What Drew Me to Coaching?
Before I began training to become a life and health coach, I secretly knew I wasn't living in the fullest version of myself...
I was a full-time stay at home mom who had been out of the workforce for 10 years. I loved supporting my family, but I had an Ivy League degree in neuroscience and two Master's degrees in psychology and I missed using the skills and education I was passionate about.
You wouldn’t be able to tell from the outside looking in, I was in good shape and happily contributed support wherever it was needed, but I had a nagging, hollow space inside, and I had lost my confidence that I would be valued in the workforce.
Everything changed for me when I saw someone I knew become a life coach... and I finally look a long hard look at my situation and whether I was truly happy with it.
I thought... 'What gives her the right to have a career like this?! Her background is in a completely different area. I'm obviously way more suited to be a life coach!'
My reaction shocked me. Later on, I calmed down and realised she had put herself out there and done the work to change her career... and that was awesome.
She made herself a priority because it was important for her.
Wouldn't You Like to Experience This Too?
Now that I wake up every day to a career I love again, I'm so much more satisfied with every single area of my life.
Coaches know that "how you do one thing is how you do everything", and let me tell you... I experience this first hand on a daily basis.
The moment I achieved balance with my career and family, all the other areas of my life started improving right along with it!
I'm living a full life because I'm honoring and sharing who I am...
And since I'm full of passion, knowledge and skills that help others do the same... I know I can help you experience the same level of fullness and satisfaction I achieved in MY life.