CRESCENDO INTO YOUR FUTURE
Compose Sustainable Success
In music a crescendo means to grow louder gradually. The symbol for it is kind of like this: < where the legs are drawn out for as long as the musician should be growing louder. The music forms an emotional connection with both the musician and the audience as it grows and becomes more intense. Barber's Adagio for Strings is my favorite example of this (seriously, take a listen and prepare for goosebumps). There's also an element of restraint during a long crescendo because the peak can't come too early, it has to be perfectly timed.
So what if we took all that harnessed power and applied it to our life? What if each day was like a crescendo, growing and building on yesterday to create a life of fiery intensity? What if we used intentionality and purposeful restraint to create sustainable success?
That's my dream for myself, and it's my dream for you. I want to be slightly better today than I was yesterday. Each day will compound, ultimately leading to more productivity, more confidence, and more joy. Join me and let's start your crescendo.
OVERACHIEVERS LOOKING TO BECOME HIGH ACHIEVERS
Avoid Burn Out, Conquer Perfectionism, and
Achieve Greatness (Sustainably)
Personalized, one-on-one coaching is a favorite among many of my clients, as it is often times one of the keys to meaningful, sustainable success. My job is to give you practical tools and techniques to build a balanced and fulfilling lifestyle, while still achieving your big goals. After several sessions, you will become well on your way to transforming from an overachiever on the brink of burnout into a high achiever capable of long-term success.
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COMPANIES DEVELOPING THEIR NEXT LEADERS
Invest in Future Leaders
Small group coaching is an incredible tool to develop your company's leadership. Your management team can work together to build and foster a culture among themselves as we as their direct reports. Sessions can be customized to include specific topics such as strategic mentorship, team culture, personal growth, as well as practical skills like holding difficult conversations and prioritization tools.