New Career Creations:

An Innovative Coaching Practice


Do you feel cheated? If you do, don't feel bad, I do as well!

What seemed so clear a year ago isn't very clear any longer. What does all the uncertainty mean to you as a solopreneur?

We had some really great ideas. We were getting ready to move forward. We'd filled out our planners and all that cool stuff and then the playing field changed. The party got cancelled. We were in unchartered territoy and truth be told?

Many of us ran around chanting "The sky is falling!"

We didn't know what to do next. We've never been "here" before.

There's so many decisions to make and information to digest as you move forward.

But guess what? There's a new playbook.

If you've read this far I'll hazard a guess that you are a person who sees possibilities and an opportunity for yourself. It's like static electricity running through you. You're energized and excited and the more you think about it the more you excited you get.

There's a problem though.

Secretly you find yourself stressing out over what comes first, second and third. It can be overwhelming. Everyone and I mean EVERYONE tells you their way is the best way.

I've been coaching and consulting for over twenty years and I still get overwhelmend at times.

Does anyone ever, EVER, ask YOU what the vision is of your business. Why is it uniquely yours and not a cookie cutter copy of a million other people?

I help people make the transition from their current job to being a solo or entrepreneur by showing them they don't have to break the bank or their spirits and it doesn't require an MBA.

It does require some common sense, a strong, and I I mean really STRONG commitment and a bonafide belief in your self

If you're one of those people. If you're ready to try something new, something that's yours and yours alone lets chat. You have my word that it's a "sales free zone." Just two people sharing their ideas and dreams.

Renowned motivational speaker Mel Robbins put's it this way. She say "Life is simple. It's just not easy."

Are you ready to peek behind the curtain?

I'm right there with ya.