MY CLIENTS HIRE ME FOR TWO REASONS:
TO GAIN CLARITY
TO MAKE DECISIONS
They’ve played out multiple “what if” scenarios in their head and are overwhelmed by the options and possible outcomes so they don't know how to move forward.
They know in their gut that they’re not where they’re supposed to be, but they have no idea what else there is to do and they’re scared they're wasting their life away.
are you ready to
finally create a plan
TO LIVE THE LIFE YOU TRULY DESIRE?
By now you’re tired of feeling as though you’ve missed the mark when it comes to living the life you know is waiting for you.
You’re fed up and you’re finally ready to stop wasting your life away and to step into a future of your own design.
It takes most people a lifetime to finally admit that the life they lived wasn’t the best it could be.
For me, my "aha!" moment came in 2016 after months of second-guessing myself, making excuses, and being laid off.
As someone shared during a recent conversation, their version of hell is meeting the person they could have been if only they had gotten out of their own way.
Are you ready to see what's waiting for you on the other side of doubt and confusion?
There’s a lot of noise and commotion about what you should want and what you should be doing, but what about what you want? We’ll dig deep and get clear about your wish list, your non-negotiables, and your areas of flexibility.
We’ll look closely at the experiences you’ve had so far to identify the skills and tools you have that make you uniquely equipped to live the life you’ve defined. Hint: You’re already more ready than you’re giving yourself credit for.
It’s one thing to acknowledge that there is something else you could be doing; it’s another to actually do the thing. This is where I’ll help you intentionally examine your options and hone in on the steps you need to take to reach your goals.
"I HAVE THE FIRST STEP TO BE ABLE TO MOVE FORWARD, REMAIN TRUE TO MYSELF, AND BECOME THE PERSON I WOULD LIKE TO BE."
"Before working with Diana, I struggled with making decisions, particularly around my professional trajectory. I had tried reading books about making decisions, making pros and cons lists, and asking others how they make decisions and I was worried that I wouldn’t be able to effectively articulate my decision-making barriers because I was largely unsure what they were myself. Working with Diana gave me a better understanding of why decisions are so hard for me when they seem to be effortless for others. I achieved a better understanding of my previous decision making style and got ideas on how to adapt that style to be able to make decisions more effectively and timely." - Becca H.