What is a Values Coach?

I help you find purpose and meaning in life by living in accordance with your values.

Values Coaching

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Have you ever wondered why some people seem to be happier than others or seem to handle situations better than others? There are many reasons for this. A strong community, a sense of confidence and groundedness, a sense of meaning and purpose, all contribute to a sense of personal resilience and contentment.

One way of looking at your state of happiness / contentment is to consider it through the lens of resonance and dissonance.

When things are ‘in resonance’ in your life, they feel good to you. They feel good because they correlate with your personal values, the direction to which you’ve set your inner compass. You’ve likely heard the term “good vibes”,  some people will talk about felt sense of resonance, or resonating as being in a good vibration or frequency>

 When things are ‘in dissonance’ they don’t feel good to you. You may experience a feeling of being off, or discordant, a sense of off-ness. A fuzzy little off feeling that is usually an indicator that we are not in alignment with our values. Not as cringe-worthy as nails on a chalk board, more of a general malaise or nagging off-ness, like shoes that are slightly too tight.

Have you ever been involved in something that didn’t feel good to you, but you couldn’t pinpoint why? When you work with a values coach, I help you identify the resonance, and find that resonance. In fact, it’s really helpful if you’re clear on something that isn’t working, that gives great clues as to values you have that you are leaving behind.

When living in accordance with your values, you’ll feel more aligned, calm, and more harmonious.

What Do You Mean By Values?

How do we make that intangible feeling tangible and concrete? And more importantly, actionable? As a values coach, I work with you to identify and connect with your values. Which is to say, I help you clarify that which is important to you, to say it out loud and recognize what is motivating you.

We’ve all heard the term ‘values’, but how many of us truly know what they are? Think of them as the beliefs that motivate you. Most of us adopt the values of the family that we were born to, and the culture that we were raised in. And some of us reject those values, while others of us shift some but not others.  Have you ever stopped to carefully think through what your values are? Not the values of your religion, hometown or political affiliation, but your unique values, as unique as your fingerprint?

Values are what guide our behavior. In philosophy, values are crucial for ethical decision-making. In psychology, they’re the core of what makes a life meaningful, moving away from short-term satisfaction to long-term fulfillment. Abraham Maslow, the groundbreaking psychologist responsible for the hierarchy of needs, also noted that they’re an integral part of self-actualization, the highest point on his pyramid of needs.

Need help pin-pointing some of your values? Here’s a partial list to consider:

  • Authenticity
  • Balance
  • Compassion
  • Creativity
  • Friendships
  • Growth
  • Honesty
  • Humor
  • Justice
  • Loyalty
  • Peace
  • Responsibility
  • Security
  • Spirituality
  • Wealth
  • Wisdom

Do any of these sound like driving forces for the decisions that you make? For example, do you feel the most alive and resonant in environments that you feel have growth, authenticity, and peace? Do you go out of your way to seek out those things, or make decisions based on their presence or lack thereof?

These are questions a Values Coach will help you answer.

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Based on that list, what do you value? Respect? Achievement? Loyalty? Belonging? Being yourself? Security? As a trained values-based coach, I work to help you clarify and identify your values, help you understand what motivates you, uncover resistances to change and take action that is congruent with what is important to you.

Here are some values coaching questions that can help you identify your values:

  • What do you go out of your way to do or not do?
  • What causes you anger, frustration, or to be upset?- this will help you see what value was not met.
  • When are you really happy?
  • What values must you have in your life to feel fulfilled?
  • What types of values keep showing up in your life?
  • What are the values that are core to the way you do your job, maintain your relationships, parent your children, and/or lead others?
  • What values challenge or stretch you the most?

Once you understand your values you can actively seek out life opportunities which support them, and similarly, you can actively avoid or minimize situations which violate them.

As you consider your values, and how that may impact your relationships at home and at work, consider some of these questions:

  • Which of my values does my partner share? Which values conflict?
  • How does my partner support my values and how do they violate them?
  • Switch seats - how does your behavior impact your partner's values?
  • How does your family interact with your values and vice versa?
  • What about my job and my colleagues; how do they interact with my values?
  • Which of my values serve me well - and which cause me problems?
  • Do I carry any values which I should re-examine and perhaps change?

