At 47, I find myself wanting to combine my different life experiences into one new career as a coach and therapeutic art facilitator.
Nearly 24 years as a stylist (more than half of those as a business owner), many years in marketing (my own businesses, other peoples', a smattering of advertorials, and a few contracts writing content), a few jobs as a corporate trainer (salons, skin care companies, retail stores, semiconductor technology, even an early childhood education center), and a lifetime of creating art and stories (some were even published!) has given me a lot of headaches, heartaches, and stomachaches, but mostly it's given me a lot of happiness and lessons to pass on.
Luckily, I've had my share of coaches in life. People I could count on to poke me, push me, and encourage me. Time spent with them changed my life.
Now I'd like to help you change yours.
Make yourself a priority. The world needs you at your best! Let's plan on 2020 being the year you reach your highest levels of success. What does that look like? Does it look like a new career? A promotion? Maybe it looks like better habits, better time management, better output.
Give yourself a couple of minutes right now to imagine your life in a year. Are you willing to make a few tweaks in order to create great change?
When I talk with people who have achieved great success, none of them lucked into it. Not one stumbled onto it. They all made a conscious decision to put in the work. Most made a lot of mistakes along the way. Somehow they all fell forward.
In her bestseller Big Magic, Elizabeth Gilbert writes, "You can measure your worth by your dedication to your path, not by your successes or failures." Let's take that dedication and work to the next level
Life can be stressful. I want to give you the tools you need to maximize your personal and professional relationships, so you can give yourself the life you deserve.
Time management can be the difference between a good week and a fantastic week. It is often the first thing I discuss with clients wanting to make significant changes. Tim Ferris, author of The 4-Hour Work Week, states, "The objective is to control your time – a non-renewable resource – and apply it where you have the highest leverage or enjoyment."
We'll make time for the things that bring you joy AND make sure you accomplish your dreams.
The people in your life - your family, your friends - want to see you succeed. You want to make sure you're making time for them. Let's get get your plan down, so you can share it with your greatest cheerleaders.