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I help introverts become happy and confident in their authentic selves.

In an extroverted world, we’re told that we are “wrong” or “broken” because we are wired differently. The truth is, introverts have unique and powerful superpowers.

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You don’t need fixing, because you’re not broken. Nothing is wrong with you.
You, like me, are an introvert and we just function differently.
We are the deep thinkers, philosophers, and out-of-the-box problem solvers.
The world needs us and our introverted superpowers more than ever before.

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Your mental health is your greatest investment.

Imagine how your life would be different if you could just step out of your own way.

Outcomes My Clients Get When Working With Me

  • Be okay with failure
  • Stop overthinking
  • Trust in their decisions
  • Overcome self-sabotage
  • Have confidence in who they are
  • Find and make new friends
  • Not caring about what others think
  • Not feeling awkward in social situations
  • Build more intimate relationships
  • No longer avoid (potential) conflict
  • LOVE themselves for being an introvert or homebody
  • Value themselves and their worth
  • Live authentically no matter who is around
  • Constrain to one goal at a time (so they actually get accomplished!)

“CHANGE HOW YOU SHOW UP IN THE WORLD, THEN GO OUT AND CHANGE THE WORLD!”

— Cameron Nichols

What Is Life Coaching?

How is Life Coaching different than talking to a friend or colleague?

It’s possible they are the same thing if you had a friend who:

  • Had an established process for helping you get results
  • Was an expert in human behavior and how the brain works
  • Was willing to show up once a week to work with you on solutions to your issue
  • Provided a safe and non-judgmental space with no distractions or interruptions to work with you
  • Was focused 100% on you
  • Had the skill to see your blind spots objectively and help you shift them FOREVER
  • Could cut the time it would take you to achieve your goal
  • Had a library of techniques to help you overcome anxiety, procrastination, self-doubt, overwhelm, and impostor syndrome
  • Knew how to motivate you to do things that you thought were impossible
  • Kept you accountable to massive action
  • Continually showed you where you were growing and improving
  • Provided confidentiality
  • Told you the truth without holding back
  • Could help you manage your brain to transform your emotions, marriage, money, career, relationships, health, or anything else you are struggling with
  • Spent his or her time looking for even better ways to help you get results
  • Guarantee results if you put in the work

If you had a friend or colleague like that who was willing to show up for you for free every week to do the deep work of helping you grow, then it would be the same thing.

If you don’t have a friend like that, you might need a coach.

Is a Life Coach the same as a therapist or counselor?

Most therapy is usually diagnostic-based to determine illness and pathologies that can be clinically treated. Therapists analyze their client’s past as a tool for understanding present behaviors, whereas life coaches simply identify and describe current problematic behaviors so the client can work to modify them.

A Therapist/Counselor analyzes the client’s childhood and/or past experiences to understand why they are showing up the way they are in their present. Therapists help clients understand past trauma so they can be healed in order for them to move on in their life. They focus their conversations on ways to recover from past traumas; explore why past relationships have been destructive; work through depression or anxiety that affect the client’s ability to function at home or work. Here are a few examples that are very appropriate for therapy:

  • Addiction
  • Really non-functioning (unable to function per societal norms)
  • Extreme obsessive-compulsive
  • Major depression or anxiety

A Life Coach focuses on the present. We teach you how to manage your mind and influence the present to design your own future.  A life coach would be able to offer guidance by clarifying and achieving personal and professional goals; working to improve communication skills; achieving financial independence and security; achieving a work/life balance; starting a new business or growing a current business. Here are a few examples that are more appropriate for Life Coaching: 

  • Perfectionism
  • Learning to love yourself
  • Relationship troubles
  • Overall satisfaction with life
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