How Values Coaching Works

Just like I’ve said on my life coaching page, you don’t need a coach. Let’s face it, coaching is a luxury. That said, you might be in a situation where you’ve been stagnant and coaching no longer feels like a luxury- it’s a necessity. Like when a vacation feels like a necessity- you don't want to recharge, you need to recharge. Coaching is an investment in you, your life today, and your future.

I am not going to light incense and talk about manifesting your reality. I am going to help you clarify what you want and help you pursue it. There’s a lot of mental blocks we’ll get through -- some you’re aware of and some you’re not. I’ll help you address them.

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When I work with a client, you’ll hire me for a finite period of time to help you move from here to there. During that time, you’ll achieve your goal, develop new skills and have a good time doing it.

If you’re familiar with my transition coaching, then you may have heard this analogy before. Say you’re a lawyer, and you're good at your job, paid really well and yet...you're feeling malaise. You feel like you’re destined to do something more, more impactful. At first, you are aware that you are uncomfortable where you are -- your career feels like a jacket that just doesn’t fit anymore. The style is wrong, it’s uncomfortable and you want out.

And you feel like you want something more. You want to make a more meaningful contribution.

As your Values Coach I would help you accomplish what you are seeking- more value from your career. You want meaning and impact, and you want your career to better align with your personal values.

So, we work together to assess and prioritize your values so that we can better create a new reality for you.

As your Values Coach, I will work with you on building a vision of this reality. We co-design this concept, this idea of what your life will be like based on your values. We will put up a couple of options, merge these points and those, start moving towards the direction you think you want to go and adjust, adjust, adjust. It’s a bit like Mark Zuckerberg’s philosophy of hacking -- we put something together that is so crazy it just might work, then we tweak and refine once we put it out in the world.

We experiment. And we reveal and respect what’s important to you.

So, say you’re a values coaching client, a lawyer, and you’re engaged. And you and your partner, who both grew up in the NY metro area, want out of the tristate area. You want to move -- maybe to Colorado.

We put Colorado on the map, and I’ll ask my client about the attributes of the life that she is envisioning. Why Colorado? What in Colorado is more in alignment with her values? We’ll start to think about her career -- does she still want to practice law, or perhaps she’d like to move into advocacy?

We’ll discuss, plot, and test out ideas. We don't talk, hypothesize, and wonder. When you’re a client, I will help you  move forward to take concrete steps on multiple paths you envision. As you walk on these paths it becomes clear, very quickly, which ones are right and which ones are not.

I’ve coached thousands of clients over the last almost 20 years. I’ve seen a lot of dreamy “it’s so crazy it might just work” ideas become reality, and I know how to work with clients to support you toward a future that delights you and has the meaning and impact you crave.

