Life Coaching

Presence of Mind. Forward Momentum.


What do you want to be when you grow up?  As children, we are able to let our imaginations go wild as we dream about what it would be like to be an astronaut, a brain surgeon, a rock star.  In the child's mind there is unlimited potential.  It is only as we get older and begin to take on the limiting beliefs of the people and institutions around us that we begin to settle for less.  We overthink our dilemmas and end up feeling victimized by circumstances, and stuck in bad habits that keep us from moving forward.

The good news is that is never too late to revive your dreams and begin realizing them as you once did. Doing so doesn't require that you "work harder on yourself" in order to become a "better" person.  This is where the transformative life coaching process differs from traditional life coaching.

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Transformative Life Coaching is a holistic process that utilizes a refined cognitive approach to harness the resources you already have rather than trying to force a change, adhere to a rigid system, or add a bunch of tasks to your already full to-do list.  The approach is highly interactive and educational. Together, we will explore all aspects of your life - what's working and what isn't, what you want to create and what seems to be in the way.  Whether you’re in New York and can work with me in person, or need to book an online coaching session, I am confident you will leave our sessions ready to live life fully.

In the end, you will feel less stressed, more confident in your abilities, and more grounded in your endeavors and your life.  You will feel more equipped to walk the streets of New York because you hold the keys to optimal performance and effortless living.  You will be able to show up in your life with more authenticity and more presence, thereby opening yourself up to seeing the opportunities, and attracting people and situations you might have otherwise missed.


Why it’s simply impassible!”
Alice: “Why, don’t you mean impossible?”
Door: “No, I do mean impassible. (chuckles) Nothing’s impossible!
— Lewis Carroll, Alice's Adventures in Wonderland