You’re in transition. You may be getting married, preparing to have a child, moving across the country or maybe all three at the same time. This is a fantastic time to reset.

What is a Transition Coach?

A transition coach understands the consistent nature of life transitions, whether that’s getting married or having a family. It’s a rite of passage, a time of celebration and a time of change.

Underlying the weddings, the showers, the rituals is a shared sense of significance. Those who are in the room celebrating with you often reflect back to their own growth when they experienced this change. You’ll hear many bits of advice and “if only I knew…”

A transition coach shares helps to ground you in your values during this time of change. They are your advocate, rooting for you, and helping you manage the expected and unexpected changes during these times.

What are the Benefits of Working with a Transition Coach?

Times of transition work differently with different people; some embrace it, while others run away from it. We are wired to like consistency and stability (especially as we age). So transitions can seem…scary.

However, a time of transition is a time where you can make adjustments — lose what doesn’t work and embrace what does. You’re taking stock, making a move. Let’s go where you want to.

For details and pricing on transition coaching services, click here.

Blog Posts on Transition

Get Unstuck (Video)

Want to see some raw honesty from a rough life coach? Here’s me, first thing in the morning (after coffee but before a shower), answering the following question: Why do you enjoy helping people get unstuck and get more out of life? My coach asked me this question, and challenged me to speak directly to you, and explain my […]

People Are Like Goldfish

My family and I went to a festival recently, and they had one of those games where participants can win goldfish. Of course this the prize both of my 3-year-olds wanted. And, after carrying those fish around for 2 hours, carelessly tossed to the side when a kid was eating pizza, swimming away from the claws of a 3-year-old […]

C’mon Get Happy

The old Partridge Family song takes me back. I’m a kid again, dancing around on a shaggy blue carpet. Nursing a serious crush on David Cassidy. No responsibilities. Little to no power either, but it’s the singing and dancing that I remember. And the feeling of being happy. Segue to today: I’ve been reading a particularly fabulous book, […]

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