Hi! So glad you’re here!
I know what it’s like to be stuck. I’ve totally been in your shoes and know how hard it can be to want a change but not know what to do or how to get there.
I work with frustrated, midlife working women, like you. You’re watching your own life pass you by as you go through the motions of life and you just can’t take it anymore.
You can no longer ignore your own drive to grow.
Now that you’re older, you know deep down that there’s more out there for you, but you’re really unsure about how to find the meaning you’re looking for.
I help you bust out of your midlife funk, figure out what you want and make changes to create a life that makes you giddy with excitement about all that’s possible.
Yes…I said giddy.
I’ve always been attracted to the question of why we do the things we do.
I even wrote about this in my high school yearbook.
When I think about it, It’s really no surprise that my passion led me to study behavior. My MA in Applied Social Psychology honed my listening skills and opened the door to a 25 year career in public health, specifically in tobacco use prevention, heart health promotion and addiction and mental health education.
Although I loved my career, I found myself feeling quite stuck about the time I turned 50. I really missed working one-on-one with people and knew I wasn’t content anymore.
I wanted more. I felt it deep inside.
I was afraid of having regrets.
Can you relate?
I was bored to tears. My job looked so good on paper, but I was withering away. But I couldn’t get my head around leaving. Golden handcuffs can get really tight! I was afraid to leave. And I let five years go by.
Then one day…I got a fateful knock at my office door. I was being laid off. Totally harsh, but wow, it opened up the possibility for me to make the change I really wanted but was too fearful to make on my own.
I get what you’re going through.
I was there too. I know first-hand what it’s like to feel confused and fearful about change. I also know what it’s like to bust through.
I knew I wasn’t having a “midlife crisis,” but something was definitely different; I was smack dab in the middle of a midlife funk.
I hired a coach. What followed was my absolute shock at how effective the whole coaching experience was. I knew I needed to understand more about how this process of learning to manage my mind helped me so quickly.
Turning 50 gave me lots to think about. I had to do some regret-proofing myself.
My kids were getting older and I had a chance to breathe…
…To do some serious dreaming about what I wanted.
…To figure out how to live intentionally myself.
Lots of interesting things came up for me and I started to look at them as OPPORTUNITIES for happiness!
One took the form of a big, hairy Newf named Niko. You never know what will happen when you dream BIG!
I knew I had more to give and people to help. I asked my coach where she trained and registered at the same school right away.
Today, I’m a Master Certified Life and Weight Coach with The Life Coach School. I’ve also been part of the teaching team for the certification of about 50 new coaches. I’ve coached 100s of women who also feel stuck and frustrated because they know there’s more out there for them, just like I did.
Just like you do.
I love helping my clients get results that are life changing.
I also love sharing my skills and tools to help YOU get excited about your life.
It’s all about regret-proofing.
Mindfulness can change your life at any stage. But coaching can help you take back control of designing the life you want.
My clients are so happy when they finally see what they want – when it becomes crystal clear – and they know what to do to make it happen.
THIS is so rewarding. I want this for you too.
Life is way too short for regrets. One thing’s for sure. You will regret having regrets. So let’s make sure that doesn’t happen!
How can you contact me?
Click here to book your free, no obligation Mini INSIGHT Session with me on the phone. Can’t wait to talk to you!
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