In over a decade of experience working with bright, accomplished individuals, I can attest to the fact that the problem is often not knowing the “right” things to do. Knowledge is often insufficient for change. Intellect is not enough. Developing behavioral guardrails and accountability in your life can help you stay in your lane and set you up for success. When next steps are unclear, developing with focused specificity a vision followed by an attainable, realistic, actionable plan can be precisely what is needed to propel you forward.
I don’t believe in quick, temporary, superficial bandaid fixes. I commit to enduring change. I am not an advice-giver nor am I in the business of having the kind of conversation you can have with a friend over an overpriced latte at a local coffee shop. I don’t believe in providing a client experience that you can get from a workbook for $14.99 on Amazon.
There are aspects of our selves that we simply cannot see. Having a voice you trust who has no vested interest in doing anything but provide feedback to help you grow can be transformative. I commit to telling you what they need to hear, not just what you want to hear (there are enough people in your life doing that already).