Short-tempered, always rushing, constantly thinking about “what’s next,” full of self-doubt, depleted.
Patient, relaxed, fulfilled, confident, optimistic, and grateful.
My Corporate Life
Prior to becoming a coach, I spent 13 years in Corporate America in sales then marketing working for big companies like Eli Lilly & Company, Johnson and Johnson and smaller start-ups. I got my MBA and worked long hours but never quite felt satisfied.
I was getting promoted and compensated well for my time but inside, I constantly felt guilty, questioned my worth and felt so drained at the end of every day that, at times, I could barely muster the energy to maintain relationships outside of work.
I was repeatedly ignoring the dream I had to help people in a more personal way and, in the process, underutilizing my natural gifts.
Then something happened that crystalized my priorities.
The Breaking Point
In the span of three weeks, my daughter was born and my grandfather died.
I suddenly realized two things: my happiness was no longer just about me and life can slip away at any moment.
That realization gave me the strength to explore the question: am I meant to be doing something different?
I partnered with a coach and did the hard work to figure out what I really wanted to do and realized: my calling was to help corporate leaders. I received my coaching certification, started my company, and now, I LOVE what I do.
What Fuels Me
Partnering with corporate leaders to help foster collaboration, inclusion, and responsible progress to make the world an even better place for my girls propels me daily.
My Approach to Coaching
I believe, and have repeatedly seen, that the power to create change lies inside you. But you must first realize you need to make a change. Once you do, my role is to walk by your side and shine a lantern while we explore the caves of your conscious and unconscious mind.
I combine my logic from my MBA-mindset with my natural intuition to help you unearth insights that, at times, will be uncomfortable and other times, extremely satisfying.
Different from a friend (I reserve judgment at all times) or a therapist (I’m not looking to diagnose your ailments), my role will be to help you discover what’s possible to create the best version of yourself you can be. We will explore some new depths together. And we will definitely have some fun and laughs along the way.
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