What is coaching?
Coaching is a one-on-one partnership designed to prioritize your well-being, clarify your purpose, and grow your business with intention.
In our coaching sessions, we'll get clarity around your core values, mission, and vision. We'll unravel thinking traps, shift limiting beliefs, and redesign habitual patterns. All with the goal of furthering your awareness and growth.
What's your approach to coaching?
My approach combines integrative wellness, positive psychology, cognitive behavioral psychology, and the Co-Active® executive coaching model.
The Co-Active® Training Institute is regarded as the gold standard of coaching. It was the first coaching program to be accredited by the International Coach Federation. The effectiveness of the Co-Active® model been validated by Harvard Medical School.
Essentially, I'm trained in the principles of behavior change ––– awareness, resonance, and calling you forth to seize what's most important to you.
What's your background?
Prior to executive coaching, I had a multifaceted career building iconic brands (Sephora, Swarovski) and scaling both bootstrapped and funded startups.
Who do you work with?
Conscious entrepreneurs and leaders.
My clients are curious, grounded in their ambition, and ready to build a sustainable and fulfilling business.
Oftentimes, what's standing in the way are patterns of overthinking, self-doubt, perfectionism, stress/burnout, and a lack of clarity.
If this resonates, I'd love to connect!
What's the difference between coaching, therapy, and self-directed learning?
Coaching, therapy, and self-directed learning are all essential to building your inner foundation and business.
Each approach serves a unique purpose:
Coaching is present-to-future oriented. Coaching is best when you want support clarifying your purpose, staying accountable to your goals, and fine-tuning your mindset/habits.
Therapy is past-to-present oriented. Therapy is best when mental health challenges are hindering you from meeting the demands of work/life.
Self-directed learning is reading books, listening to podcasts, taking courses, and attending workshops. For some areas of your business/career, this may be all you need to make a shift. But if you're stuck, one-on-one support is a game-changer.