Meet with me for 45 minutes and learn about what coaching can do for you. Enjoy a short, 15-minute coaching demo.
Spend 50 minutes getting clear on your goals–what you want to accomplish and where you are feeling stuck. Understand the problem.
A series of five, 50-minute coaching sessions, including a clarity session, a goal-setting session, two follow up sessions, and a wrap up session.
A series of 12, 50-minute coaching sessions that will take you from stuck to getting clear to taking the first steps towards your best life.
Hi! My name is Tina Pocha, and I am a writer, speaker, and professional coach. I work with growth-minded women (yes, YOU!) and help them to get clarity on why they feel stuck in their careers or in their lives. I help them to explore and expand and take the next step towards creating their best lives. Have you ever wondered, is this all there is to Iife? Do you feel bored or stale or restless? Like you're ready to rejuvenate and reinvent yourself? If so, I can help you to reconnect with what you really want to do and who you really want to be. I'll help you to identify the obstacles (real or perceived) between you and your goals. You'll clear those obstacles, slay those dragons. You will take one step, then the next, then the next.
Why am I stuck?
What do I want?
How do I get there?
What is the first step?
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