Areas of Focus

Job satisfaction

Wouldn't it be great if you could be happy and not change your job? Or if you could do the job you love without being bogged down by the day to day irritations? Good news, you can change your experience from one of drudgery to one of satisfaction and fulfillment WITHOUT changing your job. Let me help you learn the tools to make your current job your best job.

Personal health and wellness

Are you frustrated with your current level of health, wellness, or fitness? Is there one thing that you REALLY want to change and just "can't?"  Many people have a broad sense of where they want to end up but get stuck when it actually comes to moving forward. Let's brainstorm creative approaches to finally make meaningful progress toward the goals that you just haven't been able to reach.

Pushing the limits: Achieving new things

Maybe you love your job and your health is great but you find yourself looking for something more. Learn how to push the perceived limits of your potential while being firmly rooted in your gratitude for what you already have. Set a scary goal and let's work towards it together!

 

Still not sure? Ask yourself these questions.

  • Do you want to feel confident and in control?

  • Do you want to love the job you are in?

  • Do you feel like you could really use some support with your health but you are ashamed that you "should know better?"

  • Do you feel like by the time you get home from work you have nothing left to give?

  • Do you want to be at peace even when your circumstances are crazy?

  • Do you feel like you are trapped in your current situation?

  • Do you want to be able to take care of yourself without taking away the time or care you give to others?

  • Do you want to be excited by "what comes next" in your life?

  • Do you want to evolve to the next best version of yourself?

If you answered yes to any of these, now is the time to see what coaching can do for you.

"Coaching with Megan was great. I so often get stuck, feel unmotivated or overwhelmed or generally just not happy with some aspect of life - personal or work. By talking through these areas with Megan, she provided me with steps to identify what I was thinking that was leading to these feelings and how to either challenge that thinking or determine if I really did need to change something in my life. I now have the tools I need to do this any time I feel stuck or overwhelmed." 

                                         Elizabeth, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia