Planning What’s Next
At times in our lives we get an itch, an inkling of some dissatisfaction. This often takes the form of lacking energy or passion; a “been there, done that” attitude; boredom; a desire to create something new or be somewhere else.
So that you don’t just “rearrange the furniture” in your life, our coaching programs are what you need to design and map your “what’s next”, whether personal or professional, according to our clients.
I can guide you through the major identity shift and reorientation that is part of the transition process. I will help you get comfortable with the uncomfortable as you negotiate the process, from ending the old to beginning the new.
In private one-to-one coaching sessions, we will craft your unique future by book review exploring a variety of themes and experiences in four major segments; Reflect & Discover, Assess & Envision, Choose & Plan and Experiment & Implement.
Call or email your questions. We would love to hear from you.
Re-examineMoving your business to the next stage
Owning a business, while rewarding, is risky. Whether you’ve had your business for two years or twenty, it can feel like “it owns you!” I know this from personal experience having founded, grown and sold my commercial furnishings and design business.
Re-inventTransitioning your business & creating your new life
Departure from your business or life-long career is inevitable. So why don’t we plan for it? Whether you’re a career professional or a business owner, the time will come for transition to the next stage of life. How prepared are you?
Re-locateDownsizing, right-sizing, finding the nest for your new life
Location - where you live - is a big slice on the wheel of life. Some are already living their dream. For others, once the kids are launched, the idea of selling the family home and moving into the city, to the beach or down south has its appeal.
"Beth is extraordinary. She has the ability to be supportive, challenging, unyielding in what you need to do, and generous in helping you. During the several years we have worked together, Beth has been an outstanding sounding board, resource and motivator."‐ Stan Bornstein (DB&R)