I had never used a career coach before, but was in a situation where I needed a sounding board and career advice, so found Allison on Google where she had all 5 star reviews. After conducting further research, her very impressive background and the fact that she was published gave me the confidence that she could help me with my situation.Allison was amazing to work with, very personable, and her feedback to me absolutely ensured my success. I wouldn't have been able to navigate my situation properly if it wasn't for Allison, as she kept me grounded and focused on what was important during the process.Thank you Allison for all of your great insights, your amazing approach and helping to make a stressful situation much more manageable and successful!!
Dave Rossman
Dave Rossman
21:28 15 Aug 21
I can't say enough wonderful things about Allison! In our first session, she helped me troubleshoot a challenging work situation and visualize what a better opportunity might look like (which came to fruition not long after!). She is a great listener and I was impressed by how quickly she could dialogue about the specifics of my workplace and some of the challenges that were unique to me/my family and my work sector. She challenged me to think about what success looks like for me, and made specific suggestions for how to get there. Allison is clearly a champion for her clients and it feels great to have her in my corner!
Colleen Ijalana
Colleen Ijalana
13:41 29 Jun 21
Working with Allison is the best choice I've ever made for myself! When my Saturn return aligned with a global pandemic I was so lost and overwhelmed. I had a million things I wanted to do with my life and just no idea where to start, but Allison embraced my chaos and said welcome to adulthood babe, let's get you the tools to start figuring out your plan. She never judged or shamed me, but rather became a close confidant and dare I say friend. Often times our sessions were the highlight of my week! If you have the ability to invest in yourself with her program, no matter where you're at in your life, you will thank yourself later (and sooner) if you go for it. I couldn't recommend her more highly, anyone can benefit from her services!
Ceci Glidden
Ceci Glidden
14:02 03 Apr 21
I'm incredibly proud to share that Allison helped me achieve my DREAM job at my DREAM company!! I have been working with Allison for the past 6 months and her services are the best investment I've ever made. Allison's abilities to connect, understand and take action are second to none. Allison has solutions and techniques for everything. She provides so much care and attention which makes you feel as if you are her only client. Sessions are always productive and she ensures that you are feeling supported throughout the process. Thank you, Allison!!
Lauren Gerard
Lauren Gerard
16:12 01 Apr 21
Allison and I worked together over the course of 6 months and what an incredible journey it was together. When we began, I had no clear vision for what I wanted life to look like, just a definite certainty that I needed epic change. Allison is a master navigator in that quagmire. She gently pulls threads and follows them with you to tease out your passions, skills, dissatisfiers, and boundaries. I’d often leave sessions and reflect in awe at her ability to unpack all that I said and, more importantly, that which I didn’t. Her gift of unearthing insight, provoking thought, and inciting action is unparalleled. We covered an insane amount of territory in our time together and I’m on a clear, self-created(!) path forward to achieving that epic change I was seeking. Thank you, Allison! I’m looking forward to reconnecting from Peru!
Kati LaBeaume
Kati LaBeaume
22:47 09 Feb 21
In the short time I worked with Allison I got a new job WHILE exploring my own passions. I'm now happier in my career, actively coaching on my own, have a web site, and planned a yoga retreat.Allison gave me confidence and accountability when I needed it most. Each session was tailored to what I wanted support on. I was hesitant to spend the money, but I'm so glad I did. I appreciated that we could record our sessions so I could re-watch them (just so I didn't miss or forget anything!). Her support and guidance crashed down a huge wall I built up for myself.I truly feel transformed. Thank you, Allison!
Samantha Rhind
Samantha Rhind
23:34 13 Jan 21
My life transformed in the most wonderful way through coaching with Allison. She is an amazing person and talented coach. She knows how to listen deeply, connect and ask powerful questions that unlock awareness and open insight. She has a wealth of practical wisdom that inspires courage, agency and possibility. Our coaching engagement was deep, meaningful and impactful for me on so many levels. Working with Allison truly created a positive (r)evolution in my life. I highly recommend her coaching program. If you get the opportunity to work with her, take it!
Emily Peck
Emily Peck
19:44 06 Nov 20
Allison is a gifted, whip-smart, and wise career coach. Working with her was a terrific experience. She helped me transition from my previous career, putting me on a more fulfilling path forward. Her energy, enthusiasm, and optimism are infectious. I felt energized after every session with her. Now that we are in the midst of this great transition in terms of career-life, I’m grateful to have worked with Allison when I did. My time with her has helped me navigate the covid world with much more confidence and ease.
Michelle Glasser
Michelle Glasser
02:14 31 Aug 20
Working with Allison was just what I needed to shift focus for a new career! Although we started working in the middle of the pandemic, I knew working with her would help for years to come. She not only helped me through these uncertain times but prepared me to hit the ground running. Regardless if you’re just starting out or have been in an industry for years, she gets it!
Brianne Kennedy
Brianne Kennedy
16:49 24 Aug 20
I first contacted Allison because I was feeling lost in my job search and was hoping to find a new career path. After just a few months working with Allison I felt I had found a new career path and felt more confident as a professional in general, but also was finding improvements in other areas of my life that I didn’t expect. The thing I appreciated most is that she doesn’t tell you what you should do or what you should be, she just asks the right questions to help you find it in yourself and then helps come up with a plan for getting to where you want to be. She also is extreme positive and fun to talk to and I always left her office in a good mood. I highly recommend working with her.
Tim Higgins
Tim Higgins
23:05 23 Feb 20
Allison is the best! And that is a HUGE understatement. Unlike other Life/Career Coaches, Allison "gets it". She is extremely Relatable, not "Old-School", and very Realistic.When I first visited Allison, I was unhappy with my career, it's progression, and I knew that I wanted to do something different (something more in-line with ME) - but I didn't know what it was or how to find it.My fiance and I were also unhappy with where we were living, and had many ideas about moving away - but those were more like "dreams".Within a 3 month period, Allison, with her many skills/tools of: inspiration, open mindedness, being extremely well educated in the field of life/career coaching, support, connected-ness through communication, positivity, guidance, and what seems to be a vast knowledge of "everything coaching" ...The list goes on and on...Helped both of us create a plan to move to a new state, a place where we absolutely love!, and a plan to move forward with our careers which has been exciting and truly unbelievable. On my last session with her, she went down a list of items/life ideas which I brought to her attention on our 1st session, and within a 3 month period - I/we had accomplished everything on that list.I can't say thank you enough. And I can't recommend her services enough for anyone who is looking for a change/different perspective in their life/career.Thank you Allison!!!
