Introduction: We live in a fast-paced world where the disruptive nature of technology constantly shifts how we live and work. To survive and thrive in this scenario, we need to consider the following:
Acknowledge that we are our own enterprise and act accordingly (it doesn’t matter what you do)
Optimize performance without burning out!
I help people realign their relationship with productivity by focusing on engagement and working on ways to raise it. Think of productivity not as a constant struggle but as a byproduct of your ability to define clear goals and establish an effective process involving your interests and traits.
I also support clients in the process of assessing and enhancing their personal brand by aligning unbalanced aspects, identifying missing links or blind spots, and leveraging their strengths. Everyone is a walking statement, and how you choose to present yourself to the world impacts your ability to land a new job, find the right partner, write a book, or begin a business.
I am passionate about:
Helping executives achieve a work/life balance
Supporting artists in moving projects forward
Preparing clients for new careers/ventures
Supporting small businesses with an emotionally intelligent communication flow
My work is grounded in the many principles and theories of:
Science of peak performance (FLOW)
A little more about me:
Completing a Masters in Psychology at Columbia University
Certified professional coach from iPEC, an accredited ICF program
Certified Yoga Instructor
Studied FLOW at the Flow Genome Project
Studied Mindful-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) at UMass Medical Center
I’m obsessed with a science-based approach to human development
I play guitar, and I’m constantly trying to sing better
“You can’t read the label from inside the bottle!”
Let me help you explore and unleash your authentic voice and full potential.
Did you know that when we are “in the zone” - where performance and pleasure are optimized - the part of our brain responsible for high cognitive function (prefrontal cortex) is temporarily deactivated in a process called “transient hypofrontality”? This means that our best selves seem to show up when our critical brain takes a nap.