Passionate About Inspiring Others
"Attitude is the “little” thing that makes the big difference. The story of life proves that it is often the minute things that spell the differences between triumph and tragedy, success and failure, victory or defeat. For example, if you call a girl a kitten, she will love you. Call her a cat and you’re in trouble."
Has life ever become too real for you? Take it from me, it happens and when it does hold on tight. Life got real for me four months, two weeks and one day after my first wedding in 1992. My world changed in the blink of an eye; my mother died. I was now a motherless only child. Everything I knew about life changed in an instant. This was my first experience with transition and boy it was a doozy. What I quickly realized is that life does and will happen; and as it does we must respond. How I responded was the difference between shattered pieces of my life and a whole life of serenity. Beginning each day with gratitude, asserting my faith, realizing who I am, and letting go of fear became a daily habit for healing and self-evolution!
Insightful, passionate, and honest are just a few of the attributes that I inherited from my mom. Walking in the path that my mom carved out for me has led me to become a bridge builder and purpose promoter. Implementing the qualities of intuition and instinct, I am dedicated to the work of assisting women with regards to self-actualization, self-awareness, balance, mindfulness, and purpose discovery. The desire and calling to walk alongside those who endeavor to fulfill their purpose has led me to coaching.
I have spent the past eight years establishing, cultivating, investing in, and polishing my craft as a Life Coach. Serving as a Life Coach does not adhere to a “one size” fit all methodology. I submit that coaching should be based on enabling and equipping people to live their best life, as opposed to training them. I call the coaching methodology I offer change facilitation. This methodology involves getting to the core of discovery, awareness and choices in diverse perspectives. What I have learned is that circumstances activate thoughts; thoughts trigger feelings; and feelings prompt actions.
Hailing from Baltimore, Maryland I am a proud graduate of the oldest all-girl, public high school in the country, Western High School. I received my undergraduate degree, Magna Cum Laude, from Strayer University in 2007. In addition, I am respectfully certified from The Coach Training Academy and most recently credentialed as an Associate Certified Coach through the International Coach Federation (ICF). Further, I am a notable lead facilitator of American Life Coach Academy. I am most proud to be a mom of a beautiful 24-year-old daughter, in a loving committed relationship, and loyal Sistah-friend to a network of special women who challenge my fears, supports my dreams and ultimately allow me to HONOR MY PATH.
Learn more about my journey here.
Associate Certified Coach (ACC)
Certified Coaches Alliance (CCA)
International Coach Federation (ICF)
Lead Facilitator at The American Life Coach Academy
Bachelors in Business Administration