What is coaching?
A coach helps you discover what’s really important to you, determine what's holding you back, design a plan to propel you forward and hold you accountable along the way. Through empowering questions and strategies, a coach helps you uncover your truths because a coach believes that you have all the answers.
Who could benefit from your services?
People who have been dissatisfied with their career, laid off and are considering a new or related field, in career transition, struggling with work/life balance and/or searching for life purpose.
Is coaching for me?
If you're ready to become the author of your own life or step up your game, then absolutely. (See Top 10 Reasons To Hire A Coach)
Why not just go to therapy?
While therapists typically focus on problems from the past and "why" things happened, a coach uses the past as a reference point and focuses on the "how," or the solutions.
How do I know if we will work well together?
Since it's important for you to find a coach with whom you mesh well, let's have a brief phone call to see if we mesh. Whether we continue working together beyond that, you're bound to learn something new in our meeting.
So what kind of journalism jobs did you have?
I reported on crime, local news, politics and real estate for New York City magazines and newspapers. As a web editor, I worked at real estate and business publications. My last position in journalism was as deputy editor for the Commercial Observer, where I edited as well as reported on commercial real estate in New York City. You can see my reporting clips from Commercial Observer here.
What makes a journalist-turned-PR person a good coach?
I have honed my ability to ask kick-ass questions that get people talking. Also, journalists (and even PR people) are great listeners with a talent for connecting the dots. Finally, I got my coaching certification from an accredited coaching school.