If you are like me, you want to be your best.
And, your desire is to make big contributions in your life whether it’s within your family, spouse, circle of influence, career, faith or volunteering.
You want to thrive and have a sense of being “in control” but it feels like it’s not even possible, especially when it comes to finances.
I’ve been there, too. Many times. And, I expect to feel this way again. But, I have a new perspective and some new tools to help me.
A turnaround came for me when I discovered the gift of coaching. As the person being coached, I learned how to best choose my priorities and make progress with the things that mattered most to me. Coaching is different from counseling, mentoring or any of the other ways I’ve attempted to improve the quality of my life.
My initial intention in pursuing coaching certification at Western Seminary was to help others and along the way I discovered it’s uniqueness and I ended up becoming transformed myself including how I approach my finances.
Over the years, my husband and I have been through a lot financially including layoffs, being upside down on mortgages, creating a trust, making dumb financial decisions, investing in mutual funds and 401Ks, saving for college via 529s and spending more than we earn. In early 2018, we lost our main source of income and needed to make some big changes and it was the help of others that made the difference. That’s what I hope to be for you.
Are you currently experiencing stress, confusion or discomfort with money? I can help with that!
I can help you discover a sense of peace and control in the midst of your wonderful opportunities, poor decisions and the natural chaos in life. I’d love to hear from you.
Contact Me if you’re ready to pause, choose and make progress on the things that matter most to you, too.