I’m a Master Certified Life Coach. What does that mean to you? That’s what you really want to know and I get that.
Maybe you’ve been hesitating to create the life you want, waiting for the right moment, the right sign that you are on track. Maybe you have taken your first steps and now want to take bigger steps, but you feel stuck.
Your “have to” list is longer than your “want to” list. You’re not making the kind of headway you had hoped for. If only you could do and be more. Sound familiar?
Here’s a good list of what a highly-skilled life coach can bring to your business, career or life:
Integral to help individuals define and exceed their goals.
Have a trusted partner who gives you consistent one-on-one attention and accountability.
Focus on true, clearly identified priorities.
Develop crystal clear career goals.
Hone financial health skills and strategies.
Foster key life and business insights.
Possess coaching tools that bring clarity to life overall.
Change behavior forever by awareness and altering thought patterns.
What would it be worth to you to have any of the items above that would make a huge difference to you?
What’s the true value of increased performance at work or in life?
How much is it worth to change your life for the better?
It’s priceless. So are you.
If you are interested in having a free 30-minute call to discuss your best future, click the button below to reach out to me.
A few months ago I left my job. I knew I wanted to go in a new direction in my career but just struggled to get organized. After going at it alone for a few weeks I knew I needed help. That help was Brenda Holley.
She helped me organize my work history with a new results based resume, she got me to identify the qualities in a company I was looking for, and made me realize that there were a whole lot of organizations that were looking for me. She never told me what I had to do to find a new career, she asked questions, and allowed me to find my way. She created a process and after receiving multiple offers I am on my way to getting back to what I love to do.
Thank you Brenda.