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Why I Coach

A few years ago, I was diagnosed with breast cancer, just weeks after completing my coaching program at Rutgers. Faced with this challenge, I felt the urge to give up. But I didn’t. I finished the program, albeit a bit delayed, because I had finally connected with my passion. Immersing myself in the world of coaching—focused on positivity, forward motion, and possibility—helped me navigate the emotional turmoil that came with my diagnosis. I was blessed with supportive people in my life and inspired by the incredible coaches around me.

As I began coaching one-on-one, I felt exhilarated. My passion for coaching deepened, especially during those “aha” moments with clients—moments of clarity and revelation. Witnessing these transformations is an honor and a privilege.

During one of the toughest times of my life, a mentor told me I had handled it with grace. This compliment underscored the power of coaching in my life. I realized that success isn’t about luck. It’s about recognizing opportunities, making deliberate choices, and leading your life instead of letting life lead you. It’s about knowing yourself, pursuing your passion, and sometimes, just getting out of your own way.

The last few years have taught me not to waste time. Why tolerate things that don’t make us happy or align with our values? Why hesitate when we know, deep down, what we need to do? Be afraid and do it anyway. There is courage in even the smallest step. Take action, find your grit, and do it with grace.

I coach because I believe in the power of transformation and the strength within each of us to live our best lives. Let’s find your path together.

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