Mid Life Women in Transition

I am a Professional Coach.  Who Do I Serve?  That question has been nagging at me, keeping me up at night…And then, it hit me!  Duh!  What do I specialize in?  Career/Life Transitions.  Who am I meant to serve?  Michael Port, a well-known motivational big thinker asks this of his listeners all the time.  He’s very cool and inspiring! www.MichaelPort.com   Mid Life women-Most of my clients are…I enjoy working with them, get energized helping discover/uncover new skills, attitudes, meaning & purpose!  I use humor & creativity-often, many in this stage-"empty nest moms" or just searching for more meaning & excited to have the time & focus to work on themselves!

I run Coaching Groups and see the women exploring different aspects of their life.  Some may return to painting after raising a family, others might take a ceramics class or keep a journal of their personal growth.  It is exciting to share these journeys!

I spoke at "Transitions" at Womens Expo- www.womensexpomd.com.  I working with a group of diverse women.  Taking C.J. Hayden’s course -Coachpreneur’s Circle- www.coachpreneurs.com  She also created Get Clients Now- www.getclientsnow.com   and the program I teach www.gethirednow.com   We discuss niche and focus.  Exactly what I work on with my clients-niche, in terms of area, industry, career that fits for them.  I’m always learning & growing & I like to think seeing my journey helps my clients to learn & grow!


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