Making the leap to turn for help outside of your circle of friends and family may be just what you need to jumpstart your thinking about what to do next in your life. I know once I made the decision to work with a coach, I never looked back. My outlook and ways of thinking grew in ways I never could have imagined.

You may have someone you talk to as you figure out the next step in your job or with your life. Usually, it’s someone related to you, or a friend you can trust, who “has your back.” These people play an important role your life, and they want to make sure you are happy and on the right path in life. There are sometimes times, however,  when you require more than this. You need to reach outside of the people who normally support you, and turn to experienced, objective people who can relate to what you are going through, help you assess your needs and uncover what is getting in your way to achieve what you really want.

I’ve been inspired and motivated by several coaches throughout different stages of my professional and personal life. I’d like to acknowledge them here for their mentorship and unwavering support. My life has been greatly impacted by having these objective and caring coaches. They inspired me to help young adults experience the same benefits I received as they search for their life’s direction.

partners_in_possibility_logoEllen Fredericks
Coach, Colleague
now_what_logoLaura Berman Fortgang
Coach and Mentor
quantumthink_logoAlan and Dianne Collins
My first coaches