Do you trust a personal trainer that’s not fit but has a degree in it?
It’s true. I didn’t go to school to become a career coach.
I went to the school of hard knocks (and engineering school!).
I became a career coach because people kept asking me for career guidance… over and over.
They kept asking because they saw how I got repeated results for my own career in rapid succession.
When you hire a coach, you’re hiring someone to focus on the process to get results.
I’m focused on helping you transform to move your career forward.
I focus and deliver results based on real-life experiences.
— I coached a stay-at-home mom with a resume gap into a software developer role at a Fortune 500 bank.
— I coached a small business salesperson into a technology project management job in Corporate America.
— I coached a customer service rep working at a start-up into a technology marketing lead at a Fortune 50 company.
If you’re ready to work with a personal trainer that’s fit and experienced, then don’t call me : )
But if you’re ready to make that next career change, LET’S CHAT!