What I believe:

 

In the fall of 2014, my co-founders and I raised $7 million from some of Silicon Valley’s top investors. That year we hit our milestones and tripled our team size. At the same time, I hit a wall, and experienced burnout for the first time in my life.

Our company was a success, but in the process of building it, I failed to manage my health or do the necessary work to stay excited.

As I talked to other founders, I realized I was not alone. Managing companies through rapid change is hard. It requires varied leadership skills, but also looking inwards to understand your strengths, weaknesses, and evolving motivations.

As I navigated this challenge, I began working with an executive coach who helped me redefine myself within our company and outside. Later, when we sold Looksharp, I got certified as an executive coach and now work with other founders to help each one become the most authentic and effective version of themselves.

So what do I believe? I believe your work should fulfill you. I believe the world needs you to be creative, motivated, and whole so you can bring your vision to life—because no one else will.

 

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My Approach: Growth happens you are slightly outside your comfort zone, but in a supported and trusting environment.

My coaching focuses on four philosophies:

  1. EQ: Successful leaders must develop exceptional self-awareness, self-regulation, motivation and empathy.

  2. Systems Thinking: Your work output is the result of your intrapersonal health, interpersonal health, and environment.

  3. Feedback: Feedback is the water that nurtures our growth.

  4. Assess, commit and go. You need a deliberate strategy of when and how to push yourself.


For Individuals

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For Organizations

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