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Your dream career can be compatible with your wellness. No more settling!

Hey there! I’m Rachel, the career coach for career-driven individuals who value success and wellness.


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Most people come to me when they're experiencing stress at work, burnt out, or unsure about their career paths.

On the corporate side, organizations work with me to deliver coaching or speaking engagements on career development and burnout. If that’s you, get in touch here.

COACHING EXPERIENCES

  • You want more than a great paycheck. You want optimal health and happiness.

  • You feel like you’re out of sync with your current career path.

  • You want to learn how to quit focusing on what you do and start focusing on proving your capabilities.

  • You have big aspirations, and you need someone whose been there.

  • You want to avoid needless trial and error and save months and even years. You’d rather spend more quality time with your family.

  • You feel overwhelmed.

  • You feel frustrated because you’re ready to step away from a boring job or a job that is fueling your burnout.

  • You’re doubting yourself and losing confidence because your job search isn't going to plan.

  • You want a job that really supports your values.

Let me take a second to share a fundamental career truth:

There’s no real joy in staying stuck, stressed, and settling for less. You deserve to be celebrated for taking action!

If you’re ready to get to the next level in your career and what to grow with a company that complements your values, then I’ve got your back.

If you’re thinking about “where you fit?” and how to make a successful transition into a fulfilling career, you’re at the right place. 

If you want your employee experience to be a super positive one where career development and wellness are top priorities, then we share the same fundamental desires.

“ Work is a purpose, not a place “- Tom Rath, Gallup Researcher

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I fell in LOVE with the training and coaching industry at 23 after working in South Korea and Japan.