Supporting you through change, finding balance and fulfilment

Change: what to hold on to, what to let go, what to reach out for

You have a new job, new responsibilities, doing many things for the first time. You wonder whether recruiting made an error picking you. Perhaps you are leading a team for the first time. It’s tough to motivate them. You figure, it’s better to explain to them exactly what to do and how to do it – and to check on them regularly and closely.


Balance: overwhelm or riding the waves

Your previous role was well-defined. Now, you need to take care of people management & development, on top of ensuring the job gets done, perhaps also figuring out the strategy for your unit, ideally one that fits into the overall organization. You feel overwhelmed, not sure where to start, stuck.


Fulfilment: the spark

Perhaps you wake up in the morning, with no spark, no fire to propel you out of bed. You press the snooze button until you absolutely must get up. You used to have a spring in the step on your way to work. Not anymore. And you wonder whether this is all life has to offer. Perhaps you are killing it at jour job, you are performing well. But you wonder: am I performing well at the right thing?


Or perhaps everything is great – or should be great. You have achieved what you want and are continuing to get what you want. But you have a sense that something is missing. Perhaps you get a glimpse of that ‘something’ when you are out for a run on a sunny day, looking at a sunset, spending time with your kids, drinking the best coffee of your life.

If the above resonates with you as it does with me, then we share something already. That’s a great basis to work together. These deeply human challenges, how to look at them, how to move beyond them, is what I work on in my own life and through coaching I have the privilege to work on them with other people. It’s what inspires me, it gives me energy and a sense of purpose knowing I can be of help to others in this way.

Daniel Matteo
What I can offer in a coaching relationship
  • Being a calm, trustworthy anchor & reminder of your 'reason-why'

  • Listening deeply

  • Space for you to be honest to yourself

  • Accountability for your personal growth

  • Belief in your potential ...

  • ... but also challenging limiting beliefs

  • A fresh perspective

  • Intuition

If you are curious to learn more, email me

About me

It's not about me in the end,
but what I can bring to our coaching relationship


Your & my 'why', the coaching process, the toolkit and inputs, the outcome

On my mind

Ideas, books, experiences I am contemplating on - perhaps some of it resonates with you