Kelly Lynne Coaching

Welcome to Kelly Lynne Coaching! 

 

 

Hello Everyone,

 

My name is Kelly Lynne Sayre Fox. I share my whole name for a reason. For one to explain something about me. Kelly Lynne honors the little girl that filtered her world through the lens of "I'm not enough to be seen and if I'm not seen then I can't be loved".  Sayre is my maiden name and I keep it for my father and his meaning in my life. My father had 8 girls and thought he would never have a boy, but my brother was born right before I turned 4. My father was the person who saw me, who accepted me and who loved me. He carried me to bed when I fell asleep on the couch. He drove me to school and was always there for me.  He is also the one who did everything for everyone else and not himself. He committed suicide a month before my 16th birthday. Not only did he take himself out of this world but he also took away my center, my belonging, and my knowing that I was loved unconditionally.  I'm not saying that I wasn't loved unconditionally at that time or even always in my life, but that is sure what it felt like because of what my fear told me. My last name is my husband's and he has taught me a lot since we were married in July of 2001. As with any marriage we have had highs and lows and we have been through good times and bad. The joy of the births of our 6 children, and the pain of our 2 miscarriages. We moved 15 times in the first 15 years and Jay's father passed away.

 

We have learned to love each other over and over again, and that we have to talk to each other even when it's hard. I've learned to forgive and to see innocence not only for others but also for myself. I have learned that playing small serves no one, least of all you. I've learned that there are people who will hurt you and help you and sometimes both.  I've learned that life is not going to go the way I expect and sometimes want it to.  I've learned how to set boundaries for myself and that it is not just okay to do so but necessary.  I've learned that for me to be the person I want to be for myself, my marriage, my kids, and anyone else who comes into my journey I have to first take care of and love myself. I can not serve if I am out of service. As I have been on my journey I have learned to trust myself and my voice and I am still practicing speaking and standing in my truth every day.  I became a Fearless Living Coach in 2008, and I am so grateful for my training and the community of the Fearless Living Institute. I follow Rhonda Britten the CEO of FLI and am still very involved with her movement of a Fearless World. I will also speak to Carol Tuttle and her program of Dressing Your Truth. I may bring you other people that I follow and draw strength from.  There are so many amazing people out there doing great things.  I will share with you all the steps of my journey and how they support me. I will share my life with you so you can see that I am a regular person practicing every day to be better. I will share what I use in my practice and I am knowing that they will support you as well. So again I say welcome and I hope you enjoy the ride as much as I do!

 

 

 

 

 

I was born and grew up in a small town in California which might have had more cows than people.  Farms and dairies surrounded this little town and gave me a unique picture of the kind of coach that I am. And because of that, I think of myself as an incubator and a whole classroom of 5-year-olds. I don't know if everyone watches eggs go through their life cycle but we did.  It was very exciting as a kid to watch it all get set up and wait for the chicks. Every day coming to class anticipating is this the day that it will start.   I think of you as a chick getting ready to hatch. Now that image might sound odd to you right now but stay with me.  It is important to know that if a chick is assisted while trying to hatch it dies because it needs the experience of hatching to have the strength to live. So as a coach I am going to provide a safe place, just like the incubator and I am going to check on you and mark your progress and cheer you on like no class of kindergartners could. I'm not going to do the work for you because that wouldn't serve either of us. You'd be dead and I'd be 20 sad kids. But I am going to support you and give you what you need (tools and strategies) to hatch out of that egg strong and beautiful and ready to conquer the world.

 

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