Welcome to World Tree Coaching

Why World Tree?

I help people feel at home no matter where life takes them.

Through one-on-one coaching, group coaching and programs in mindfulness and Personal Leadership® for individuals and organizations, World Tree Coaching specializes in supporting, embracing and honoring the life path of the globally mobile.

At World Tree Coaching, a life lived between cultures and around the world is seen as an asset to helping you reach your dreams and create balance in all aspects of your life while fostering deep and empowering relationships. I help you embrace the benefits of your unique life path to find strength, connection, a sense of peace and happiness.

No matter where you are in your nomadic journey, when you work with me, you will feel supported, engaged and challenged within an open, fun, creative and accepting space.

The World Tree, an ancient spiritual and religious symbol, perfectly captures my belief that living between cultures offers an incredible gift of learning. It represents strength and sustenance. It symbolizes stretching up to the heavens, grounding down to the Earth and reaching out for the experiences that surround us.

Welcome! I’m so very glad you’ve come and I look forward to helping you succeed at every turn.

Jodi

Jodi Harris, World Tree Coaching

Don’t let all that baggage get
in the way of your dreams


M.J.N., Tokyo says:

Working with Jodi was great! She listened to what I said and helped me figure out how to work through my issues. When I couldn’t figure it out she had great suggestions. It was very easy to talk to her because she gets what I’m going through!
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M.J.N., Tokyo

Expat and writer Kamsin Kaneko says:

In our work together I most valued having a safe space to discuss important heart work. I learned to trust the process. I know what I need when I take time to slowdown and access that inner voice. I was also reminded that a strength can also be a weakness when not guided by principles.
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Kamsin Kaneko, Expat and writer