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Introducing My Practice 

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With retirement in the traditional sense under my belt, I have been increasingly spending my time supporting others in coaching and mentoring relationships.  
 
Over the past 20 years I have worked with a diversity of young adults in a variety of different circumstances, and I have figured out that coaching twenty-somethings is my sweet spot.  And I have observed with concern how many people that age today are badly in need of thoughtful guidance.  
 
I recently started a life coaching practice that focuses on assisting people for whom the road to adulthood — or “adulting” — is neither obvious nor easy.  Sometimes the struggles are so significant that a young person continues to live quietly at home for an extended period, not taking the steps that a typical person that age might take to gain adult independence. It is commonly labeled as “failure to launch syndrome” and it is sadly something of a pandemic these days.    
 
The approach of my coaching program is to help struggling twenty-somethings to remember and re-activate interests that may have dimmed in recent years, create a compelling vision of the life they would like to build, and then make plans and take practical steps to make their life vision a reality.  As the work proceeds, the client gains confidence and capability with every step.  

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Martin O'Toole

Marty is a great listener who asks a lot of curious questions. When he asks about your day or how you are doing, he really wants to know. And he comes equipped with a supply of anecdotes and stories that keep the time together interesting.

He is practical and results-oriented. He believes in showing up every day to do the work and learning by experience. He preaches action orientation, resilience, entrepreneurship, and the importance of good decision-making.

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