I find humor and beauty everywhere. I focus intently on what matters. I commit to my goals and dreams and I work hard even when “I don’t feel like it.” I am happily married and have strong, kind sons that have grown into men I am proud of. I’ve created a life I love, a career that excites and enriches me, and friendships I cherish. That wasn’t always me…
While I had big dreams, I just didn’t know how to turn them into reality. I knew where I wanted to go, but I also knew I needed a little help with the journey.
Through hard work and the help of great mentors and teachers, I finally discovered what I consider to be the biggest factor of a joyful and successful life: commitment. Once I made a commitment to myself and to redesigning my life, change became possible and I found the success I longed for.
I bring this experience to my coaching practice, helping others create the lives they desire through commitment, accountability, discipline, and learning to value the gifts they bring to the world.
Today, I am confident, peaceful, and I trust myself. I am brave and thoughtful. I get mad and have bad days, but I also laugh often. I feel deeply and cry freely. I am definitely not perfect – but I’ve learned to love my imperfections for what they teach me. I live every moment of my life fully present and consciously aware of my blessings.
That’s the beauty of being human. Such a wide range of emotions and we get to embrace them all.
My personal journey has taught me that a lack of commitment can lead to poor choices, unfulfilling relationships, and a fear of moving forward in life. It can stop you from embracing all that life gives. I truly believe that my life experience abundantly enhances my formal training, making me the right coach for anyone who wants to redefine themselves and reach their goals through commitment, discipline, and accountability.
I have a BS in Psychology. I discovered IPEC and have thrived in my Life Coach training. I’ve become a real self-esteem expert and want so much to help you find the balance and beauty and wisdom and strength that is inside you and use that to create real and lasting self-love.
My love for this program and this career inspired me to share this with you, it’s important to me that you see the level of training and the strong reputation of iPEC. My passion for helping women comes from deep within my soul. My training and skills come from iPEC.
The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) offers the most comprehensive and experiential Certified Professional Coach training program in the world. As the originator of Core Energy Dynamics™ and the Core Energy Coaching™ process, iPEC has created the most effective leadership framework and change process in use today. Founded in 1999 by Bruce D Schneider, MCC and PhD, the Institute graduates Certified Professional Coaches in the specialties of life, career/transition, health and wellness, relationship, sales, business, corporate and executive coaching.
The iPEC coach training program includes:
A Mentor Coach who focuses on skill development
A strong business development program
A specialization-focused track of learning. Coach Trainees select from one of the nine major specialties within the coaching industry and then embark on a focused effort to become an expert within that specialty area
A system that engages all learning preferences (seeing, hearing, hands-on), live training and a total of 350+ hours of training by the end of the program.
iPEC has been accredited by the International Coaching Federation (see description below of ICF) since early 2002.
iPEC is an ICF-Accredited Coach Training Program. Upon successful completion of iPEC’s program, a student becomes a Certified Professional Coach — as recognized by the ICF.
iPEC is committed to graduating master-level coaches — iPEC is the first and still the only ICF accredited coach training school to include in its standard curriculum all of the training needed to qualify and thrive as an ICF Master Level Coach. iPEC’s graduates are some of the most thoroughly trained and well-rounded coaches in the world.
“I have learned that success is to be measured not so much by the position that one has reached in life as by the obstacles which he has had to overcome while trying to succeed.” – Booker T. Washington