Daniel Solomon
Daniel Solomon
17:00 28 Oct 19
I have been working with Allison for the last five months, and in that time, I have made changes in my life that I've been trying to make on my own for a decade. She is a sincere person who is deeply committed to helping you gain clarity and take concrete steps to achieve the life you want. I was in a state of so much confusion and all I knew was that I needed to change, but I didn't have a clear direction. She has a remarkable ability to distill our conversations into eye-opening insights and clear action steps. In working with her, I have been able to shift long-held patterns of thinking that were not serving me and, as a result, more fully inhabit my own life. Together we have been creating and refining my goals and I have been able to progress from the traction gained each week. I am incredibly grateful that I have the opportunity to work with her. The return on my investment is exponential.
Swapna Rao
Swapna Rao
13:27 19 Sep 19
Allison is incredibly sharp, diligent, and kind. Her attention and enthusiasm is especially beneficial to those who seek encouragement and guidance during large transitional periods. Allison understands exactly how to empower her clients, and provides them with practical tools to set and complete goals, making those uncomfortable transitions all the more beautiful.
EJ Barbato
EJ Barbato
21:40 22 Aug 19
I used to think there was nothing I could get from a career coach that I couldn't get from my existing network of mentors. Then I was given a copy of Allison's book. It opened my eyes to things about my professional self I hadn't acknowledged before and to a new way about thinking about my work, my career and myself. So, I signed up for an intro coaching session and hoped I was making a worthy investment of money I really didn't have to spend. In that first session, I learned a lot about the way I work, how I want to work and who I am. In subsequent sessions, I began to see opportunities for myself I had refused to open my eyes to in the past and the fears, societal and cultural expectations that I was allowing to limit my possibilities. With Allison's support, I pushed myself outside my comfort zone and into some of the most rewarding professional experiences of my life. I'm still finding my way, but my framework for thinking about my career and professional decision-making has changed. I am more confident in saying no to opportunities that aren't for me (and that I would have fretted over) and have a much better idea of what it is I want out of work and by extension life.
Meena Thiruvengadam
Meena Thiruvengadam
17:07 19 Aug 19
There truly is not enough space here to share all the wonderful things I experienced working with Allison. I am so appreciative she has chosen to apply her intelligence, positive energy, empathy and commitment to helping others through her coaching business. She has made a tremendous difference in my life for which I am so grateful.I had been suffering from 'analysis paralysis' for years, stuck obsessing over different opportunities available to me after working in network television as an investigative journalist. I had reached out to other professionals for help in sorting through all my ideas to get some traction in my life, but I realized they didn't seem to be able to relate to my thought process and I was only confusing them.I sensed I should reach out to Allison after I invited her to speak at a meetup group I organize locally. After my first personal session with her, it's as if the sun finally came out from behind the clouds in my mind. She helped me get all the jumbled up ideas in my head - out of my head so we could review each of them and decide which to prioritize now, later or toss out completely. She even guided me on how to test some of the ideas, with action vs going all in. And, I am using a terrific method to structure my day that she introduced to me.If you really want to create change in your life, work toward your best life, bring clarity to your life, I believe 100% Allison is the one to call. As her client I am expected to compensate her for her expertise and guidance, but I felt like she gave me far more than what I gave her.She fantastic!
maria afsharian
maria afsharian
05:29 29 Jul 19
I had just one session with Allison because I felt I needed a boost of motivation to get me going - both with my career and personal goals. After having my second baby, I was feeling stuck and frustrated and most importantly ready to make a change. In that one session Allison helped me come up with a plan and gave me the push that I needed.
Donna Dotan
Donna Dotan
17:42 24 Jul 19
Allison is a true star at what she does. She guided me through a career change with ease. She is a fresh perspective when things seem hopeless. The whole experience with her just amazing. She showed me that I was beyond capable to make the changes that I wanted to make in my life. With her support I was able to see the best in myself and make the necessary changes. She will not do the work for you but show you how to do it for yourself which is even more valuable. If you are considering working with her don’t hesitate for a second, you will not regret it!
Kristina J
Kristina J
21:08 22 Mar 19
I cannot recommend Allison enough. I find myself referring to our sessions & her book regularly. When you work with her, you have a true partner. I learned to verbalize my goals. I've gained clarity on my values and what is actually important to me, not just what I've told myself is important to me. My career has shifted. My creative life is flourishing. I've booked additional sessions. For as long as she's coaching, I'll be a client.
Nolan Denker
Nolan Denker
01:47 12 Feb 19
I had a terrific experience with Allison. When I started my 8-session package with her, I felt stuck professionally and full of self doubt. Undaunted, Allison Task was up for the task! Having finished the package with Allison a few weeks ago, I am astounded by her tenacity and willingness to hop right in and roll up her sleeves. She’s smart and laser focused! She kept me on message in terms of recognizing many entrenched and damaging mindsets. Doing this successfully is often the first step in making change happen. Allison has a knack for getting to the heart of the matter, providing clients with a forum to articulate feelings. She is also great at framing key issues so they're seen in a whole new light. Allison’s presence, energy, and ability to cut right to what's important is rare. Her mission is to effectuate positive changes, and that’s just what she does. Also, she’s results driven. I am now taking positive steps forward. I have clear direction with my business, and am making money as a consultant. I would NEVER have made these changes without the insights I learned with Allison!
Michelle Glasser
Michelle Glasser
18:04 24 Jan 19
Allison is such a positive and special person to be around. She helped me see that I can achieve anything I put my mind to, in my career and personal life. She helped me plan goals and motivated me towards my achievement. I’m so greatful to her and I had a wonderful experience. She is truly professional and I highly recommend her for anyone looking to excel in life.
Chana Deena Benjamin
Chana Deena Benjamin
17:21 16 Jan 19
I went to see Allison this past week after reading her amazing reviews online. In our 75 minute intro season, She not only helped me figure out the best way to achieve my career goals, but also helped me identify parallels in my personal and professional life. It was an eye opening and invaluable experience. I feel more confident and secure in my decision making skills. She helped me see my value as an employee and showed me how I can achieve my goals in a reasonable time period. Her organizational skills are unmatched and she even emails you a recap of the session so you have something in writing to reflect on. I have already recommended her to my family and friends! Go see Allison - you won’t regret it!
Briana
Briana
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Beliefs and Values in Coaching

