As much as I would love to work with each of you personally, it is important to me to limit my clients to those whom I feel I can truly help, given my style, availability and skill set. If I am unable to be your coach, I suggest you consider the following incredibly encouraging and helpful individuals:

Lauren Sapala: Writing Coach. I cannot say enough about Lauren’s capabilities. I have personally worked with her for a year. She helped me get my manuscript to the second round of edits and will no doubt, help me get it completed. She has been more than a cheerleader. She has helped me map out my website, my videos and my career in general. She brings clarity to my amorphous ideas. She shines a light on my personal voice. All at a reasonable price.

Marla Hunter-Bellavia of Wise Introvert:Marla helps introverted women be brave, be seen and be true. She offers encouragement, vision and support, all while challenging you. It’s people like Marla who help us wake up to ourselves and our possibilities.

Julie Bond Genovese of Nothing Short of Joy: If you are looking for someone to get your creativity bubbling and your self-esteem sky-rocketing, Julie is your coach. She will help you break up with your old belief systems and find freedom and inspiration. She will get you out of your head and into your brave artistry. Julie is an author (Nothing Short of Joy) and a watercolor artist.

Catherine of Quietly Authentic: I met Catherine in England on an introvert retreat. She is beautiful inside and out and a wonderful nurturer of self-esteem and confidence. She is an introvert and shy so she understands the difficulties and gifts our nature brings. Catherine lives in London and has a penchant for photography.

 

 

 

 

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