Sharon Good, CC, president of Good Life Coaching Inc., based in New York City, brings a rich variety of personal and professional experience to her fourteen-year career as a life, career and creativity coach.
With her extensive creative background in publishing, theatre, photography and graphic design, she coaches artists to achieve their creative and professional goals and helps individuals from all walks of life create fulfilling lives, unique career paths and enriching retirements. She mentors coaches on coaching skills and practice building.
After a 25-year performing career, Sharon co-founded Excalibur Publishing, where she published, wrote and edited books for 16 years. Her book, "Managing With A Heart: 222 Ways to Make Your Employees Feel Appreciated," was published by Sourcebooks and has been translated into several languages. She has gone on to self publish several books and audios through Good Life Press, including "The Tortoise Workbook: Strategies for Getting Ahead at Your Own Pace" and "Creative Marketing Tools for Coaches."
Sharon has taught and presented for New York University, The Life Purpose Institute, the Creativity Coaching Association, the 92nd Street Y, Retirement Options, Darco Coaching, Columbia University Alumni, the Fashion Institute of Technology intern program, Makor/Steinhardt Center, the Career Change Network, the Learning Annex, Bronxville Adult School, the International Coach Federation/NYC Chapter, and many others.
She is a graduate of Hofstra University, holds a certificate in adult career planning and development from New York University, a certification in life, life purpose and career coaching from the Life Purpose Institute, and a certification in retirement coaching from Retirement Options.