How am I different from other Life Coaches?
The decision to become a life coach was not easy for me. But it should have been. Truth is, I’ve spent most of my life living “in between”, occupying the same spaces I now coach others out of. Whether it was wedged between staying in a dead-end situation or bravely moving into next. In terms of navigating transitions, I’ve been there and done that.
I was only 14 years old when my stepmother introduced me to a friend as her husband’s “outside” child. There I was, even before my life got started, relegated to the outskirts. Like a player benched before the game began, I was designated it seemed to always remain outside. Despite enjoying some level of material comfort my life as a stepchild was challenging. Challenges which have not only shaped my personality but given me a deep appreciation for love, laughs and life. Most importantly it gave me firsthand experience of what it takes to move from the sidelines of life and fully occupy your own space fully and completely.
Way before I ever completed a coaching course, I have been steadied through various life changes by my grandmother’s belief that your posture during trouble will decide if you will ever make it through. And so just completing the Professional Life Coaching program is just the tip of the iceberg for me. I bring to this work years of personal experience, a family legacy of helping along with formal training as an educator and facilitator. If you choose to work with me, you will get results and you will not regret it.