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The End of a Journey is the Start of Another

The 400 Blows has the most famous ending in all of film. At the end of Truffaut’s film Antoine escapes and makes his way to the ocean. Reach the ocean he has to turn back and face a new journey. The ending in the film was completely accidental. The beauty of film is that we each get to interpret our own ending. I like to see Antoine as having set his life’s course on one journey and finally reaching his goal and destination turning around, lost anew, and ready to begin finding his next adventure.

Professional Coaching is a bit like that, I suppose. Our clients have their own goals and motivations and when we help clients find their goals there is that moment, that temporary moment, however brief, where a client is completely freed and then consumed with the passion for a new goal. It is an awesome and continuous transformation.

Ennis Lynch

Ennis Lynch

Ennis Lynch is a Professional Coach Based in South Florida. His primary area of coaching focuses on coaching Software Engineering Leadership. On occasion he does Agile Transformation work as well but prefers coaching at the Team and Individual level vs. the organizational level.

If you have ever wondered: is professional coaching right for me and you are a Software Engineering Manager, Director of Engineering, Director of Software Engineering, VP of Engineering, or CTO reach out for a free initial coaching session. See if coaching is right for you. Initial coaching sessions are the real deal, no hard-sells, no "here is what you would get if you paid". Individuals that receive a free coaching session will get a normal private professional coaching session of 90 minutes (30 minute onboarding + 60 minute coaching) and it will be up to you to follow-up if you want to continue with help on your journey.

Ennis is always gathering research through a team building exercise called the Ball Point Game. If you are interested in a team-level exercise and want to participate in a research project to further the field reach out. The exercise is free in South Florida (and really fun)

Ennis Lynch

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