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I have been trained in and use Viktor Frankl’s Logotherapy approach to coaching. Frankl has an incredible background that really informs his approach.

Many people know Frankl through his best-selling book, Man’s Search for Meaning. This book chronicles his experience during the Holocaust where he was a prisoner in the concentration camps for 3 years. He shares his observations of the men he was in the camps with -- the prisoners and the guards, and how they interacted and what helped some people make it through these desperately dehumanizing situations.

When Frankl entered the concentration camp, he held a transcript for a book he wanted to write about logotherapy -- it was his life’s work, and he was clinging to it, hoping that perhaps he could find a way to publish. The manuscript was destroyed but the ideas were not -- that man’s spirit is always healthy, and if he can get in deeper touch with his spirit he can keep himself healthy in trying circumstances.

He believed in this, this sense of one’s spirit being the “mental health medicine closet” for the a human. And he saw it in action at Auschwitz and the other concentration camps he was in. His book, Man’s Search for Meaning, was both the original philosophy of logotherapy, spirit driven mental health, combined with his experiences as an observer of and victim of the Holocaust.

Earlier in his career, prior to the Holocaust, Frankl worked with teens and women who were attempting suicide, treating these patients while he was pursuing psychiatry and earning his M.D. Frankl was eager to learn what kept people ‘going’ while they experienced hardships.

Frankl believed that humans are motivated by something called a "will to meaning," which is the desire to find meaning in life. He believed that life can have meaning even in the most miserable of circumstances (like a concentration camp) and that the motivation for living comes from finding that meaning.

