Who am I?
For over seventeen years, I have coached individuals to lead, excel, and accomplish their goals. Whether I am empowering people to live their passion, manage others, or create incredible teams, it all seems to point back to one thing: Relationships.
Because without great interpersonal relationships, it is hard to connect the dots in our life.
I truly believe that life is too short to be unhappy. I am passionate about empowering women to learn what makes them happy, overcome challenges, and explore what they want out of life.
are you ready To Attract the life & Love you Deserve?
Does this sound like you?
You Are Ready To Find Love
Do people ask you why you are still single?
Are you unhappy with the people you are attracting in-person or online?
Are you optimistic about finding love and romance?
Are you battling with the fear of settling or ending up alone?
- Is love the missing piece in your life?
You Are Ready to Work on Yourself
Are you ready for a change?
Are you ready to explore what you need and what makes you happy?
You Are Ready For More
Are you ready to move forward but aren't necessarily sure how to take the next step?
Do you feel trapped in a relationship or job and are ready to explore possibilities?
If you are here because you are ready to...
Discover what makes you happy
Focus on how to be a better you
Break through patterns that may be holding you back
Get help with your online dating profile
Find better matches
Create a mindset that attracts what or who you are looking for
...You came to the right place. I am here to guide you through all of that and more.
My Love Story
"A third of American couples who got married between 2005 and 2012, met through an online dating site. (National Academy of Sciences)
I am one of them.
After months of online dating, I was not feeling very hopeful about the dating world. Everything changed when I began to work on myself. I shifted my mindset about dating, managed my expectations, and updated my profile.
I became very clear on what I needed in a relationship and how I wanted to feel. And that made all the difference.
I received an online message that said, “I love your smile.” It took us a while to finally talk on the phone. (I blame him and he blames me.)
But from the minute we started talking, I felt like I had known him my entire life. We had so much in common that it was a little scary.
For the next two weeks, we talked for hours, like two little middle schoolers, staying on the phone until the sun came up. What I didn't know was that I had just met my husband.
In the restaurant, the night we met in person, he looked at me and said, “I’m going to marry you one day.” Three years later, he kept that promise.
So how did I know he was the one? I quickly learned that I could be myself, 24 hours out of the day. And there is nothing that I love to do more than laugh. He kept me laughing.
Fast forward to today – We survived the death of my father and a wedding that was scheduled at the Navy Yard the week of the mass shooting, canceled, and then switched to a different venue. (Check out the blog for that story.) We still say that we love each other, every single day, and we have date night every other Friday. And he still makes me laugh, just as much as he did the night we met.
After we met, people wanted to know how I ended up with the exact version of myself in a male form. It was a lot more than just fate. It involved timing, communication, and understanding my needs. It is the same formula that I now teach others.
Finding what you need in a relationship
The secret to attracting better matches
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Kristen Crockett was working as a life coach and motivational speaker when four of her close friends were getting a divorce. She says her friends described the experience as something like a death. They had been part of a couple for so long, and suddenly, they were making decisions on their own. “Separation time is crazy,” Crockett says. So Crockett designed some workshops for women and men dealing with divorce and separation. One woman had a breakdown after she and her spouse had been apart for one year,” Crockett explains. These emotions are similar to experiencing the death of a loved one. “Your friends start to choose between you and your spouse; the family gets caught up; your kids are involved. It’s a very confusing time.” Her concern for others led her to start a blog and coaching business called MidLoveCrisis.com.
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