasizing the importance of specialized support.

5. **Long-Term Vision and Strategic Planning**:
– A significant portion of our dialogue was dedicated to discussing the potential development of a certification course aimed at supporting families with neurodivergent members. This stemmed from an acknowledgment of gaps in existing support systems and the potential personal and professional fulfillment such an initiative could offer.

6. **Homework and Next Steps**:
– You were encouraged to think about how to leverage your background and insights into a broader, structured form that could empower others through certification.
– We discussed the idea of implementing your knowledge and personal experiences into actionable steps that could offer systemic change or support for neurodivergent families.

Overall, our conversation was rich with introspection, strategic thinking, and planning for actionable steps to leverage your professional training in life coaching into meaningful advocacy and support frameworks.