I know what it's like to have many roles in life. I am a fire wife, mother of two energetic kiddos under 10, golden retriever mom, and introvert who needs (lots of) alone time. In my former life, I was a Fortune 500 Senior Leader with experience in IT, Finance, Supply Chain, Operations Management, and Consulting. Today, I am a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) and Energy Leadership Master Practitioner (ELI-MP) helping ambitious women move from where they are to where they WANT to be.
I am passionate about helping other women feel content and fulfilled in their lives - and doing it now, not waiting for "one day" when "there will be more time." I know how hard it is to get help when you are used to telling yourself you need to 'just rise to the challenge' or 'go it alone'... trust me, it's better with support.
So, what are you waiting for? I'm ready to help you today.
While we're not fully there yet, we're on the road. And it's something my husband and I work on together. Budgeting, saving, investment strategy, planning for big life events (like starting a biz!)... we've learned a lot together. It has been one of the biggest transitions for us as a couple. And for me as a person who was 'not good with money.' Now, I love supporting clients on their own journey to change their financial life.
I started riding horses as a child and continued through college. After that, I thought work, finances and life obligations made it impossible. It wasn't until I turned 40 that I put my excuses aside (with the help of coaching!) and fulfilled my dream of riding again.
🤍 Eating ice cream
🤍 Snuggling with my dogs
🤍 Hearing my kids laugh
🤍 Drinking a good glass of wine
🤍 Listening to an audio book
🤍 Singing along to George Strait
🤍 Time alone (hello, introvert!)
🤍 Hugs from my hubby
I don't just say this because I am a coach and love coaching and how it helps you manage your thoughts! It's seriously just my biggest struggle. I still get coached on it today - it is a lifelong journey. I am working on trusting myself and taking action instead of dwelling in my head. I know many who read this will be able to relate - the struggle is real!
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