As a certified Life Coach, I have had the honor of assisting many individuals in their journey of discovery and transformation into their ideal Self.
Over the past decade, I have provided personalized methods of guidance
where my clients discover and achieve their goals in the five pillars of health;
Physical, Mental / Emotional, Spiritual, Financial and Relational. Each person
experiences a sort of awakening when they grasp the shift into a positive
thought process. The shift in energy is remarkable.
Throughout my coaching practice, I have had the privilege of working with
people from all walks of life, including teenagers suffering from test anxiety,
stay at home moms who are looking to start a career, realtors looking to grow
their business as well as business owners looking to bring a higher level of
emotional intelligence into their facility while working closely with their management staff and employees.
My decision to become a life coach stems from a desire to help people and the realization that every human is capable of creating the life they desire within themselves. I first experienced coaching while working with Bob Proctor, my coach and mentor. This opened my eyes to the impact of working with someone who clearly sees the potential that lies within each one of us. I love being that person for others, to help them see that the obstacles they perceive are truly stepping stones.
My job as a coach is to assist my clients with goal development, accountability, and establish the best pathway for tapping into their talents and strengths while overcoming their self-imposed limitations. Nothing excites me more than to witness firsthand the transformation of my clients as they meet and exceed their goals, visions and dreams.
Life Coaching Certification - American Union of NLP (Neuro-Lingustic Programming)
Certification in Inspiring Leadership through Emotional Intelligence - Case Western Reserve University
Bachelor of Science in Psychology with a focus on Life Coaching - Liberty University
"Take the first step in faith.
You don't have to see the whole staircase, just take the first step."
- Martin Luther King Jr.