Coaching is rocket fuel for your life.
Your inner critic doesn't stand a chance.
This coaching mentorship is for you if:
Sound spot on? Keep reading.
You’re probably the woman who looks like she’s got life figured out.
Your life plan has unfolded without a crease. You’ve enjoyed a healthy amount of success and have the ambition to boot. Everything looks fan-freaking-tastic.
Ironic, isn’t it? Cause that’s not even close to how you feel.
You’ve got a nasty inner critic that sets out to destroy. No joy left behind.
The “I’m not good enough” track has been like an annoying song stuck in your head for decades.
And you are in a constant battle with your perfectionism, self-doubt, people-pleasing, and the impossible expectations you’ve set for yourself.
You also feel like your current success was an accident. Hello, imposter syndrome.
You’ve done therapy, read an impressive array of personal development, and you probably follow so much inspirational, positivity porn on Instagram it makes your head spin.
And you still feel, at most, “not ok” and, at worst, terrible.
It’s like there is some big, key-to-life secret you were never let in on.
Ah, girl. There is.
It’s what’s sabotaging you when you start making progress on your goals.
And I’m here to teach you how to solve the riddle.
Here’s the CliffNotes version:
Your brain is conditioned, by biology and sociology, to work its damndest to keep you small, stuck, and in a perpetual loop of stress, anxiety, and self-criticism.
And the solution goes way beyond reciting the positive affirmation list you found in a social media rabbit hole.
Let’s get one thing straight.
You’re not broken. And I’m not here to fix you.
But I will help you break your default state of being and reboot your brain.
It is. But the only regret you’ll have is that you didn’t do it sooner.
6 months to master your mindset.
- 24, 45-minute private coaching intensives on Zoom
- Unlimited access (M-F) between sessions via Slack so you can touch base with me whenever you need a mindset reset
- A personal coach in your corner who gets you and will tell it to you like it is (with love, of course)