I've been a practicing attorney since 2006.
I always say I went to law school by default because I graduated from college with a degree in English and no idea what I wanted to do.
My dad was a lawyer, my friends were going to school, I was 23 and totally aimless, so law school it was.
Fast forward to 2013 when my dad died and said the words I'll never forget: I wasted my life.
This set me on the path to figuring out what I really wanted to do because I never wanted to say those words.
I tried different side hustles, and I eventually started working with my first life coach in 2019.
And, then a light bulb went off. This is what I'm supposed to do.
My Coaching Philosophy
I've studied meditation for several years and have a regular practice. I know that our thoughts create our reality, and to make any change in your life you have to be aware of your thoughts.
As a general rule, lawyers don't make much time to deal with thoughts and emotions, and this leads to overwhelm, burnout, overdrinking, overeating, and so many other problems.
When you work with me, I help you see your thoughts and how they're creating everything in your life right now. You get to decide whether you stick with those thoughts or whether your choose something different.
Work With Me
The purpose of the consultaiton is to help you make the decision that is best for you as to whether or not you want to work with me as your coach.
I'll be asking you a lot of questions, and I'll listen deeply to what you're wanting to change. I'm coming from a completely neutral and non-judgmental place, so you can always feel free to answer honestly.
After discussing the issues you'd bring to coaching, I'll let you know how I can help and what we'd work on together.
At the end of the call, I'll offer to help you make a decision about moving forward - whether a yes or a no - so that you leave the call without a lingering question about your next steps. If you have any questions or concerns about coaching, or making it work for you, we can talk through them.