When I knew I needed a “life coach,” it was in a moment of fog, frustration and vulnerability. I knew myself well enough to know that I wasn’t as incapable as I felt at that time. I simply had lost my connection to that capable side of myself. From my initial consultation with Carrie, I felt comfortable that she was the partner I needed to guide me back to my better, more powerful self. She didn’t profess to have the treasure map of my mind but she did communicate her goals for our relationship as a coach so clearly that I knew I’d found what I was looking for. Carrie is damn good at what she does.

Over the last 5 months, Carrie has helped me better observe the causes of my frustration. Together, we figured out how to avoid losing touch with my true self. I’ve come to discover that I am most capable when there is harmony between my expectations, energy, and activities. Through the weekly sessions with Carrie, we set concrete and realistic goals. By achieving (most) of them, I’ve discovered what works for me and what doesn’t. In short, if you find yourself googling “Life Coach,” like me, it is probably because you need someone to help you get to a better place or get back to a better place. Well, I am confident that Carrie can help you get yourself where you want to be. Her ability to hold up the proverbial mirror so I could see the self-imposed roadblock was so helpful. Then she helped me get over it, around it or simply say, let’s come back to that later. Thank you Carrie for the gifts you’ve given me. And I have your number saved for when I need you next time 🙂