Me?help high achievers find clarity, confidence and self-compassion to work WHILE living.

You? You’re curious and looking for change. 

Us? Together, we collaborate with courage, candor and humor.


Coaching is about insight and discovery (vision and goals), action and accountability (getting it done).

“I prefer circles of sharing to pyramids and hierarchies…conversation to construction…usually choose nurturance and empathy over competition and climbing.”  — Richard Rohr

Me too.  


As a coach, I wear a lot of hats – change agent, diagnostician, responsible guide and compassionate partner – to foster profound positive change.

My job is to help you articulate, clarify, and define your values (what’s important to you, drives your decisions) to ultimately achieve goals, realize vision, serve mission, and find purpose.

Working with leaders, executives and high achievers, I draw upon my knowledge of systems, as well as my experience consulting and facilitating change within organizations.

I’ve benefitted from real life theory and practical experience in leadership development, group dynamics, change management, conflict, organizational culture, system diagnosis and design. As a consultant, the discovery and diagnosis is titillating especially since the very act of gathering data fosters change.

Becoming an ICF certified coach has been transformational. Attending the Teleos Leadership Institute’s Coaching Development Program gave structure, depth and context to my work with small groups and teams within larger systems.

A coach is to an individual what a facilitator is to group – an outside agent empower the creativity and intellect within.


Relax. Relax. Relax.

Janet, a fellow coach who’s also a writer, recommends her clients use the acronym “CAR” when communicating their strengths and experience during job interviews. It helps maintain the focus and natural progression a story should take – challenge, action, result. It’s simple. Not easy, but simple. Just like yoga (deja vu to my last post). …

I Met Myself In the Arena (Mirror Work)

It takes a village. At least, that’s the self-development community I strive to live within, therapists, mentors, coaches, yogis, peers, healers, learners, seekers. The reasons for the size of the population are another subject. In this post, we’ll deal with this week’s experiences. Returning from spending spring break with my youngest son, visiting my family in …



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