Repeat after me: "It's Time to Hit My Stride"
it's january, now what...
What does your life look like if this is the year that you hit your stride? What would it be worth to you if you finally cracked the code and figured out what you're destined to do?
Let’s make this be the year that you don’t hate Sundays because the next day is Monday, and that means going back to work. Stop dying on the vine. If 2017 is the year you want to get aligned and find your ideal job, I want to be part of your solution.
I’m launching an intensive, 10-week virtual group coaching program called "Hit My Stride."
If you’re bright, talented and hard-working, but job satisfaction has always eluded you, this package is designed for you. Honor yourself and make the investment to rejoin the flock. Stop standing on the sidelines while you watch your friends do amazing things with their lives.
Why am I the right coach to lead you on this journey?
As Sy Sperling used to say: "I'm not only the Hair Club president. I'm also a client"--trust me, my personal journey to find professional bliss was an intimately painful process, and while I made a lot of mistakes, I also paid very close attention to what I learned along the way. I've been there.
And I know this: if it were that easy, you would have figured it out already. Think about it this way: what if I spent 15 years of my life being unhappy so that you don't have to?
One of my favorite lines in Hot Tub Machine is when John Cusack's character tells Rob Corddry: "You're the patron saint of the totally fucked." Who better than me to lead you on this journey? I started out as an attorney, then went to culinary school, then taught, then went through five sales roles across five industries (wine, sustainability, clean tech, digital marketing and pharmaceuticals), and I opened a restaurant. Then I hit my stride with coaching.
It was painful to push so hard and keep kissing frogs until I found my calling. But it was worth it.
Hear me out: you're a bright person, but the answer isn't in your head. If you want next year to look different than last year, you need to provide yourself with the support you deserve. If you want new answers, you need to learn new ways to look at yourself and your skills. As the saying goes: “It’s tough to see the picture when you’re inside the frame.”
“Hit My Stride” Program Content
- Identify your life’s purpose
- Take inventory of your values
- Skillset Optimization
- Entrepreneurial DNA assessment: should you open your own business?
- Improved personal branding/LinkedIn Profile enhancement
- Resume and cover letter writing
- Interview strategies
- Access to a private Facebook group where members can support each other, provide feedback, deepen and accelerate the learning, provide introductions to their networks, etc.
- Discounted access to resume writing and resume software, headshot photographers (if local to Sonoma), website development, copy-writing.
How do we get there?
- 10 hours of group coaching
- Sessions will be weekly to jumpstart and accelerate the journey
- All sessions will take place via Zoom (think Skype) and will be recorded in case you miss a call
- There will be exercises and homework outside of sessions
Are you in?
If you had to do a two-word check-in on how you feel about your career path right now, what would it be? Pissed off? Jaded and resigned? Black sheep? Can I make a suggestion? What if your two words were "Done settling"?
The investment to participate in “Hit My Stride” is $997. Think about that—even if you only earned $50k/yr, we’re talking about investing 2% of one year’s income to find the work you love. It’s an ROI no-brainer.
In order to keep the experience personalized, enrollment is capped at 10. Most of the folks I’ve spoken with say they want to get started asap, so as soon as we hit 10, the course begins. Want to ensure “Hit My Stride” starts faster and reduce your cost? Refer a friend, and if they enroll, you get $150 from me as a thank you.
Let’s get to work—if you’re in, shoot me a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll start the process of changing your future.
2016 was rough—let’s kick 2017’s ass.
Hope to see you in the group,