What is coaching?
Coaching is a one-on-one partnership designed to support you in doing the thing that you've been saying you want to do. That thing that will enrich your life, and deepen your sense of fulfillment.
Most people come to coaching because they want accountability of some sort. This is an outcome of coaching. Though, the more compelling work is in defining your guiding principles, creating an intentional life, and building a fulfilling business.
Some come for one-off strategy sessions, and others dive into 3-6 month engagements where we meet bi-weekly to strategize and create significant inner and outer shifts. Let's discover what would be best for you:
What's your approach to coaching?
I received my credentials from the Co-Active® Training Institute (CTI). Regarded as the gold standard of coaching, CTI was the first to be accredited by the International Coach Federation and the effectiveness of the program has been validated by Harvard Medical School.
My approach also draws on work from leading psychologists and researchers:
- Character Strengths by Martin Seligman
- Grit by Angela Duckworth
- Growth Mindset by Carol Dweck
- Drive by Daniel Pink
- Self-Compassion by Kristen Neff
What's your background?
Prior to coaching, I built iconic brands (Sephora, Swarovski) and scaled growth stage startups/SMBs, learn more here.
Who do you work with?
Curious, entrepreneurial minds who would like clarity on your path and support building something meaningful to you. 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 personal and professional growth.
Each approach serves a unique purpose:
Coaching is future-oriented, focusing on growth, building what's strong. Coaching is best when you're mentally ready to excel past baseline in an area of your life.
Therapy is past-oriented, focused on healing, fixing what's wrong. Therapy is best when mental health challenges are hindering you from operating at baseline in an area of your life.
We're all dynamic, and our lives will ebb and flow. Different seasons will require different approaches. In fact, some people work with therapists and coaches simultaneously. This is because one area of their life may be ready for growth, while another may need healing.
Self-directed learning is reading books, listening to podcasts, taking courses, and attending workshops. For some areas of your life, this may be all you need to make a shift. But if you're stuck, one-on-one support is worth exploring.