Arona is known for:
What questions do you have for me?
What makes you a good coach?
By asking direct thought provoking questions, this helps you quickly get to the core of the matter.
In addition to asking thought provoking questions, what else makes you a good coach?
My honesty. And my ability to realistically encourage others.
I will encourage you to use your strengths.
Also, you can use me as a sounding board. I’m a good one. Bouncing ideas off of me can help you clarify priorities. Together we will find ways for you to stay motivated, to believe in yourself, and to make measurable changes.
How have you used your creative skills?
Teaching a creative dramatics class in a juvenile detention center was both challenging and fun.
As a member of the season planning committee at TRP (Theatre in the Round Players), a Minneapolis, Minnesota community theater, reading over a dozen scripts each year calls on my critical, creative, and collaborative skills.
Choreographing group dances was serious fun; whether I was working with children who would perform at holiday celebrations, or collaborating with dancers and my co-director of Nirkodna, an Israeli folk dance performance group.
What do you do for fun?
Making snow angels is a great winter activity that makes me laugh.
Learning new Israeli folk dances is a
year-round cultural, social, and aerobic activity. Unfortunately, due to
recurrent sprained ankle, I am no longer able to participate.
Have you always lived in the Midwest?
Born and raised in Rogers Park, a neighborhood in Chicago, Illinois USA. My husband and I live in Highland Park, a neighborhood in Saint Paul, Minnesota USA.
How can I learn more about you and All About You Coaching?
Call me at 651-699-2275 to schedule a Preview session for you to experience the benefits of working with me.
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