Feeling The Pressure

I’m going to be frank, it’s been tough out here for a lot of people. Our society is at a critical point and the pressure seems to be building up on us as individuals every day. We are experiencing change and sometimes loss at an incredible rate. I wanted to get back in touch, because I know that people need help and encouragement, even those of us who always seem strong, accomplished, etc. There is no shame in any of us asking for help, and as a life coach, I have always stood for that. Now, I want to make sure that you know that from me to you. As a member of my community, I stand for you.

It used to be that people thought of life coaching as fluffy and weird and unnecessary. Over the years, life coaching has become more appreciated, and more people have found value in it. Even I have to say that when I started coaching, individuals were not coping with as much as we are today. The pace of life in the 90’s and early 2000’s was a tad bit slower, and we did not feel that we had to keep pace with technology. My point here is that I realize that your needs may be different now, and I am responding to those changes.

While I will continue to launch new programs that serve larger groups, I also want you to know that I continue to schedule at least some time for one – one private coaching. If you’ve been with me for a while now, you’ll notice that I don’t market my private coaching that often, and that is because I am selective about who I take on for this deep work. Often these spots are filled by word of mouth through my client base here in Los Angeles. Believe me beneath the glitz and glamour of Hollywood, these people need help too. Some of the people I know with wealth, fame and lots of stuff, require the most support.

If you know it is time for you to reach out and get some support through difficult times, or relationship work or clarifying your true purpose so that you can finally live the life you want, get in touch with me. Our lives are too precious for us to put ourselves on the sidelines of quiet desperation anymore.

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