Corporate Attorney Desires Having a Family
A successful attorney with great friends and a supportive family wanted to get married and have kids before she turned 40.
- At the beginning of our process, she explained to me that she was concerned life coaching wouldn’t be results oriented. She said she’d be disappointed that if after 6 months of investing time and money into this process, all she had to show for it was a new level of acceptance for her current situation.
- I told her that I could NOT guarantee a boyfriend, but that I could guarantee she’ll love herself more and live a happier life daily. And, with that revitalized energy, she will attract the love of her life.
- We worked on how to naturally focus more on positivity while leveraging a simple tool to minimize her negative self talk (on topics ranging from body image, to her general dating life, to other areas of her personal life). We re-framed her negativity in a way that her subconscious mind would believe to really transform her outlook on life.
She became more in tune with her essence and best self. She was more relaxed and comfortable in her own skin and about her romantic life. Within a year, she was dating a special guy, got engaged, married, and pregnant!
Environmental Lawyer Seeks New Career
A well-established environmental lawyer was married with a family and wanted to infuse more passion and purpose into her career.
- She was pregnant with her first child, tired, and not excited about her job any longer. She knew she wanted to remain within the realm of protecting the environment.
- We worked through her top options for an ideal career by focusing on her strengths, experience, and deepest wishes to help people and the planet. After determining the best career fit for her, we used proprietary tools to evaluate how she could stand out among other seemingly more qualified candidates for that particular job.
The techniques and concepts we used helped to shift her perspective in a deep way, ultimately helping her to believe in herself more, see new possibilities for her life, and experience turning points on her career path. She gained clarity around her passion, focused her efforts, and is now the sustainability officer of a major university.
Marketing Executive Needs New Job and City
A competitive marketing executive was working around the clock and being yelled at while living in a very urban part of Chicago. She loved putting effort in to her career but wanted to be recognized for it while also desiring to live in a more natural setting so she could enjoy the outdoors with her boyfriend.
- During our initial consultation, she had her arms crossed and asked how I could help a goal-achieving woman like her find a happier life.
- We started by eliminating the blocks she faced while motivating her to go for all of her dreams.
- She had to learn how to believe in herself again after her confidence had been shot down. She re-connected with her truth, passion, and purpose.
She now lives out west in a beautiful home overlooking a creek and works at a great marketing firm that respects her and enjoys her presence.
Financial Services Executive Wants To Live Life On Her Terms
An ambitious financial services executive was ready to start living life on her own terms – FOR REAL!
- Although she was able to climb the corporate ladder, she didn’t feel as accomplished or true to herself in her personal interactions.
- We uncovered conflicting beliefs she had about how to “be” with others and removed obstacles getting in her way of fully experiencing life.
- Now, she speaks with confidence to her family, she respectfully shares her opinions at work, and she transitions toxic relationships into ones where there is honor and love between them.
She quit her job, started her own consultancy, and found her voice while living her truth!
“Jill-of-All-Trades-Master-of-None” Searching For Her Purpose
A self-proclaimed “Jill-of-All-Trades-Master-of-None” was struggling to figure out what her next career should be from flight attendant to librarian to marketing executive. She was qualified for and actually good at all of these positions.
- This hard worker thought she might want to own her own company but she couldn’t “see” it. So, she continued to take education after education course.
- Along the way we helped her hone in on her skills, identified the needs in this world she can help people with, and crafted an ideal career and company for this budding entrepreneur.
- She became giddy about her journey, moved out west to enjoy nature more, and built her dream home while knowing she will serve those less fortunate through her business and philanthropic efforts.
What she didn’t expect was to really find herself as she moved closer to nature and continued to explore her career options. As she followed her heart, she connected to her best self, her truth, and natural gifts on a deeper level. With each gem of an insight she uncovered and with each “should” she let go of on her journey, she became more convicted and happier to serve others through counseling. She found the perfect way to combine her skills and passions to bring herself and others real joy and peace.
Operations & Marketing Executive Searching For Fulfilling Career
After several strategic career transitions, a seasoned operations and marketing executive landed a job working at a company with his best friend. The “good soldier” in him was fighting to make the position work for him while he was unhappy too often. He wanted to take a “mid-life” break to reflect, restart, and re-energize his life professionally and personally.
- He struggled with releasing all the negative self talk that went along with potentially relinquishing his work obligations, but he also knew that was the only way to figure out what he wanted to do next.
- Together, we worked to dissolve negative beliefs, identify obstacles holding him back, and ultimately face fears to move forward into uncertain territory to explore what’s next for him.
He had the courage to sever professional ties with his company (but not his best friend) in a way that honored him and the company. Now, he is pursuing his passion for adventure travel in his career while living in a new part of the country he loves and enjoying the rest of his hobbies during his time off.
New Mom Working With Her Husband & Finding Her Way
A self-aware manager at a marketing firm who works with her husband and just had a baby is struggling with how to integrate her old self with her new life.
- Although this new mom Is connected with her best self and has shared her real essence to attract opportunities and life experiences she desires (see above for husband and baby), she has a whole new set of obstacles with new responsibilities related to baby, home, and work.
- After years of working together, she knows herself well and knows how to connect with her world creating and maintaining supportive and loving relationships in all areas of her life.
So, we’ve worked on how to let go of the expectations from her past while still being true to herself. She’s been able to hold on to her identity and translate who she is to be relevant in this new phase of her life as a happier person, wife, mother, and leader at work.
Successful Doctor, Wife, & Mom
A doctor who worked to establish her skills and further grow her business while raising two thriving children wanted to have a stronger relationship with her husband and an overall healthier sense of emotional well-being.
- She met and married her husband when she was young.
- We determined her core love identity and the set of beliefs that were having her show up less than confident with her husband.
- As we explored and reframed her beliefs, she made conscious choices about how she’d like to “be” in the relationship.
She attempted reconciliation. Although there was some positive momentum, they decided to divorce. Throughout the process, she was convicted in her choice to move on. Her conviction was supported by learning to accept what is, find peace, and eliminate noise all while having a more open heart. She continues to evolve her life as she learns to be with herself, live in the present moment, and trust her own instincts more than ever.