How Can I help You?

April 11, 2020

Free mindfulness coachingBusiness as usual just doesn’t exist for most of the world right now. On top of that many of the resources we’ve learned to rely on have either stopped or gone virtual.

An article in the New York Times in 2019 (pre pandemic) indicated that Americans were the most stressed-out population in the world! I’m not sure how those numbers would look now, but I’m willing to guess that stress levels are at an all-time high worldwide.

What can we do about it?
The community has responded with free mindfulness, meditation, yoga, and exercise classes online. These businesses are struggling just like others. When we used to hold in-person workshops, one-on-one coaching, retreats, and training sessions, now all of that has gone virtual.

I’m working on new programs to continue online long after the pandemic passes, but I also want to offer something NOW, that can help people learn how to manage stress more effectively, find creative ways to get through this and create action plans for moving forward in what will certainly be a new work environment going forward.

I’ve been a business coach for more than 20 years. I’ve  worked in startups, marketing, social media  and teaching mindfulness, emotional intelligence and positive psychology.

How can I help you?
Here’s the link to sign up for 30 minutes of time on my calendar. All meetings will take place on Zoom by phone or video, whatever works for you. This is my way of giving back and also of being of service in a difficult time.I’ve extended my free open office hours for coaching anyone who wants some help with:

  • Learning about mindfulness and/or meditation
  • Finding ways to create a sense of ease and calm in turbulent times
  • Leadership
  • Remote work
  • Conscious business
  • Social media marketing and business strategizing

Note: I am a coach, not a therapist or a psychologist. If you’re in crisis mode, know that seeking help is a strength—not a weakness. Crisis Text Line is a free, 24/7, confidential support to people in crisis in the U.S., U.K., and Canada.

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