I was having a walk with my family the other day and enjoying the good weather in a sunny day around the lake Zug. After a while we went for a coffee in Metalli and we noticed a big group of people at the table behind us. They were talking about spirituality in a very open and profound way. Most of the people's opinions were very wise and their topic really cached my attention, because they were also giving support to each other in personal questions and some of them asked for advice. Even though I was really interested in this group, I did not dare to talk or to ask them about the nature of the group. I supposed they were doing a kind of group coaching in Zug in an spontaneous way by drinking coffee. I just enjoyed the way they discussed about it. After we finished our coffee we left and I never heard from this group again.
I think Zug is a great small city where you can find people from different cultures interested in doing fun stuffs at the lake or in the "Altstadt". It is very common to see in summer different groups of people at the lake in Zug. I saw a group sitting on the grass forming a circle and they were talking about the different phases of love's life, but more specifically, aspects about their love lives. That is interesting, I thought. I would have liked to sit with them. But in a serious group like this I cannot come and just ask "What are you doing? May I join you?" They were doing group coaching in Zug too.
I have also seen a meditation group sitting on the grass under a tree at the lake in Zug and also other different groups of people enjoying the summer at this park. But they were not doing any coaching, they were just enjoying. This inspires me to bring a group of people to work in some coaching themes like emotional intelligence, mindfulness, law of attraction and other interesting coaching topics at the lake, in the fresh air, under a tree.
So now you know, that if you see me with a group of people at the park at the lake Zug, I will be working in an spontaneous use of coaching in Zug, sharpening the perception of the world, creating and living better states of mind and better lives, so come and join us!
Maria Griselda Mueller
is a professional coach specialized in expats and cross-cultural support. She is originally from Venezuela, has lived in more than ten countries around the world and has a Master certification in psychological coaching.