I assist students, early career professionals, and adults in navigating the self-discovery journey by providing observations, encouragement, and accountability.
WHAT IS A LIFE COACH?
Great question! In short, a life coach helps you level up. As a life coach, I collaborate with clients on addressing and improving various areas, which can include relationships, careers, and personal development.
Unlike a therapist or consultant, a life coach’s role is not to diagnose or advise their clients. Although mentors are valuable, a life coach is more focused on achieving specific behavioral changes and immediate improvement through a structured approach. My role is to partner with clients to learn about their current situation, identify goals, and develop a personalized plan of action so that they can stay on track while moving forward.
Want to focus on a specific area of improvement.
Feel lost, stuck, or hesitant on next steps.
Hold yourself back and limit your upside.
Recently made a huge life change.
Let’s design a road map so you can move forward.
Small Group Coaching
During group sessions, I facilitate conversation so participants can reflect, grow, and build their skillset around targeted areas. Topics of discussion include, but are not limited to:
Self-Awareness & Assurance
"Everyone needs a coach. We all need people that give us feedback. That’s how we improve."
- Bill Gates, Founder of Microsoft, Philanthropist and Humanitarian
"Oprah has attributed some of her success to her life coach, Martha Beck. She has been a major advocate for life coaching as a result. Over the last 25 years, she's presented a multitude of life coaches to her fans and highly suggests her viewers to use a life coach to succeed."
"The Denver Broncos star linebacker, Von Miller, has had issues with the law in the past. And we all know where that will lead if left unchecked. There’s no Super Bowl rings in jail. He got a coach to help turn his life around and since those low points, he’s now a Super Bowl champion and, wouldn’t you know it, MVP."
Frequently Asked Questions
How do your coaching sessions work?
Coaching sessions are for one (1) hour, weekly or bi-weekly. One-on-one or small group (4-6 clients) coaching is offered in 6, 8, or 12 session packages. Services are delivered the following two ways:
Personalized Coaching: We will work together to create a customized action plan specific to fit the personal development needs of the client.
Targeted Coaching (popular for small group coaching): Specific topics are selected by the client to create a series of lessons focused on targeted areas.
How much does coaching cost?
Most life coaches charge between $300 to $1000 per month, which includes calls three to four times a month ranging between 30 to 60 minutes per call. It averages to about $100 to $300 per hour. Corporate coaching costs more, ranging from $1,000 to $10,000 per month and usually starts at $500 per hour. My pricing is as follows:
$99 per session, weekly or bi-weekly
Small Group Coaching (4-6 Clients)
6 sessions - $299 per person ($49.83/session)
8 sessions - $395 per person ($49.38/session)
12 sessions - $549 per person ($45.75/session)
*Rates are for virtual coaching. Please email or schedule a call for in-person inquires. Sponsorships or discounts may be available for full-time students, early career professionals (under 30 years of age), and returning citizens.
Do you have formal coaching training?
Yes! Almost anyone can call themself a “coach”, which can cause confusion and damage the reputation of the industry. The International Coaching Federation (ICF) is the leading global organization dedicated to advancing the art, science and practice of professional coaching. The Academy of Creative Coaching (ACC) is an accredited ICF program. I received my Certified Professional Coach (CPC) designation after completing the ACC Life & Leadership Training Program. I am currently working toward receiving further credentials with the ICF.
How does your coaching differ between students and adults?
Personal development is a never-ending cycle. Every person falls somewhere on the spectrum and has a different levels of satisfaction for each specific area of life. It’s been said that success is when you reach balance and satisfaction in the following areas: Career, Family, Financial, Mental, Personal, Physical, and Spiritual.
For individuals earlier in the self-discovery process, such as students, I typically focus on foundational principles. This can include clarifying values, discovering internal motivations, and establishing goals. As clients evolve in their development, the focus can shift to identifying strengths and/or areas of improvement, exploring beliefs that limit their ability to attain their goals, and developing an action plan to close the gap. For professionals who believe they are far along in reaching their personal or professional goals, I provide accountability and objective perspectives on “blind spots” as a way to challenge growth in areas previously neglected.