Over the past 20 years I have had the privilege of coming alongside of leaders, organizations, marriages & individuals, all of whom partnered with me to better understand who they are & how they are to best move forward in the world. Whether working 1 on 1 as a coach, or in a room full of students, educators, professionals or congregants, I consistently work to bring an enlightening message & a unique perspective that is intended to affect change in people’s lives!
A good career coach will focus on your personal strengths, talents, and values, and helps you build your ideal career path based on these fundamental factors. One of my favorite parts about career coaching is that it gives me the opportunity to come alongside both recent college grads as well as individuals who've been in the work force for awhile but haven't found their true calling. Together, we'll work with a variety of tools, walk through a series of exercises and activities, and we'll identify your career goals and help you map out a plan to achieve them. Interested? Clink the link below.
Over the past few years, I've been blessed with the opportunity to speak at schools, businesses, and various seminars, sharing my experiences and the tips I've acquired along the way. As I might have mentioned, nothing gets me more excited than potential -- I love new projects, opportunities, and challenges. As such, I can't help but become animated and invested when I speak to friends, coworkers, and clients about a project they have in mind. Does this sound like what you're looking for? Learn more below.
As you might know, a keynote speech typically goes along with a main theme. A keynote speaker's speech will set the tone and summarize the core message of a retreat, seminar, or other corporate event. Steve Jobs was perhaps one of the more well-known keynote speaker, dubbing his talks Stevenotes. The TED Talks are another famous example of keynote speeches -- I had the remarkable opportunity to give a TEDx talk a view years ago, which you can view here.
Below you will find the themes around which I center my content: