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Coaching is not therapy, it’s focused work, designed to develop skills and manage your approach to performance in very specific focus areas. I take on a limited number of people that I work with closely, one on one.


This is perfect to find out how you can get started or if this is even for you. It’s also great for regular maintenance, to keep you focused, on track and moving forward, so you never lose momentum.

30-min | $70 USD


You’ll be able to isolate the focus areas, then develop the skills, knowledge and courage to start making real changes. Expect guidance and support, with consistent step-by-step progression.

60-min | $120 USD




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