If I could have a job where all I did for the day was stand on random street corners and shout positive affirmations at passerby’s, particularly women, I would totally do it.
“You go girl!”
“You. Got. This!”
“I see you doing your thing girl!”
“Girl. Do NOT worry about that. God’s got you.”
“You’re made for this! Keep going!”
It might sound crazy to you, but it sounds like a dream to me. Once I discovered this about myself-that at my core I am simply an ‘encourager’, an ‘exhorter’, if you will, my life became much simpler and far more fulfilling. I love what I do every day. I am certain that I am doing what God created me to do and that makes me happy.
I want this for you too.
Once you uncover who you are, you can discover why you’re here and what to do about it.
I can help you with this process. My coaching methods help you figure out exactly who you are. This journey of self-discovery ultimately leads you to figuring out your life purpose. But we don’t stop there. We then work together to develop a strategic and intentional plan so that you can live out your purpose in a way that is meaningful and fulfilling. (To read more about me, read below)
More About Me…
A year after receiving my Masters degree in Social Work-the helping profession- I began working at a newly developed non-profit. My job centered around helping young adults continue their education and find employment thus vastly improving their overall quality of life. After five years of helping clients overcome a myriad of challenges to reach their goals and tap into their God given potential, I relocated to Nashville and began working at Meharry Medical College for a new program designed to eliminate the nation’s racial health disparities. For nearly five years, I managed a of number of programs, but the one dearest to my heart was one I created that served to help graduate students grow professionally and ultimately personally. This professional development program helped students improve a plethora of skills that increased their employability and thus improved their confidence and self -efficacy. In the midst of all this, I worked as an adjunct faculty member at several community colleges and universities including Tennessee State University where I also advised students on life and career goals. I also became a certified life coach through the American Association of Christian Counselors. Over time, it became clear to me that my gifts and talents lie in my ability to help others discover their gifts and talents. This is my passion. I find great joy and satisfaction in helping people answer those life defining questions that we all ask ourselves at one point or another: What am I good at? What do I enjoy? What do I want to do with my life? What do I have to offer? What is my purpose? Figuring out the answers to these questions and then living out the answers undoubtedly increases one’s self esteem, sense of self -worth and self- efficacy leading to a fulfilling and meaningful life. I believe this is the kind of life God wants all of us to live. I can help you get there.