I had a very interesting first act. I’ve lived in seven states, written a short film, traveled to London and South Africa, won big on Who Wants to be a Millionaire and carved out a great career as a corporate trainer and instructional designer.
I also lost my mother at age 15. I’ve done the things I have done because I know, for a fact, that tomorrow isn’t promised. I’ve watched too many people live with the dangerous assumption that tomorrow is a given. I don’t want to sound morbid but tomorrow definitely isn’t promised. So live now. Don’t wait. Don’t hesitate. It’s time to get started.
I went to school for journalism and I worked in radio for a few years. However, I wanted to do crazy things like afford gas and a decent place, so I transitioned into training. While, it doesn’t seem like a standard transition, in both journalism and training, you are breaking down complex topics so that your audience can understand what is being communicated.
After over a decade in the field, I decided to get my life coaching certification so I can work with people on the one thing that everyone wants to learn more about, themselves.
Now, as I start Fun. Feisty. Fabulous! everything I’ve done professionally is coming together. My journalism training is resurrected in my podcast. My experience in coaching flows seamlessly in my group and individual coaching practice. And my experience as a trainer and instructional designer gives me the ability to create sound and thorough coursework.
So my second act is built around doing things I love, things that matter to me and helping you do the same.