Frankl believed in the idea that human life has meaning, and due to that, it is the central motivational force and factor in mental health. We all seek to understand what that meaning is in our own lives and we create meaning in any circumstance. Just think, there are people that have faced many tragedies and losses and instead of being broken because of them, they have been made better instead. If you value love, courage, and humor, the things in your life that embody those things, will feel resonant with you and thus, will have more meaning.

With Frankl’s approach, we have the freedom to decide the meaning of our lives. Or, the freedom to look within ourselves and reveal what is already there. We have the freedom to be ourselves, shape our lives, achieve goals and seek purposes in life, and that we have permission to do things that make our life feel meaningful.

If you’d like to look a bit deeper into your values, and what you find important in life, my clients enjoy this free character survey. It was developed by the VIA Institute on Character in Cincinnati, Ohio. The institute is dedicated to bringing the science of character strengths to the world. The link takes you to a free survey that helps you identify your strengths. According to their research, gaining awareness of your strengths can help you increase happiness and well-being, find meaning and purpose, boost relationships, manage stress and health, and accomplish your goals.

The survey will provide your rank order list of character strengths with the strengths that are most core to your identity at the top. Their VIA Character Strength Report is a paid survey that provides personalized and in-depth analysis of your character strengths as well as actionable tips on how to utilize them to your advantage. The first is free so that’s a great place to start. If you’d like to go deeper, do. Both resources will help you begin the process of learning how to walk in your values and maximize your strengths.

Values in Life Coaching

If you find yourself stuck, or swirling in inaction, values can be your compass, helping you to find yourself again.

How does a sports coach motivate her athletes? She sees the best in them, she knows their potential -- often potential they don’t realize they have. She sees that you’re an incredible sprinter, but your ball skills are lacking, so she boosts your weaknesses while playing to your strengths.

As your Values Coach, it's also my job to see, and boost your weaknesses, while playing to your strengths.

When I work with a client, we work on a specific, tangible goal or desired state, like “leave my job”, gain

more confidence”, “create other career options besides finance”, etc.

When we work together, we work together for the entirety of our engagement, not just during our sessions. Don’t save your questions (or challenges) for the in-office visits, let’s work together while you’re taking action between sessions. I am not a “see you at the next session” type of coach, I expect to hear from you between sessions. So be sure to check in with me, I want to hear from you.

Now I know my commitment to your growth may seem a little too good to be true, but it’s what works for me, my practice and my clients. It’s how my clients have been able to see the most success. Every coach has their own values in life coaching that they bring to the table. My values include: connectedness / relationship, professionalism, excellence, curiosity and humor. Maybe I’m for you and maybe I’m not. These are the values that motivate me to do my best for you.

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ICF Coaching Values/ Coaching Values

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I am a member of the International Coaching Federation (ICF), a trade organization with the goal of leading the advancement of the coaching profession. Their CORE values include professionalism, collaboration, humanity, and equity.

As an active member, I attend the ICF bi-annual coaching conferences and have earned a PCC (Professional Certified Coach) level credential, the second-highest coaching credential one can earn. I am currently pursuing training for an MCC (Master Certified Coach) credential. There are fewer than 1500 coaches who hold this credential globally and I intend to be one of them in 2022.

I continue to improve, grow and hone my skills through continuing education. In the last three years, I’ve completed both the ‘Happiness Course’ with UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center and Jon Kabat-Zinn’s ‘Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction’ program at UMass. I attend ICF’s biannual coaching conference regularly. I keep up with my continuing education, and I strive to evolve my coaching practice to stay at the forefront of the industry. Excellence is one of my values.

 Final thoughts on Values Coaching

What are your thoughts on values coaching at this point? Have you identified some of your key values? What did you learn from taking the VIA Survey of Character Strengths survey and report? 

Remember, Viktor Frankl stated that life has meaning- and we create that sense of meaning in our own lives by making a difference in the world.

 When you book an introductory session with me, we can dive in more on these concepts and how we can make them work for you. Who knew that the answer to boosting confidence, increasing happiness, strengthening relationships, reducing stress, accomplishing goals, building meaning and purpose, and improving work performance was hiring a Values Coach?!  

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